At CAPE, we take the promotion of gender equality to heart. We believe women and men should enjoy the same benefits, privileges and rights in the workplace. No one should be held back or discriminated against because of their gender.
Yes, we look a little different since September 21, 2020 and we hope you will like this new "member resource center".
This year has certainly been one like no other. The workplace has been shaken up and completely redefined, and whether these changes are permanent has yet to be seen. The pandemic has given rise to a new way of life, for better or for worse. If there is any silver lining, it is the fact that the crisis has contributed to strengthening the labour community.
The lockdown and social isolation continue to be a challenge for everyone. If you find yourself struggling with mental health issues or dealing with domestic abuse and violence, don’t hesitate to seek help immediately.
National Indigenous History Month provides us with an opportunity to collectively celebrate the cultural richness of Canada's Indigenous communities.
The pandemic has impacted our lives in ways we could not have imagined. The federal government wasn’t spared the seismic disruption caused by COVID-19. Yet through it all, Canadians have been able to rely on hundreds of thousands of federal public service employees to keep government services running, wherever possible.
oday CAPE joins its voice with Canadian leaders as well as leaders and communities around the world to stand against anti-Black racism, racial hate, systemic discrimination, and bigotry.
If you would like to serve on CAPE’s National Executive Committee (NEC), you have until Tuesday, September 1, 2020, to submit your nomination.
CAPE stands in solidarity with members of the LGBTQ2 community. We believe that everyone has the right to work and live in a healthy environment and feel comfortable to be their authentic self without fear of discrimination, violence, exclusion, reprisal or from being stigmatised.
On Monday May 4th, Greg Phillips, in his capacity as national president of the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE), testified before the House of Commons Procedure and House Affairs Committee (PROC) as part of its “Parliamentary Duties and the COVID-19 Pandemic” study.