The newly created Benefits and Employment Defence Sub-committee (BEDS) is looking for volunteers.
The parties met on May 17, 18 and 19. The Employer and CAPE continued to present their respective proposals, as well as counter-proposals on various issues. In addition, CAPE tabled its pay position, which takes into account the current economic situation.
Canadian Jewish Heritage Month creates opportunities for all of us to celebrate and honour Jewish culture and faith and to bring the spotlight on its contributions to Canadian history and society. Canada can be proud of being the home to the third largest Jewish community in the world.
This is to inform EC and TR members that CAPE has filed two policy grievances against their employer, the federal government, on Wednesday, May 11 contesting its Policy on COVID-19 Vaccination.
Asian Canadians are part of a rich history of our country creating strong bonds and exchanges with communities across the Asian continent, with their descendants and immigrants building the country we know today.
We have some positive news to share! We are happy to inform you that communications between you and your Local are about to get easier and more seamless. From today onward, Locals will have better access to their members through a new direct emailing modality.
On July 14, 2021, the Government of Canada launched a Task Force to review the Employment Equity Act to study the Act and consult with stakeholders, communities and Canadians on issues related to employment equity. The goal is for the Task Force to make “concrete, independent and evidence-based recommendations to the Minister of Labour on how to modernize the Act.”
CAPE’s President, Greg Phillips is touring Canada in person this spring to connect with Locals across the country, hosting hybrid meetings that follow public health guidelines. The meetings are meant to provide Locals with updates on key issues and more broadly, to hear from them and to better understand their needs.
Mental Health Week is a time to reflect on our own mental well-being, but also a time to remember to listen and support others, and to talk openly and freely about mental illness without judgment or stigma.
We join in spirit today to honour and remember all the missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and members of the 2SLGBTQQIA community.