Elections 2020: Call for Nominations!

If you would like to serve on CAPE’s National Executive Committee (NEC), you have until Tuesday, September 1, 2020, to submit your nomination.

Break the Silence and Stand up to Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia

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.

The importance of staying connected during the lockdown

During this year’s Mental Health Week, the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) promotes social connections, because having a social network is also having a support network. What is hard now is nurturing and maintaining those connections.

Earth Day 2020

Our home is a planet where life thrives, diverse and colorful. Earth abounds with beautiful nature, a masterpiece that is a joy to experience and good to get closer to when looking for comfort, calm and relaxation. If we can turn our attention away from our current forced isolation and take our eyes beyond the walls around us, we will soon see how therapeutic nature can be and how much we need it.

Statement on the Portapique Shooting

It is with immense sadness that the Canadian Association of Professional Employees joins all Canadians in extending its deepest condolences to members of the Portapique community of Northern Nova Scotia, and to the broader RCMP family, following the senseless shooting that took 22 lives, on Saturday April 18.

2020 CAPE Calendars now available

We're proud to unveil this year's 2020 CAPE calendar. Like previous editions, the CAPE calendar identifies holidays and pay days.

National Volunteer Week 2020

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people have come together and mobilized to help the most vulnerable members of our society.

COVID-19: Mental Wellness and Personal Safety

During this time of isolation, social distancing and in the context of prolonged teleworking, it is important for people feeling vulnerable and at risk to have easy and quick access to mental wellness and personal safety resources.