CAPE is announcing a new voting platform, called SimplyVoting, to make things easier and better for future votes.
CAPE has selected its 2022 LoP Bargaining Team and served notice to the Library of Parliament to commence negotiations for a new collective agreement.
The First Nations, Métis and Inuit Peoples of Turtle Island are the original builders and caregivers of a land and a nation with unique cultures, communities, languages and traditions. These communities have roots on this continent that go back hundreds of years.
If you would like to serve on CAPE’s National Executive Committee (NEC), you have until Thursday, September 1, 2022, to submit your nomination. Here is a great opportunity for you to define the future of the union.
The newly created Benefits and Employment Defence Sub-committee (BEDS) is looking for volunteers.
The 2022 Membership Budget Meeting (MBM) was held on Thursday, May 5, 2022, in person in Ottawa and virtually via Zoom.
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.