Local 79 President Tim Maguire asks why this administration seems intent on continuing to pursue the goals of cuts to servies and outsourcing.
The release of Canada’s first national mental health strategy on May 8th brings an urgency to the issue of Workplace Mental Health and presents us with an opportunity to find solutions, Local 79 President Tim Maguire states in his letter to the City, TCHC and Bridgepoint Health
The following letter was presented to the City’s Budget Committee as a deputation by CUPE Local 79’s President Tim Maguire. In it, Maguire questions the City’s foresight in cutting the Youth Outreach Workers program, saying we should be looking back at the City’s history to properly understand the implications of these cuts.
The following note from CUPE Local 79 President Tim Maguire is addressed to Local 79 members congratulating them for their 25 years of service to the City of Toronto.
The following letter is to Prime Minister Harper expressing Local 79’s dismay at the elimination of the National Council of Welfare.
In this letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, CUPE Local 79 President Tim Maguire names Budget 2012 for what it is: a path for deregulation, privatization, contracting out, outsourcing and foreign ownership of our resources.
In this letter to Premier Dalton McGuinty, CUPE Local 79 President Tim Maguire criticizes the direction of the 2012 Ontario Budget, which punishes some of the most vulnerable people in the Province for a deficit they didn’t create.
The following is a letter of congratulations to the Honourable Thomas Mulcair, Leader of the New Democratic Party and Leader of the Official Opposition.
In a letter to Premier Dalton McGuinty, CUPE Local 79 President, Tim Maguire, wants the Ontario government to act and put protections, laws, and enforcement in place to ensure that tragic accidents, like the one in Hamptstead, Ontario, won’t happen again.
“Migrant workers need protection, not exploitation,” Tim Maguire, CUPE Local 79 President, says in a letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper after the tragic deaths of 10 migrant workers on February 6, 2012.