In this letter submitted to the City’s Executive Committee, CUPE Local 79 President Ann Dembinski expresses her disappointment regarding proposed plans to sell city assets (10% of Toronto Hydro and 100% of Enwave), noting that assets that bring in revenue should not be sold to for-profit corporations at the expense of Torontonians.
This letter was presented to the Toronto Community Housing Corporation’s Board meeting by CUPE Local 79 President Ann Dembinski in writing and in person by deputation. Dembinski warns about the impact of selling off the stand-alone units, which would displace hundreds of tenants and families.
What follows is a letter from CUPE Local 79 President, Ann Dembinski, which honours those who work in childcare and early childhood education.
The following letter was sent to Prime Minister Harper expressing Local 79’s grave concerns about cuts to jobs and public services at the Federal Level.
This letter was presented as a deputation to the Toronto Police Services Board meeting by Local 79 First Vice-President Tim Maguire, on behalf of Local 79 President Ann Dembinski. The video of the deputation is posted below.
This letter was submitted to Mayor Rob Ford and the members of the Executive Committee by Local 79 President Ann Dembinski about the flawed direction the Mayor is taking the City.
This letter was presented to the Community Development and Recreation Committee by Ann Dembinski, who says Mayor Ford’s attempts to cut city services have all been publicly and soundly discredited by the experts and by the people who call Toronto home.
In this letter, Local 79 President Ann Dembinski urges the City to accept the offer of three public health nurses from the Province.
Local 79 President Ann Dembinski criticizes the reduction in staff at summer camps, noting there’s a sustained need for programs in the City, advises staff be relocated instead.
Local 79 President Ann Dembinski responds to the KMPG Core Service Review presenting options for cutting Board of Health services, saying that without rigorous public health standards and enforcement, the City would be at risk.