“The future vision of child care for Toronto and Ontario can no longer be about saving the system, or sustaining the system. It must be about how we can grow a high-quality, accessible, accountable, public/not-for-profit child care system,” said Tim Maguire in Local 79’s response to the Provincial Government’s discussion paper.
Local 79 President Tim Maguire’s submission to the Community Development and Recreation Committee on new Provincial funding for child care and response to the Provincial Discussion Paper on Modernizing Child Care.
President Tim Maguire tells the City’s Government Management Committee that Local 79 has serious concerns about renewing the contract with the private company contracted to clean Toronto Police Service locations.
President Tim Maguire asks Local 79 members in Peel Region to take action on the closing of 12 child care centres and the elimination of over 850 child care spaces in Peel.
Dear Local 79 Sisters and Brothers, Local 79 members working with the many diverse communities that make our city so vibrant and unique, know how important the United Way is to residents of Toronto. United Way Toronto is the only major funding organization that delivers significant core operating support to social service agencies. These community […]
Local 79 President Tim Maguire tells the City that there seemed to be little discussion about ‘service efficiences’ which was supposed to be the actual mandate for consultations with front-line staff working in Fleet Services.
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.