Local 79 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, the Union representing Toronto’s inside workers, is launching a new television ad campaign aimed at increasing awareness of and support for its members and the services they deliver.
Toronto residents enjoying the city’s summertime events may get to know Toronto’s inside workers, as we launch our summertime campaign aimed at building awareness of the services our members deliver daily and celebrating the City in the summer.
(Toronto) — Youth Outreach Workers and the youth they support will speak at Toronto’s Budget Committee today to ask that their positions be maintained until the Youth Outreach Workers program can be properly reviewed as part of the Recreational Services Review. “The decision to eliminate the majority of these Youth Outreach Workers positions was made […]
The union representing the majority of the City of Toronto employees has decided to submit the City’s final contract offer to a membership vote on Wednesday, March 28th. Tim Maguire, president of Local 79 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, said the union decided to submit the offer for a vote of its approximately […]
Members of CUPE Local 79 came out in historic numbers to vote for a strike mandate, providing their bargaining team with greater leverage in the last days of negotiations.
The City of Toronto has added six more demands to their long list of concessions in bargaining with CUPE Local 79 over the weekend.
Maureen O’Reilly and Tim Maguire, presidents of Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) locals 4948 and 79, joined city workers to warn the public about an increased reliance on increasingly precarious part-time work.
Tim Maguire, President of CUPE Local 79, reacted today to the City of Toronto’s request for a “no board” report regarding contract negotiations. “I’m very concerned by the City’s decision to a request a no board without engaging in meaningful bargaining,” said Maguire. “We’ve waited 12 weeks for discussions and real proposals on issues affecting […]
TORONTO, ON -A majority of Toronto residents want city services maintained, even if it means increased fees or taxes, says a new poll by Environics research. The poll shows 64 per cent in favour of continued funding for public services.