Golf Tournament – Have you got your tickets yet?

 

CUPE Local 23 is excited to host its in-person fundraising event once again at the Riverway Golf Couse and Driving Range.

Come down and have some fun while you raise money for CUPE Local 23 supported charities.

 

Date:              Sunday, September 11th, 2022

Location:      Riverway Golf Course and Driving Range

Check in:      11:00am – Crossover start

Entertainment and bar open at 4:30pm

Dinner service at 6:30pm

 

Get your tickets before they sell out! – Registration form here

 

If you have any questions of need further information – contact us via email at info@cupe23.ca.

 

Truth and reconciliation: conversations for CUPE members

Tuesday, September 28 – 6pm

Truth and reconciliation: conversations for CUPE members

How can CUPE members contribute to truth and reconciliation with Indigenous people? What can we learn from Indigenous CUPE members and their experiences and activism? And how can we support the fight for justice for today’s generation of Indigenous children and youth?

These and other questions will be addressed at a free, national webinar hosted by CUPE’s Human Rights Branch, in collaboration with Union Education. 

What:            A Conversation about Truth and Reconciliation for CUPE members

When:            Tuesday, September 28, 6:00 PM

Register in advance here.

Who:               Event speakers include:

  • Debra Merrier, Diversity Vice-President for Indigenous Workers, CUPE National Executive Board
  • John Brady McDonald, Senator, CUPE Saskatchewan Indigenous Council Committee
  • Mark Hancock, National President, and Charles Fleury, National Secretary-Treasurer, will provide opening remarks and introduce Elder Thomas Louttit.
  • Moderator: Dana Wesley, Senior Officer (Indigenous Issues), CUPE Human Rights Branch

Event details:

The webinar will be followed by moderated Q&A sessions
ASL and live captioning will be provided
Registration required. All welcome
Register here

More information here

Participate in CUPE’s Safe Union Spaces Survey

Earlier this year, CUPE’s National Executive Board created a National Safe Union Spaces Working Group to address serious concerns about gender-based violence and other forms of harassment and discrimination in our union.

The Working Group, advised by expert external consultants, has been reviewing CUPE’s existing tools and processes, identifying gaps where we need changes or additional resources to ensure safer union spaces.

As part of this important effort, the Working Group is launching a survey.

CUPE encourages all members to participate in this survey. The survey will help us identify actions we can take and policies we can adopt to make CUPE more welcoming for all members.

The survey closes September 28.

– Participate in the survey now –