The following is a list of organizations and individuals with a mandate promoting values and goals aligned with the CUPW mission.
54,000 members work in large and small communities from Twillingate, Newfoundland to Tappen, British Columbia.
We keep in touch with many Locals in the region and across Canada. Here are a few.
Learn about the Windsor and District Labour Council, and the important contributions that union members make to our city.
The Windsor-Essex Regional Chamber of Commerce is a not for profit organization representing the voice of business and professionals in our region.
What Progressive Unions and Civil Society Groups must do to Build Power for Social and System Change In Canada.
A primer outlining a roadmap and plan of action arising out of ongoing discussions initiated via the Port Elgin Assembly in November of 2012 .
In conjunction with our National Office, the Local has chosen the following child care services based on the principles of quality, accessibility and child driven programming.
When contacting these centers, please tell them you are a member of CUPW.
If you have any further questions or comments on our Local’s Child Care Project, please contact the office by phone or email, and we will tend to them on your behalf.
The CUPW Child Care Fund supports CUPW members who have difficulty finding or affording quality, licensed child care for their children. This includes members who work irregular hours, live and work in rural and remote areas of the country or need infant care or have children with special needs.
Supporting people to feel competent and confident to proceed with an appeal before an administrative board or tribunal whether or not they have legal representation.
The Special Needs and Moving On Projects are Union based support programs for ALL members who have children with any/all forms of disabilities or delays.
Since children do not outgrow their special needs, the Union also has the Moving On Project for those members who have children over the age of 18.
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS)
An excellent resource about occupational health and safety laws and regulations from the Federal Government.
Occupational Health Clinics for Ontario Workers (OHCOW) “Our aim is to protect workers and their communities from occupational disease, injuries and illnesses. We strive to address occupational hazards, to promote the social, mental and physical well-being of workers and their families.”
The WHSC is Ontario’s designated occupational health and safety training centre, providing the highest quality health and safety training to Canadian workplaces of every size and in every sector.
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)
Responsible for administering the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act (WSIA).