Your New Executive

Last Wednesday, you voted for a new Executive Board. Here are the results, as provided by the Election Committee: President – Kara White 1st Vice-President – Kirk Mercer 2nd Vice-President – Pat Shade Chief Steward – Ted Godwin Secretary – Cathrine Jansen Treasurer – Stefan Grbavec Education Committee Chair – Maddy Smith Communication Committee Chair – Cheryl DeWolfe Members-at-Large –…

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Meet The Candidates!

Meet the Candidates! Tuesday, May 16, 2017 Noon – 1p.m. David Strong Building Room C108   Please join us to meet the candidates who are running for positions on the CUPE 951 Executive Committee. Each candidate will present a short speech outlining their platform.   Coffee and tea will be served.   Your candidates are:  President: Kara White Vice President:…

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CUPE 951 Election Info

CUPE 951 Election Info

CUPE 951 ELECTIONS 2017 May 31, 2017 11:45 am to 1:15 pm David Turpin Building Room A120 ID NOT REQUIRED Sign in required to receive ballot   For more information, check the links in the Elections Menu in the sidebar or go to our Executive Board Elections area with lots of detail about the process and the candidates. Save Save

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CUPE Saskatchewan celebrates National Nursing Week

CUPE Saskatchewan celebrates National Nursing Week

This week is National Nursing Week. The Saskatchewan government has proclaimed May 12 as Continuing Care Assistants Day and May 13 as Licensed Practical Nurses Day. CUPE licensed practical nurses and continuing care assistants are key members of the nursing team. It is an important time to recognize the tremendous work CUPE members do every day to deliver high quality patient care as…

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May is Asian Heritage Month

May is Asian Heritage Month

May is Asian Heritage Month. As we celebrate, we also take this opportunity to honour the activism of people of Asian descent for human rights and social justice in Canada. It’s important for each of us to reflect on how diverse struggles against oppression strengthen us as a labour movement and in our communities. Some of these struggles include the Chinese Exclusion…

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