CUPE Local 79's "Chill with Will" theatrical show will entertain visitors attending the Taste of the Danforth this weekend, August 9-11. (more…)
TORONTO – As the weather heats up, CUPE Local 79 (representing approximately 20,000 Toronto workers) is launching its third annual summer campaign. Only this year, they’re doing it with a light-hearted nod to Toronto’s beginnings, starring its first mayor, William Lyon Mackenzie. The union will launch its “Chill With Will” summer ...
Toronto — The union representing Toronto’s inside city workers announced today its opposition to a new casino in Toronto. (more…)
CUPE Local 79 President Tim Maguire accepts a United Way Toronto Spirit Award. Toronto — United Way Toronto has honoured CUPE Local 79 with two awards for its charitable campaign leadership. (more…)
(Toronto) Tim Maguire, President of CUPE Local 79, Toronto Inside Workers, criticized the City's 2013 operating budget for failing to address the rapidly growing need for recreation services, childcare spaces and affordable housing. (more…)
TORONTO -- Tim Maguire, President of CUPE Local 79, Toronto Inside Workers, criticized the City’s proposed operating budget for leaving tens of thousands waiting for childcare, recreation programs, and shelters, and called on City Council to close the gap, starting with recreation. (more…)
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. (more…)
Local 79 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees is heading into Labour Day buoyed by a successful summer of its “Taking Care of Toronto” campaign. (more…)
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. (more…)
(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 ...