CUPE Saskatchewan and CUPE’s National Executive Board stands with CUPE 882 members who have been on strike for fair wages since September 11. The local represents over 100 inside workers at the City of Prince Albert.
“Over 715,000 CUPE members from across the country stand with Prince Albert municipal workers. We want each of our members that are out on the line to know they are not alone, and that Canada’s largest union has your back,” said Judy Henley, President of CUPE Saskatchewan and General Vice President of CUPE National.
The longer the picket line – the shorter the strike. One day longer one day stronger!
Last week, CUPE 882 wrote to the Minister of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety requesting the appointment of a special mediator to help resolve the labour dispute with the City of Prince Albert. A meeting with the appointed mediator is scheduled for September 20.
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