Welcome to CUPE 87

cupe-4People depend on public services; services depend on people to deliver them.

CUPE 87 – We make Thunder Bay & District Work

Our workers touch every part of life: they fix roads, provide emergency care, test drinking water, connect us with library resources, run ice rinks, work at daycares, lead community workshops, and much more. We’re facing tough economic times, and that’s when we need affordable, reliable public services most.

The District of Thunder Bay Social Services Administration Board (TBDSSAB) delivers vital social services to individuals and families living in the District of Thunder Bay.

TBDSSAB supports people to improve their lives and become self-sufficient. We do this through the delivery of quality social services including: Child Care, Housing and Ontario Works.

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Child Care Matters– Have your say!

Community Consultation on City-Operated Child Care

October 25, 2017 – 6-8pm

Pioneer Ridge Home for the Aged– Auditorium, Floor 3 (750 Tungsten Street)

Information will be shared on the three options under consideration:

1)            Continue to Operate City-operated centres at current location

2)            Relocate Algoma Child Care Centre to either St. Margaret’s, Algonquin, or St. Elizabeth’s School

3)            Amalgamate Algoma & Grace Remus Child Care Centres and relocate to either St. Margaret’s, Algonquin, or St.Elizabeth’s school

Are you a Parent, Child Care Sector Employee, Community Agency, or Citizen of Thunder Bay?

We encourage you to come out and share your thoughts with us.

Please complete our survey at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CTB_Childcare

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CUPE 87 Update:
The Task Force on City-Operated Child Care

The Task Force on City-Operated Child Care reported to council on September 11th, 2017. Josephine Iorfida, Karen Martin and Rod Cooper were present to represent the Childcare members of CUPE Local 87.  Read more…

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Read the March 2017 Newsletter: March 2017 CUPE 87 Newsletter