Mount Allison Staff Cuts are Unfair and Unnecessary
Sackville – NB, June 26, 2020 – CUPE members at the Mount Allison University are denouncing the layoff waves initiated by the University’s Administration. “They are making unnecessary and unfair cuts. Layoffs generate workload issues on the remaining staff and this in turn means less resources and help for students and faculty staff,” said Tasha Hawkes, president of CUPE Local ... Read More
Pride Month Statement
Fifty-one years ago, the Stonewall riots happened. Two racialized transwomen, Marsha Johnson and Sylvia Rivera, led the riots which energized the fight for equality. With Pride Month, CUPE NB celebrates the resilience and activism of our LGBTQ2+ members and allies. Today, Black, Indigenous and racialized LGBTQ2+ activists are spearheading the most radical cross-movement struggles since Stonewall, around the globe. More than ever, ... Read More
Black Lives Matter. Indigenous Lives Matter.
June 12, 2020 – CUPE NB STATEMENT CUPE NB stands in solidarity with Black communities and Indigenous People in Canada and around the world.