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The fall 2006 edition of Organize magazine is now available. Contact your local to get your copy.

In this issue:

  • Frontline
    Women’s task force update; New national headquarters; Mourning our losses; Flight attendant ratio victory.
  • CUPE across Canada
    B.C. women with disabilities share strategies; Alberta’s job boom; Ontario LHINs battle heats up; Quebec municipal workers launch new campaign; What N.B.’s new Liberal government means for labour.
  • Cultural Revolution
    What’s new in books and film.
  • From the National Secretary-Treasurer
    Marshalling our resources for stronger political action.


  • Campaigning for communities
    This fall, six Canadian provinces held municipal elections. Here’s how CUPE got involved.
    By Karin Jordan
  • Making a difference
    Canadian unions have come up with a new action plan to help LGBT workers.
  • Cover Story: Labour rights are human rights
    In honour of CUPE’s first National Human Rights Conference, we look at how our union is working to create a better world, not just for its members, but for everyone.
    By Anne Marie Aikins

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