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This edition of CUPE’s national magazine focuses on the union’s anti-privatization work.


  • Settlement at Journal de Québec;
  • Pay equity wins;
  • Air Canada layoffs;
  • CUPE and the federal election;
  • First Ministers’ meeting in Quebec City;
  • Solidarity with Colombia and Mexico.

CUPE across Canada

  • Wage increases in Newfoundland and Labrador;
  • Trenching death in Nova Scotia;
  • Casino and hydro workers make gains in Quebec;
  • Ontario school board workers achieve coordinated bargaining;
  • CUPE Manitoba welcomes 350 new members;
  • Regina city workers douse closures;
  • Organizing always a challenge in Alberta … but looking up in N.W.T.;
  • Speaking up in B.C.

Cultural Revolution

  • What’s new in books and film

From the National Secretary-Treasurer

  • Bargaining, organizing, and fighting privatization like never before


  • CUPE members combat P3s and privatization – Public private pressure: How CUPE members are fighting back by Allison Gifford
  • The P3 con game by CUPE economist Toby Sanger
  • Majority of Canadians agree with CUPE by Pam Kapoor
  • Pensions: Part of the privatization fight by Catherine Louli
  • Ontario rocks for public services by Valerie Dugale

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