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The summer 2006 edition of Organize magazine is now available. Contact your local to get your copy. Read about CUPE’s young workers, the founding of the National Aboriginal council, and more.

 In this issue:

  • Frontline: CUPE at Workers Out! in Montreal and the World Peace Forum in Vancouver; Meeting our members’ bosses; National day of Mourning; National women’s task force.
  • CUPE across Canada: Public water win in Whistler; Ontario university sector fights tuition hike; Health care wait times a priority for Nova Scotian workers; P.E.I. paramedics vote for CUPE.
  • Cultural Revolution: What’s new in books and film.
  • From the National Secretary-Treasurer: Reviewing the national strike fund.
  • The young and the rights-less: Young workers need unions, but the opposite is just as true. Find out how CUPE is nurturing tomorrow’s leaders by fighting for their workplace rights today. By Ian Clysdale
  • A new voice for Aboriginal members: The founding of CUPE’s national Aboriginal council in May was hailed as a historic event. Now the real work of building bridges and healing past injustices begins. By Dan David


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