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The fall 2007 edition of Organize magazine is now available. Contact your local to get your copy.

In this issue:

  • Frontline
    Supreme Court win; Lockout at the Journal de Québec; Labour mobility agreement; Social services investment campaign; CUPE gets political.
  • Working together
    First National District Council meeting; National child care conference; National Women’s Task Force; FCM, CLA and the Western municipal conference; Commonwealth Study Conference.
  • CUPE across Canada
    Hot times in British Columbia; Ontario: Walking a tightrope of bargaining and lobbying; New Brunswick paramedics union; Battling a strike ban in Nova Scotia.
  • Cultural Revolution
    What’s new in books and film.
  • From the National Secretary-Treasurer
    “A penny for your thoughts”
  • Communities mobilize against privatization
    Coalition building has provided big wins in diverse sectors across Canada, including nursing homes, hospitals and municipal services.
    By Karin Jordan
  • Coordinated bargaining: Solidarity brings strength
    How CUPE’s national strategic initiative is rolling out in British Columbia, Ontario and New Brunswick.
    By Diane Kalen, Pat Daley and Danielle Savoie
  • Medicare revisited
    A look at what the “Father of Quebec Medicare” is doing now, and what progressive thinkers recommend for the future of Medicare.
    By Alexandre Boulerice and Beth Smillie

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