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

In this issue:

  • Frontline
    Women’s task force survey; CUPE members visit Colombia; Earth Day poster contest; Promoting literacy; CUPE Celebrates; National Human Rights conference; new video on disability rights.
  • CUPE across Canada
    B.C. government loves privateers; Improving legal aid in Saskatchewan; Ontario community living workers launch new campaign; Progressive candidates win big in Ontario municipal elections; Health care workers choose CUPE Quebec; New Brunswick school custodians regain right to strike.
  • Cultural Revolution
    What’s new in books and film.
  • From the National Secretary-Treasurer
    CUPE’s coming of age
  • Canada’s universities: higher education or education for hire?
    How privatization is hurting our campuses – and how CUPE members are pushing back.
    By Catherine Louli
  • Hospital worker gets to the heart of the union
    Eilene Gan: hospital worker, union activist, literacy promoter.
    By Anne Paquette
  • N.S. labour coalition leads to historic pension win
    A risky coalition led to huge pension gains for Nova Scotia hospital workers.
    By John McCracken, Kevin Skerrett and Sandra Sorensen

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