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The winter-spring 2006 edition of Organize magazine is now available. Contact your local to get your copy. Read about the state of Canadian child care, Ed Broadbent’s views on politics and the role of unions, the founding of the National Women’s Task Force, and more.

 In this issue:

  • Frontline: Remembering CUPE’s pioneers; CUPE Celebrates; Women breaking barriers in the Atlantic; CLC at 50.
  • CUPE across Canada: Island Water Watch; Casino Calgary strike; Organizing
    Saskatchewan’s K-12 sector; Two research projects on Manitoba privatization; LHINs and OMERS fights in Ontario; Who owns Quebec’s wind energy? Alvin Gibbs wins court battle for lost wages; Election reform fight in P.E.I.; Joint Atlantic/Maritimes political action meeting.
  • Cultural Revolution: What’s new in books and film.
  • From the National Secretary-Treasurer: CUPE prepared to meet new challenges.
  • Building a better child care promise: CUPE cares, Canadians care, everyone cares about child care – except Stephen Harper. By Debra Huron
  • Ed Broadbent: a true statesman and workers’ friend: The former NDP leader and retired MP muses on the NDP’s challenges, the role of unions and why politics
    have become so uncivil. By Natasha Gauthier
  • Women make CUPE stronger: Introducing the 16 members of CUPE’s new women’s task force. By Doreen Meyer, Debra Huron and Natasha Gauthier


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