CUPE Saskatchewan represents over 29,000 members, with 119 locals.
Over the years, CUPE Saskatchewan has played a vital role in fighting for progressive labour legislation and quality public services, as well as coordinating support for striking and locked out locals.
The current priorities for CUPE Saskatchewan are standing up for school workers, improving government funding for K-12 education, a fair collective agreement for health care workers, a commitment to vastly expand affordable housing units in Saskatchewan, a pay equity legislation and a better funding for cities and towns to retrofit civic buildings.
Tom Graham has been president of CUPE Saskatchewan since 1998.
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