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Municipal workers in the Township of Cramahe, Ontario, have voted overwhelmingly to join the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) to improve their working conditions.

The 34 inside and outside workers of the Township will join one of the largest public service sectors represented by CUPE, with over 80,000 municipal workers in Ontario.

In the current economic climate, CUPE remains the union of choice,” said Debbie Oldfield, CUPE organizing representative. “This successful vote reflects our commitment to improve working conditions for our newest members and advance their collective rights.”