Communities Not Cuts

Only labour & CUPE-endorsed candidates will appear.

CUPE municipal members are what make our communities work.

Municipal workers deliver the vital services you depend on. They maintain roads, operate water & sewage plants, perform clerical & technical duties, install & repair traffic lights, deliver social services, maintain our parks, collect garbage & recycling, & keep the streets clean. In short, they do all the things that make our towns & cities work.

Even though they do all the hard work, they don’t get to make all the decisions – that’s left to municipal councils. But once every four years they do get to help elect their own bosses.

On October 22 this year, let’s join them at the polls & elect leaders who will defend local services they deliver & choose communities, not cuts.

Resources

01.

Connect with Your Community's Labour Council

Contact your local Labour Council to see how you can get involved in the October 22 municipal & school board elections.

Contact Your Local Labour Council

02.

2018 Voters’ Guide

Download the 2018 Voters’ guide for Ontario municipal council and
school board elections from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs.

Download the Voter’s Guide

03.

Child Care in the 2018 Municipal Election

Download the Ontario Coalition for Better Child Care guide to municipal issues.

Download the OCBCC Guide Here

04.

CUPE Local 503 Candidate Report Card

FOR OTTAWA RESIDENTS: Download the CUPE Local 503 Candidate Report Card.

Download the CUPE 503 Report Here

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Address

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Markham, ON, L3T 0B2