“The issue of child care is this generation’s medicare story, and we’ve got to get it done.” — Armine Yalnizyan
Diversity and Inclusion in our Unions
"This paper is one step of many that NUPGE will be taking on the topic of COVID-19 and income inequality. We know more work needs to be done on specific needs for different vulnerable populations. The problems facing our northern Indigenous communities are going to be different from the problems facing a new immigrant family who reside in the Greater Toronto Area. We want to make sure everyone's voice is heard and their needs addressed. We hope this paper helps our lawmakers to understand the complexity of how COVID-19 affects different social and economic groups and encourages them to take further action." — Larry Brown, NUPGE President
The truth is that young people are not behaving differently than Canadians in other age groups.
Women and marginalized communities are more likely to experience negative effects of environmental and climate change and to face barriers in adapting.
NUPGE celebrates Black History Month honouring the lives and legacies of black Canadians and black people living in Canada.
"The best way to combat hatred is through education, solidarity with those under attack, and by raising our voices to be louder than the hate." ― Larry Brown, NUPGE President
World War II saw some of the darkest days of our civilization.
Despite legislation that would say otherwise, the fight for gender equality is not over in Canada.
A publication on women workers in our Diversity and Inclusion in Our Unions series.
The NUPGE Women’s Committee meets this week to discuss how workers and their unions have an important role to play in furthering awareness and enhancing supports for victims of domestic violence, as well as in fighting to end domestic violence altogether.