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377 Bank Street
Ottawa, Ontario  K2P 1Y3
Canada

Tel: (613) 236-7238
Fax: (613) 563-7861
TTY: (613) 236-9753

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Wednesday October 23 2019

These are pocket-sized reference cards about the right to refuse unsafe work.

Friday December 7 2018

Saturday September 1 2018
This resource guide is meant to help parents and guardians of children with disabilities navigate theschool system in their province or territory. Our aim is to help you better understand your legal rights and help you advocate for your children by asking the “right” questions of everyone involved in your child’s education.
Monday January 22 2018
Despite considerable media coverage about the difficulty of finding licensed child care spaces, most prospective parents wait far too long before trying to apply for one. Many parents don’t think about their child care arrangements until late into their pregnancy or well into their maternity/parental leave. To better understand how parents learn about child care and how best to get information into their hands early CUPW partnered with the Child Care Resource and Research Unit (CRRU) to survey CUPW members who were on maternity/parental leave. We gained a number of insights into the best ways to communicate with members and about the kind of information they need. We learned word of mouth (family, friends and coworkers) is one of the main sources of information. So too is social media. Members also want information about how to apply for child care and about government fee subsidies. Many members talked about wanting to better understand their rights and the process to apply for EI maternity/parental leave, work accommodation and other work/life balance issues. These findings will help inform the work of the CUPW Child Care Fund over the coming months and years.
Wednesday December 20 2017
This paper is the latest in a series of annual survey reports that track child care fee subsidy rates across the country. Time Out 2017 follows three earlier surveys: The Parent Trap (2014), They Go Up So Fast (2015) and A Growing Concern (2016). The data shows that policy matters when it comes to parental fees with provinces providing operational funding consistently showing the lowest fees. Without doubt, child care fees in most of Canada are far too expensive for many. While the ongoing child care fee data is filling an important gap, fees are only part of the puzzle of how parents are coping with finding care for their children.
Thursday November 17 2016
A resource guide for the CUPW Child Care Fund documenting three success stories. It shows how the union can help CUPW members find child care solutions, and pressure governments to fund child care initiatives.
Monday November 7 2016
This study, the third in a series beginning in 2014, reveals the most and least expensive cities for child care in Canada.
Monday October 24 2016
This page provides information intended to help parents understand and find child care in each province and territory. Below is an overview of the kinds of search and access tools that will be useful for parents.
Sunday October 23 2016

Martha Friendly, Carolyn Ferns, Bethany Grady and Laurel Rothman
Childcare Resource and Research Unit
September 2016

Sunday October 2 2016
How to get in touch with the Child Care Fund or one of our projects

Support Postal Banking - Download and Sign the Petition

Canada needs a postal bank. Thousands of rural towns and villages in our country do not have a bank, but many of them have a post office that could provide financial services. As well, nearly two million Canadians desperately need an alternative to payday lenders. A postal bank could be that alternative. Download and sign the petition urging the Government of Canada to instruct Canada Post to add postal banking, with a mandate for financial inclusion.

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