CBTU General Membership Meeting

Greetings CBTU Ontario Canada Chapter Members,

Our next Chapter GMM will be held Thursday February 28 from 6:30 - 8:30pm at the IBEW, 1377 Lawrence Ave. East in Toronto. Please see below the CBTU General Membership Meeting Agenda – Celebrating Black History Month, and please RSVP to [email protected] if you plan to attend in person:


  1. Presidents Report

  2. 2019 Events

  3. Presentation: Dinner and Politics

  4. Presentation: Albert Jackson, First Black Postal Worker (Reading from the book)

  5. Spoken Word

  6. Dance Performance

  7. Reception to follow


Prizes to be won!

We look forward to seeing you all there.

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January 18th, 2024 

 

Greetings CBTU Members: 

 

The Executive Board would like to Thank Janice Gairey for her endless work on the CBTU Canada Executive Board as President, Board member, and retired worker, and she was instrumental in advocating for Global African Workers. Janice is a phenomenal Leader who still does so much meaningful work in communities, labour bodies, and of course here at CBTU. Janice has decided to step away from the Executive Board to enjoy her well-deserved retirement. JaniceYour CBTU Family loves and adores you. THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING.

 

Taking a page out of Janice's Book with doing the important Community work, "being one among many" The Executive Board sees all that you are doing in your communities across Canada. Thank You. There is so much happening quickly and it's important that we can get information to you. Please ensure you are signed up to the current WhatsApp chat.

 

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The Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (CBTU) in Canada is calling on the Canadian federal, provincial, and municipal governments to end what we see as systemic racism in Canada's refugee support systems. Canada is renowned for its commitment to welcoming refugees and supporting those fleeing conflict and persecution. However, recent events have shed light on a concerning disparity in the level of support offered to refugees from different regions.

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