The current situation in the Middle East is sad and heart wrenching. CBTU does not support the violence perpetrated on both sides and instead implores all parties to look at the human suffering and cost of life that has occurred. CBTU supports and echoes the sentiments of the International Trade Union Confederation. Please see their statement below:
Below is a link to our Chapter's latest newsletter. Enjoy!
The CBTU endorsed Marie Clarke Walker as a proud CBTU member and advocate for workers of colour. CBTU applauds Hassan Husseini, who was also endorsed by our Chapter, for having initiated a "Take Back The CLC" movement, which resulted in historic change following the election of Hassan Yussuff as the first racialized President of the CLC (who is also now a CBTU member).
CBTU also congratulates the following Chapter members on their elections:
Our sister chapter has invited you all to this silent auction event.
The 27th Constitutional Convention of the Canadian Labour Congress (CLC) will be held from Monday, May 5th to May 9th at the Palais des Congrès de Montreal, 201 avenue Viger Ouest, Montreal (Québec).
The Convention will provide a forum to debate resolutions, set the policy direction for Canadian Labour Movement and elect the leadership of the CLC.
Dear members, please review this flyer inviting you to the CBTU Rochester Chapter's 14th Annual Dinner. The theme of the night is "Pass On the Knowledge to Strengthen Our Future". The Keynote speaker is Denise Berkley, CBTU National Women's Committee Chair and CSEA Statewide Secretary.
Dear members, here is the Black Foundation of Community Networks' Scholarship Directory for 2014.