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Members of CUPE Local 2380 City of Barrie Unit 2380.02 Tornado Clean Up July 15, 2021

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Chantale Boileau, Unit Chair of Barrie Public Library with CUPE Local 2380 presented a donation of $1,000 to Kelly Hubbard, Hospice Simcoe’s Executive Director on behalf of CUPE Local 2380.

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A Composite Union of Municipal Public Servants
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Ontario Public Library Week is October 18 - 24, 2020. Library workers continued to deliver virtual and in-person services to the public and remain there for you during this pandemic. Library Workers, lighting your way to a better tomorrow.

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Local 2380 representatives with Fred Hahn, CUPE Ontario President at OMECC Leadership Municipal Review Meeting at Sheraton North Hotel. L to R: Chantale Boileau, VP of Barrie Public Library, Kate Fitzgerald, VP City of Barrie Unit, Jillian Forbes, VP of the Penetanguishene-Inside Unit and Vicki Nicholls, President.

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Steward Training at 54 Clapperton Street, February 2019

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Ontario Library Workers Committee

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OMECC, March 2018
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Heartland Kennels Donation 2017
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Georgian College Strike, November 2017
Cate Nicholls, Nancy Woods, Jacob Reid on the
picket line with CUPE 2073 Canadian Hearing Society
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Serving 5 municipalities

800+ members

dignity, equality and respect


People depend on public services; services depend on people to deliver them.

In Central Ontario, municipal workers help us every single day. We’re the working people who fix the roads, connect us with library resources, run ice rinks, take care of public parks, look after infrastructure needs and much more. And we promote safe, healthy, thriving communities. This is a great place to live, and we work hard to keep it that way.

CUPE Local 2380 members have been taking care of Central Ontario communities for over 50 years. We have helped to build the Central Ontario we all love and enjoy. It’s a great place to live and we love to be helping our communities move forward. We’re facing tough economic times, and that’s when we need affordable, reliable public services most.