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The university and LOCAL 4120 ratified their collective renewal agreement on September 14, 2020. Please register to access the COMPATIBLE WITH THE ETC Local 4120 agreement. The Ontario government`s moratorium on forced evictions has been lifted. In addition, the Ford government passed Bill 184, better known as the Mass Evictions Bill, which allows a lessor to quickly and easily dislodge a tenant who enters into a lease and has difficulty complying with it. Colleen Burke, USW president in 1998, called the layoffs «unfortunate» and «difficult» for members to enjoy. It acknowledged, however, that U of T had carried it out in accordance with its collective agreement. Collective agreements set out the terms and conditions of employment of unionized workers as well as the rights, privileges and obligations of the union, employer and workers. Please note the following basic qualifications for the CESB: your union has actively involved the employer in discussions about campus reopening and the health and safety of our members and students. Campus unions have recently published an open letter on this, and we will soon have much more to say! CUPE 3261 and USW 1998 actively discussed with U of T Labour Relations on how best to support their members. The governments of Canada and Ontario have taken a series of steps to help workers, tenants and student loan holders affected by the COVID 19 pandemic. More information can be found below. Carpenters and Allied Workers, Local 27 (United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America) represents carpenters at U of T.

CUPE 3902 created this page to serve as a resource for all members regarding the University and Union`s response to the persistent health problem COVID-19. We remind all members that your Union remains available to help you address all your concerns. We remain by phone (416-593-7057) and can be reached by email (NOTE: sending an email to this account does not give rise to a complaint that will be filed) to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Editor`s Note (July 25, 3:49 p.m.): This article has been updated to distinguish between CUPE 3261 and ETC 1998 as representatives of duty officers or administrative and technical staff. However, the letter from members of the Faculty of Public Health raises concerns about the lack of consultation with the university`s joint public health and safety committees in worker protection decisions. The letter asks the university to «ensure appropriate health and safety measures in the workplace by consulting with relevant groups [unions, faculty and workers` associations] prior to the university`s reopening process. CUPE National has published a health and safety guide that specifically applies to our economic sector.