Announcements & Events
2018 Golf Tournament Season
Golf Season is upon us! See below for Unit by Unit Tournament details as they are scheduled.
Greater Durham/Central Units
Wooden Sticks Golf Club - 40 Elgin Park Drive, Uxbridge.
Saturday, July 14th, 2018 ($153/golfer must be paid by June 22nd)
For information call Jeff McGowan
@ 289-688-1148 or, email email@example.com
Retired & 65+ Members
Tuesday, Aug 14th, 2018 ($80/golfer with $30deposit paid by Jul 1st)
We need at least 20 players before we can go ahead with finalizing the Tournament details.
5th Annual Tommy Irving Memorial Charity Golf Tournament
Friday, August 24th, 2018 ($90/golfer must be paid by August 10th)
For information call John Sheridan
Past 2018 Tourneys:
15th Annual Clare Brown Memorial Golf Tourney
Southampton Golf & CC
Friday, June 8th, 2018 ($100/person must be paid by May 28th)
Rivendell Golf Club - 7359 Road 38, Verona
Friday, June 8th, 2018 ($100/person must be paid by May 28th)
To register contact:
Coddy Quan: 613-662-4224
Dave Allore: 613-290-4560
Evan Benn: 613-329-2599
2018 Hockey Tournament - UPDATE: We Have a Winner
This years Tournament was held in Toronto at the William P. Wilder Arena Complex on Friday, May 11th and Saturday, May 12th.
5 teams cometed at this year's tourney, with each playing 4 games. Everyone attended the social on Friday night and it turned out to be a great social event.
In the final, Greater Durham beat Central TX Lines in a shootout.
Looking forward to next year!
Convention Delegates Vote to Affiliate with the Confederation of Canadian Unions (CCU)
L to R: Joe Mulhall, Mike Belanger (CCU), Kelly Johnson (President, CCU), BIll Gilroy, Geoff Denstedt
We’re thrilled to announce our affiliation with the Confederation of Canadian Unions, Canada’s largest federation of independent labour unions.
In the CCU, we are affiliating with an organization closely aligned with our own values and beliefs. The CCU brings several decades worth of experience in the labour movement. Its expertise ranges from lobbying all levels of Government and supporting affiliates in labour disputes, to providing in-depth labour training for elected reps.
We are excited to embark on this next stage of CUSW’s growth and development with the CCU as a partner.
Learn more about the CCU on their website:
CUSW Office Move
As of Saturday, December 2nd, our new office address for CUSW, PSBT and PSRT is:
10 Carlson Court
CUSW Member Andrew Gresel Has Solid 2017 Race Season
We're proud to sponsor CUSW member, Andrew Gresel, as he rolled through the 2017 season in fine form. With 5 Top-5's in the Pro Late Model races, and a win and 2 Top-5's in the Super Late Model races, Andrew was flying!
CUSW Has a New President!
The National Board elections took place on Friday, June 30th. After 18 years as President, and one of the founding Members of CUSW, Joe Mulhall decided to retire. His leadership and dedication to making CUSW a 21st Century union is why we are all here today. Thank you Joe, for your vision, guidance and commitment!
CUSW is excited to announce that Geoff Denstedt has been elected as the new President!
For a complete listing of the National Board election results, download the offical results download the official results.
2017 CUSW Hockey Tournament
Fairway and Bruce Unit co-winners of 2017 Hockey Tournament
After a hard fought "A" final, Fairway Electric and Bruce Unit remained tied after regualtion and instead of a shootout, the teams decided to leave it as a tie. In the "B" final, Greater Durham Unit defeated the Northern Unit squad.
By all accounts, this year's Tourney was one of the best yet. Stay tuned for info on next year's tourney on the Hockey Tournament information page
AllianceLearning.ca New Courses Released
A total of 46 new online career boosting courses have been released at AllianceLearning.ca. As a CUSW member, you are entitled to a 75% reimbursement from the Training Trust Fund, taking the cost of each course to a low $10. Learn more about the Training Trust here.
Visit AllianceLearning.ca for a list of courses.
3 New E-Learning Courses Launched to CUSW Members
We’re excited to announce the launch of 3 new courses, open to CUSW members. Members can access the courses using their CUSW sign in.
Workplace HS Rep
Learn all about the role of the Workplace HS Rep in this NEW one-hour on-line course! As we head towards an election year in CUSW, this course is very timely since one of the first elections of the year will be for your Workplace Health and Safety Representative. In this one-hour course, you will learn all about the role of the Workplace HS Rep as well as the skills needed and the duties required.
Sign into AllianceLearning using your regular CUSW user ID and password and look for this new course under the “HS Rep Specific” tab.
This 45-minute course is perfect for Members who want to learn more about what is involved in the negotiation process. You will learn about the history of how Collective Agreements and the right of Canadians to bargain collectively with their employers came to be. This is the perfect place to start if you have an interest in participating on your workplace's Negotiating Committee.
Negotiating a Collective Agreement
If you are interested in stepping forward to participate on your workplace's Negotiating Committee, this course is for you! During this 60-minute on-line course you will learn about: negotiating strategies; the components of a Collective Agreement; determining the purpose and scope of an agreement; and an introduction to the terminology used in Collective Agreements.
Please Note: this on-line course is a pre-requisite to the face-to-face training that is provided by the National Negotiating Committee.
How to access
To watch a 6 minute video that will take you through the steps to access Take the LEAD on-line and other learning programs available through the AllianceLearning.ca platform, click here.
CUSW Members Participate in Bruce Power Aboriginal Employment and Business Forum
This past spring, CUSW members participated in an important event in Owen Sound. The Bruce Power Aboriginal Employment and Business Forum is an annual event where local Aboriginal people can learn about careers in Ontario's electricity sector. As members representing CUSW, Jarrod and Jason were able to discuss our Apprenticeship program and how to apply to become an apprentice with interested attendees.
For more info on the event, visit this link.