About us

Executive and stewards

President: Jane Doe

Treasurer: John Smith




If you have active committees, here is a good place to put either their contact information, or updates and information from your committees.


What we do

If you represent members at a lot of different work sites, it’s important to list somewhere on your site all of them – so that when your members search in google for something like “cupe paramedics hearst” – or even just “paramedics hearst,” or “st john evangelist school barrie”, they’ll find a page somewhere on the site that has those words in it.
CUPE 999 represents municipal workers in the following communities in the District of Cochrane:

  • Black River – Matheson
  • Cochrane
  • Fauquier – Strickland
  • Hearst
  • Iroquois Falls
  • Kapuskasing
  • Mattice – Val Cote
  • Moonbeam
  • Moosonee
  • Opasatika
  • Smooth Rock Falls
  • Timmins
  • Val Rita – Harty


Equality statement

Union solidarity is based on the principle that union members are equal and deserve mutual respect at all levels. Any behaviour that creates conflict prevents us from working together to strengthen our union.

As unionists, mutual respect, cooperation and understanding are our goals. We should neither condone nor tolerate behaviour that undermines the dignity or self-esteem of any individual or creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive environment.

Discriminatory speech or conduct which is racist, sexist, transphobic or homophobic hurts and thereby divides us. So too, does discrimination on the basis of ability, age, class, religion, language and ethnic origin.

Sometimes discrimination takes the form of harassment. Harassment means using real or perceived power to abuse, devalue or humiliate. Harassment should not be treated as a joke. The uneasiness and resentment that it creates are not feelings that help us grow as a union.

Discrimination and harassment focus on characteristics that make us different; and they reduce our capacity to work together on shared concerns such as decent wages, safe working conditions, and justice in the workplace, society and in our union.

CUPE’s policies and practices must reflect our commitment to equality. Members, staff and elected officers must be mindful that all persons deserve dignity, equality and respect.