• CUPE Local 2268 Our day begins before the kids are out of bed. We are unlocking the doors, warming up the buses, shoveling the walks and checking the boilers. Preparing the schools for students is part of our work day. When the school bell rings, we are there.
  • About CUPE Local 2268 Our role in the schools in Saskatchewan is vital to the health of young people. Our schools are the heart of the community.

Highlights of the December 2017 CUPE National Executive Board Meeting

Distribute the information throughout your local to keep your members up-to-date on what's happening within the union.

National President's Report and National Secretary-Treasurer's Report to the December 2017 National Executive Board Meeting

Circulate the reports to members of the executive and make them available to interested members for their information.

REMINDER: Important message from the National President
Urgent Response Required
National Constitution Article B.XI Trial Procedure Review

Print and post in your workplaces.  Locals, members and staff who wish to be interviewed or make a submission are encouraged to email their request and/or submission by March 31, 2018

Guidelines for Mergers and Transfer of Jurisdiction

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Counterpoint - CUPE's national newsletter

Circulate widely and post to keep your members up-to-date on what's happening within the union.

Economy at Work - CUPE's economic and bargaining newsletter

Circulate to members of your executive.  Consider using the report as a bargaining reference to provide accessible information and analysis of economic developments.

Tabletalk - CUPE's bargaining resource newsletter providing bargaining updates and breakthroughs

Forward to your Bargaining Committee and other interested members.

Peace, Justice and Solidarity



As the holiday season approaches, and as 2017 comes to a close, we want to send our warmest holiday greetings and our most sincere thanks to all CUPE members.

The past year has been full of challenges, as members across the country stood strong in the fight for fairness, respect and better working conditions, at the bargaining table and on the picket line. CUPE has led the charge against precarious work, and for more stable employment and retirement security for all Canadians.

CUPE members have never been in a better position to bargain forward on the things that matter most. As a union, with over 650,000 members, our solidarity has never been stronger. We are strong because of activists and leaders like you.

In the spirit of peace, justice and solidarity, we wish you a wonderful holiday season and the very best for 2018.

In solidarity,


2017 CUPE Scholarship

scholarship winners
Winners are:

Nicholas Belfour
Kennedy Culbertson

Developing a Workplace Policy for Legal Marijuana

Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Radisson Hotel, 405, 20th Street East, Saskatoon

Dr. Perry Sirota, Workplace Psychologist
Kevin Wilson, MLT Aikins, Employer Counsel
Lisa Olson, HR Director, Saskatoon Police Services

Legalized marijuana, both for medical and recreational use, is coming soon to a workplace near you. In the absence of an accepted impairment test for marijuana equivalent to the .08 breathalyzer standard for alcohol, employers and unions will be entering uncharted territory. Marijuana may show up in a urine or blood sample weeks after ingestion and its presence does not necessarily indicate impairment. How will employer policies reflect the legalization of marijuana? What are the responsibilities of unions in balancing the off-duty rights of their members with helping to ensure safe workplaces?


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