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The Plan Board and staff wish to welcome the following new groups who have joined our pension plan since 2008:

June 2016

  • Costi Immigration Service-Linc Instructors. represented by CUPE

April 2016

  • Seniors People Resource in North York Inc. (SPRINT) represented by CUPE

Januray 2016

  • Consum College Students Society represented by CUPE

December 2015

  • Vita Community Living & Mens Sana Families for Mental Illness represented by CUPE

October 2015

  • Costi Immigrant Services represented by CUPE
  • Edmonton Womens Shelter Ltd represented by CUPE
  • Tamir Foundation represented by CUPE

September 2015

  • Capilano Students' Union Association represented by CUPE

August 2015

  • Community Living-Brant represented by CUPE
  • Canadian Centre for Policy Alternative represented by UNIFOR

July 2015

  • Aramark CA Ltd. (Mount Allison University) represented by CUPE

June 2015

  • Crossroads Children's Centre represented by SEIU
  • Costi Immingration Services-Linc Instructors represented by CUPE

April 2015

  • The Town of Middleton represented by CUPE

March 2015

  • Continuing Education Students Association of Ryerson (CESAR) represented by CUPE

February 2015

  • St. Stephen's Residence of Ottawa Inc. represented by CUPE

January 2015

  • Italian Cultural Centre represented by SEIU
  • Higview Wilson Child represented by CUPE

December 2014:

  • First Air represented by CUPE

October 2014:

  • Capilano Golf & Country Club represented by SEIU
  • Costi Immigrant Services represented by CUPE
  • Community Unemployed Help Centre represented by CUPE

July 2014:

  • Community Resource Connection of Toronto represented by SEIU

January 2014:

  • Cheshire Home (Hasting-Prince Edward) Inc. represented by SEIU

December 2013:

  • CUASA CARLETON University Academic Staff Assoc. represented by UNIFOR

September 2013:

  • KA-NA-CHI-HIH (Specialized Solvent Abuse Treatment Centre) represented by UNIFOR
  • We Travel represented by CUPE

July 2013:

  • Hamilton Health Care Team represented by CUPE
  • HouseLink Community represented by SEIU

March 2013:

  • Tsawwassen Springs Golf represented by SEIU

February 2013:

  • Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver represented by SEIU

January 2013:

  • Waste Management (Kingston) represented by CUPE
  • The Canadian Council for International Coop represented by CUPE
  • PEI Teachers Federation represented by CUPE
  • Jane / Finch Community & Family Centre represented by CUPE

November 2012:

  • Town of Berwick represented by CUPE

October 2012:

  • Community Living Guelp - Wellington represented by CUPE
  • The Salvation Army Peel Regions - Residential Service represented by CUPE

July 2012:

  • Air Transat - Int'l Association & Aerospace Workers represented by IAMAW

June 2012:

  • Town of Kentville represented by CUPE

April 2012:

  • Ottawa Foyers Partage represented by CUPE
  • Crossroads Child Care represented by SEIU
  • Rink Avenue Day Care Co-op represented by CUPE
  • Community Living - Sarnia & District represented by CUPE

January 2012:

  • Findhelp Information Services represented by CUPE
  • Zip Track represented by CUPE
  • Access Independent Living represented by SEIU

October 2011:

  • HGC Management Inc. represented by CUPE

May 2011:

  • OCUFA represented by CUPE
  • Terrace Women`s Resource Centre Society represented by CUPE
  • Campus Day Care Centre Coo-op respresented by CUPE

April 2011:

  • 1175694 Ontario Inc. represented by CUPE

March 2011:

  • Sunny Faces Day Care represented by CUPE

January 2011:

  • Mother  of Compassion Child Care Centre represented by CUPE
  • Garderie Les Petits Amis & Children of the Universe represented by CUPE
  • Consumer/Survivor Business Council of Ontario represented by CUPE
  • CUPE Local 4600 represented by CAW

December 2010:

  • Fort Rouge Co-op Day Nursery Care Centre represented by CUPE
  • Knox Day Nursery represented by CUPE

October 2010:

  • Municipality of Kings County represented by CUPE

July 2010:

  • Pro-Tec Fire Services represented by PSAC

June 2010:

  • PEI Federation represented by CUPE
  • Waste Management Inc. (Hauling) represented by CUPE
  • Waste Management Inc. (Landfield) represented by CUPE

May 2010:

  • Kawartha Downs Limited represented by SEIU
  • Hardman Group represented by CUPE
  • Campus Day Care Centre Coo-op represented by CUPE

April 2010:

  • Total Community Enviroment represented by CUPE
  • Ottawa Carleton Lifeskill Inc. represented by CUPE
  • Community Living Oshawa Clarington
  • Community Living Glengarry represented by CUPE
  • Community Living South Muskoka represented by CUPE

March 2010:

  • YES Employment Services represented by CAW

January 2010:

  • CUPE Local 3904 represented by CUPE

October 2009:

  • PEI Federation of Labourt represented by CUPE

September 2009:

  • YWCA - Peterborough, Victoria & Haliburton represented by CUPE
  • Queens County Residence Services Inc represented by CUPE
  • Sodexo Canada Ltd. UNB/Fredericton represented by CUPE
  • Dalhousie C.H.O.I.C.E.S. represented by CUPE
  • Superior Greenstone ACL represented by CUPE
  • CUPE Local 3902-UOT

June 2009:

  • Workers Art and Heritage Centre represented by CUPE

March 2009:

  • CUPE Local 3906 represented represented by CUPE
  • BFI Canada represented represented by CUPE
  • St. Christopher House represented by CUPE
  • McMaster University Graduate represented by CUPE
  • Amethyst Women's Addiction Centre represented by PSAC

January 2009:

  • Graduate Students Associations-York University represented by CUPE

July 2008:

  • Brookfield Properties represented by CUPE
  • Community Living St Catharines represented by CUPE
  • Oxfam Canada represented by CUPE
  • Lawrence Heights represented by CUPE
  • Sussex Valve represented by CUPE
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters - Ottawa represented by CUPE
  • Garda - transport de valeurs represented by CUPE
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