We are CUPE 2424.

We represent 1000+ administrative, technical, and library workers at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. Our elected leaders and volunteers work tirelessly to advance the rights and protect the welfare of our members.

We negotiate the terms of our Collective Agreement on behalf of members to improve social and economic conditions for all, helping to make Carleton one of the top employers in the nation’s capital. In collaboration with our employer, we aim to ensure a safe, healthy, harassment free workplace.

We also reach outward as part of a broader labour movement for greater social justice, fairness, equity, and equality in the Canadian workforce and society.

We build a stronger university and community. Together, we make Carleton work.

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