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Our Work in Your Community: CUPE Nova Scotia

In Nova Scotia, we look out for each other and, from Yarmouth to Meat Cove, CUPE is looking out for you.

You can find us providing service in hospitals; supporting seniors, children and people with disabilities; and working in our schools, universities, and libraries.

Across our province, we help keep the taps flowing, the school buses moving, and the roads clear in winter.

We’re more than 19,000 workers strong. We are CUPE Nova Scotia and we’re proud of our work in your community.

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