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CUPE Today: CUPE Today comes out once a day, around ten in the morning. Each message contains the title and a short description of each story posted to the site the day before, with a hyperlink to the full content of that story on our web site.

Counterpoint: Counterpoint is CUPE's national quarterly newsletter. Counterpoint has been designed to bring you news on issues important to CUPE members from a national perspective.

Privatization Watch: Privatization Watch is a monthly bulletin tracking the latest news about P3s, contracting out and other attacks on public services. The bulletin also profiles public alternatives to privatization.

Global Justice News: Global Justice News provides insight into the work CUPE is doing to contribute to the struggle for global justice and to build effective strategies to defend workers’ rights, human rights and the quality of public services in our communities around the globe.

The Canary: Offering the latest news and developments in the health and safety world, The Canary looks at the occupational impacts for CUPE members and Canadian workers.

TableTalk: Tabletalk – your bargaining resource – provides CUPE local bargaining committees, elected officers and servicing representatives with useful information for preparing — and negotiating — bargaining demands.

Pension Bulletin: This online newsletter profiles the important work that CUPE members are doing to help protect retirement security – as pension activists and as pension trustees across the country.

Economy at Work: Economy at Work is published four times a year to provide workers and their representatives with accessible information and analysis of relevant economic developments and to assist in bargaining. It replaces CUPE's previous publication, Economic Climate for Bargaining.