Canadian Hearing Society and CUPE engage in productive labour discussions

TORONTO, March 29, 2017 /CNW/ - Today, the Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) and CUPE 2073 met in-person, following ongoing negotiations conducted through the Ministry of Labour's appointed mediators.

The Canadian Hearing Society is pleased with progress at the bargaining process and looks forward to continued meaningful dialogue with CUPE. The two parties are currently working to schedule the next negotiation session.

CHS's goal is to find a solution that serves the interests of both its employees and the organization for the long term, while continuing to provide the much-needed services and programs for the people it serves.

The Canadian Hearing Society greatly appreciates the patience of the Deaf and hard of hearing communities as we work to reach a resolution.

About the Canadian Hearing Society
Trusted since 1940, the Canadian Hearing Society has been providing industry-leading services, programs and products to Deaf and hard of hearing Canadians to ensure barrier-free access and increased quality of life. It is an independent, registered non-profit organization that reinvests proceeds from product and program sales back into community services, the focus of our business. For more information on our services we invite you to visit

SOURCE The Canadian Hearing Society

For further information: For media inquiries, please contact: Kara-Ann Miel, Director, Marketing & Communications, Canadian Hearing Society, Voice or Text: 416-577-7993, Email:

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