CUPE 1091 Election Results

CUPE 1091 held elections for 3 Executive and 1 Trustee position at the June 15 General Meeting.
Congratulations to the incoming executive members who were voted in for 2-year terms at the Jun 15 meeting:
Jonathan McCune - 1st VP
Eileen Penney - Treasurer
Kevin Berg-Iverson - 3rd VP

Trustee Larry Johnston was re-elected for a 3-year term.


CUPE LOCAL 1091 shall provide 3 scholarships of $500 each for children or grandchildren of members of Local 1091 who attend a BC Public School outside of the Delta School District and who are going on to post-secondary education and have made application to the Local.
Completed applications forms should be sent to the Union Office along with the requested final high school transcript and post-secondary acceptance letter no later than 4 pm on Friday, September 13, 2019.


CUPE National News

Premier Ford can’t wish hallway medicine away and cut millions of dollars in 2019

While Premier Doug Ford announced last week that, within a year, no more patients would receive care in hospital hallways, the spring 2019 provincial budget and an economic review by Ontario’s Financial Accountability Office (FAO) point to hallway medicine getting much worse as health care cuts intensify, reports released at Queen’s Park today show.

Victoria outside K-12 support workers ratify tentative agreement

CUPE 382, K-12 outside support workers at School District 61 in BC reached a tentative agreement on July 11 following four sessions of bargaining that began in June.  

CUPE 382 President Fred Schmidt noted that bargaining was reasonable, with no outlandish demands on either side.

“This was an amazing learning experience,” said Schmidt. “It’s so gratifying to come to equal outcomes at the end, and I recommend that all members get involved at some point.”

K-12 support workers in Delta, BC reach tentative agreement

CUPE 1091, K-12 support workers at School District 37 in Delta, BC reached a tentative agreement on July 11 following 12 sessions of bargaining that began in early May.

CUPE 1091 President Patti Price noted that each side of the table had three members with no previous bargaining experience. She said that it speaks well to the ability of both sides to work so well together to get things done.