BURNABY—With its collective agreement expiring on March 31 next year, CUPE’s Community Social Services sector is holding a bargaining survey to canvass member priorities in preparation for the next round of bargaining.
BURNABY—Registration is now open for the CUPE Health Care Bargaining Conference, a one-day gathering for CUPE members in the Health Science Professionals Bargaining Association and Community Bargaining Association.
Although the last provincial election seems like years ago now, the reality is that the new BC NDP government led by Premier John Horgan has been in office for just six months as you read this edition of Public Employee. While much has already been accomplished, much more remains to be done after 16 years of right-wing BC Liberal government. (For a more detailed assessment of the government’s first six months, see Page 10.)
KELOWNA – In an effort to avoid any strike action, CUPE 338 members who work as jail guards at the Kelowna RCMP detachment have agreed to enter binding arbitration with Commissionaires BC.
COQUITLAM — CUPE 561 and School District 43 (Coquitlam) recently announced that a tentative deal has been reached on the transfer of active non-teaching pension plan (NTPP) employees to the Municipal Pension Plan (MPP).
KELOWNA – CUPE Local 338 members who work as jail guards at the Kelowna RCMP Detachment have re-issued 72-hour strike notice to Commissionaires BC, to be effective as of 6:00 a.m. Friday, December 22.
BURNABY – Simon Fraser University (SFU) student residence workers voted in favour of joining CUPE Local 3338 last week in a vote administered by the BC Labour Relations Board (LRB).