Labour to Pacific Blue Cross: Lose the double standard

Union leaders call on benefits provider to abandon assault on workers’ retiree benefits
BURNABY—B.C. labour leaders attending a rally today in support of CUPE 1816 members heaped scorn on their employer, Pacific Blue Cross (PBC), for targeting their retiree benefits while promoting the company as a progressive benefits provider.

http://www.cupe.bc.ca/labour_to_pacific_blue_cross_lose_the_double_standard

CUPE 1004 stands in solidarity with injured traffic control worker

VANCOUVER -- On behalf of the 3500 members of CUPE Local 1004, including the outside workers of the City of Vancouver and the Vancouver Park Board, we send our most sincere condolences to the construction flagger who was viciously attacked and run over yesterday in Burnaby.

http://www.cupe.bc.ca/cupe_1004_stands_in_solidarity_with_injured_traffic_control_worker

CUPE 1816 members “stronger than ever” in fight for fairness

BURNABY—Despite recent attempts by the Employer to defend its concessionary bargaining package, CUPE 1816 members who work for the benefits provider Pacific Blue Cross (PBC) are stronger than ever in their fight to defend their retiree benefits, says Local president Beth Miller.

http://www.cupe.bc.ca/cupe_1816_members_stronger_than_ever_in_fight_for_fairness

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