BURNABY—Members in CUPE’s K-12 sector are participating in a bargaining survey to determine their priorities in preparation for the next round of bargaining.
SUMMERLAND— Members of CUPE 1136 have voted overwhelmingly in favour of ratifying a new five-year agreement. The tentative agreement was reached last week after multiple bargaining sessions and the District of Summerland has also voted in favour of ratifying the agreement.
SURREY – Women from the Metro Vancouver District Council hosted their annual International Women’s Day (IWD) lunch in Surrey last Thursday. The event is hosted in a different community each year and focuses on bringing activists and community members together to celebrate and honour women.
VANCOUVER – CUPE 15 members who work at Langara Students’ Union (LSU) recently reached a tentative agreement on a five-year deal.
International Women's Day celebrates the achievements of the past and ongoing efforts to build a world where all people are truly equal. The values and activism that women bring to our movement are integral to CUPE BC and the entire labour movement.
K-12 Presidents’ Council members witness the swearing in of three-year trustee, CUPE 779 President Andrea Smith from SD #46, Sea to Sky.
BURNABY—The K-12 Presidents' Council met for two days on Thursday and Friday to deal with Council business. Members were updated on the work of the violence in the workplace taskforce. They also began preparations for the next round of provincial bargaining. The current contract expires on June 30, 2019.
VANCOUVER – Workers at the AMS Sexual Assault Support Centre (SASC) at UBC voted to become members of CUPE 1936 in a BC Labour Relations Board vote conducted on February 22.
BURNABY—The results of CUPE’s bargaining survey for members in community social services have been complied and summarized and are ready for the CUPE CSS bargaining committee to use in developing proposals for bargaining.
VICTORIA - Yesterday’s Throne Speech outlining the John Horgan government’s agenda for this legislative session was a bold change of direction from previous BC Liberal governments, CUPE BC general vice presidents Michelle Waite and Karen Ranalletta said today.
NEW WESTMINSTER—CUPE members in B.C.’s community health sector continue to struggle with challenges such as low wages and high workload, but—with a new provincial government committed to a strong public health system and renewed efforts toward coordinated bargaining—there is cautious optimism heading into the coming round of contract negotiations, delegates to a CUPE health care bargaining conference found this week.