MONTROSE – CUPE 2087 members (municipal workers in the Village of Montrose) and the Village of Montrose have both voted in favour of ratifying a new collective agreement.
BURNABY—CUPE 1816 members on rotating legal job actions against Pacific Blue Cross found themselves locked out this morning, the result of a company policy announced as the Union held a rally outside the benefit provider’s offices last week.
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.
BURNABY— CUPE BC President Paul Faoro made the following statement following news tonight that Lieutenant Governor has asked BC NDP Leader John Horgan to form a new government:
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.
BURNABY—CUPE BC Secretary-Treasurer Trevor Davies will be one of three labour leaders calling on Pacific Blue Cross to abandon its targeting of retiree benefits when CUPE 1816 holds a rally on Friday at the company’s main office.
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.
BURNABY—Following the delivery of the Throne Speech yesterday by Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon, CUPE BC President Paul Faoro issued the following statement:
BURNABY—CUPE 1816 ramped up its job action on Wednesday, with 450 of its members taking to the street in a highly visible protest against Pacific Blue Cross’s targeting of their retiree benefits and failure to bargain a fair collective agreement.
CUMBERLAND – Municipal workers in Cumberland, represented by CUPE 556, met Monday to ratify a new tentative agreement with the Village of Cumberland.