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When you get involved with CUPE it means learning new things about yourself, your union, and your community. One of the...

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So-called ‘economic stability dividend’ amounts to pennies a day

BURNABY—Today’s announcement by the BC Liberal provincial government that public sector workers, including many CUPE members, will receive a very...

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JUNE 28, 2016

CUPE 1936 welcomes 66 new members on North Shore

NORTH VANCOUVER—CUPE Local 1936 (Community Social Services Workers—Greater Vancouver) is pleased to welcome 66 community-based service employees who work for...

JUNE 21, 2016

CUPE BC celebrates National Aboriginal Day

BURNABY—CUPE BC President Paul Faoro, on behalf of Secretary-Treasurer Trevor Davies, the provincial executive board, and the union’s 85,000 members...

JUNE 20, 2016

Comox Valley Residents Overwhelmingly Reject P3 for Wastewater

  COURTENAY – Residents in Union Bay, Royston and Kilmarnock voted down a proposed Public-Private Partnership (P3) for wastewater treatment in...