Presidents Message
Mark Hancock

Mark Hancock,
President, CUPE BC

Convention to set stage for political action heading into local elections

Welcome to the Convention 2014 edition of the Public Employee. You’ll notice a new look and a new logo for our union as we close the book on our 50th anniversary and begin the second half of CUPE BC’s more...
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Recent News

April 22, 2014
BURNABY – The British Columbia Teachers’ Federation has issued 72-hour strike notice in response to disappointing progress in their negotiations, and job action can begin tomorrow Wednesday, April
April 22, 2014
WHITE ROCK – CUPE has written directly to City of White Rock residents and businesses in anticipation of possible job action. CUPE 402-01 President Mike Guraliuk said that with essential service levels
April 14, 2014
WHITE ROCK – Workers in the City of White Rock took another step toward job action today, as essential service levels in the event of a strike or lockout were finalized. Following two days of mediation
April 12, 2014
VANCOUVER - Close to 100 delegates attended the economic breakfast at CUPE BC Convention Friday morning.   “The Conservativesclaim Canada’s economy and job market are outperforming other