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CUPE represents over 2,600 library workers in 26 public library systems throughout British Columbia.

CUPE library workers are passionate about libraries and are deeply committed to providing quality library service in communities where we work. We believe that “Library Workers make Libraries Work!”

CUPE advocates on behalf our members on issues that affect us and for improvements in library services. Our members have worked cooperatively with library management and boards to deliver successful library advocacy campaigns over the past 20 years. We hope to continue to do so in the coming years.

CUPE also represent library workers in many public schools, colleges and universities.

Please click here for a full listing of the public libraries in British Columbia where CUPE members work.

Sector Coordinator: Heather Inglis CUPE National Rep, BC Regional Office

April 1, 2014

CUPE BC supports library conference

BC Library Conference: CUPE BC president Mark Hancock with keynote speaker Ivan Coyote and CUPE BC Library Committee members Renee Milaney and Denise Parks. VANCOUVER—The 2014 BC Library Association conference themed Hello,World! opened last night with a keynote speech by award-winning author and engaging storyteller Ivan Coyote. Ivan talked about the importance of public libraries from a personal and a political and social perspective. Ivan’s claim that “libraries change the world” met with ...

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