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CUPE represents over 24,000 employees in B.C.'s municipal sector and is CUPE 's biggest sector in British Columbia.

We are the biggest union in the municipal sector and represent the majority of public sector employees in this province's municipalities, including cities, districts, towns, villages, regional districts.

We represent inside and outside workers, as well as recreation employees, police and RCMP support workers in some parts of the province and employees at certain museums and art centres.

Click here for a full listing of the municipalities and municipal services in British Columbia in which we represent members.

Sector Coordinator: Joe Badali, CUPE National Rep, BC Regional Office

November 20, 2014

CUPE picket lines will stay up through Winterfest tree lighting

CASTLEGAR – With the ongoing labour dispute and the City’s refusal to bargain, CUPE city workers will be maintaining picket lines during Winterfest, including the planned tree lighting on December 5. CUPE 2262 president Leford Lafayette said that members regret that they find themselves in a situation where they are unable to support an event that they and their families enjoy every year. “We know that each year families gather at City Hall and downtown Castlegar with friends and neighbours, ...

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Nov 05, 2014

CASTLEGAR – CUPE 2262 members who work for the City of Castlegar have issued 72-hour strike notice of a full withdrawal of service. CUPE 2262 president more...

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