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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

July 3, 2015

White Rock airs private plans for garbage collection

WHITE ROCK – City Council’s soliciting for private solid waste collection has local CUPE municipal workers and residents concerned.  Among the options being touted by Council are moving the collection for single-family dwellings from the current public service to private for-profit collection. What was thought by many to be a public forum on the issue scheduled for late in the day June 30 (just before Canada Day) turned out to be more like mini-trade show -  without chairs, microphones ...

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