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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 22, 2014

New agreement ratified for CUPE 2058 in the City of Langley

LANGLEY – CUPE 2058 and the City of Langley have ratified a new collective agreement. Andrew Brown, president of CUPE 2058, said that it was a respectful round of bargaining, and that the new agreement will provide stability and certainty for the city and its employees. Settlement highlights include improvements in seniority rights for temporary full-time employees and improvements to general leave and union security provisions. The four-year agreement includes the regional wage pattern for Metro ...

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