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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: Tom O'Leary, CUPE National Rep, BC Regional Office

July 24, 2015

Qualicum Beach workers set to launch first-ever strike

QUALICUM BEACH - CUPE municipal workers in Qualicum Beach have served 72 -hour strike notice. The strike will begin at 10:26 am on Sunday, July 26 in the form of an overtime ban. The move by the 46 members of CUPE Local 401 came after mediated talks with the town of Qualicum Beach broke down last month.  CUPE Local 401 President Blaine Gurrie says “our priority is to get back to the bargaining table and reaching a fair settlement so we can focus on best serving the citizens of Qualicum Beach.  ...

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