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JUNE 28, 2016

CUPE 1936 welcomes 66 new members on North Shore

NORTH VANCOUVER—CUPE Local 1936 (Community Social Services Workers—Greater Vancouver) is pleased to welcome 66 community-based service employees who work for...

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JUNE 21, 2016

CUPE BC celebrates National Aboriginal Day

BURNABY—CUPE BC President Paul Faoro, on behalf of Secretary-Treasurer Trevor Davies, the provincial executive board, and the union’s 85,000 members...

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JUNE 20, 2016

Comox Valley Residents Overwhelmingly Reject P3 for Wastewater

  COURTENAY – Residents in Union Bay, Royston and Kilmarnock voted down a proposed Public-Private Partnership (P3) for wastewater treatment in...

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JUNE 20, 2016

Help Defend Public Library Services at Coquitlam Public Libraries

COQUITLAM – CUPE 561 is asking for your help to defend valuable public library services at the Coquitlam Public Library...

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JUNE 17, 2016

VSB Re-Signs Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreement

BURNABY – The Vancouver Board of Education has re-signed the Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreement with the Musqueam Nation after 16...

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JUNE 15, 2016

CUPE BC to Clark—77 percent of British Columbians oppose government subsidy to private schools

BURNABY—As another difficult and challenging school year comes to a close for educators and education workers, CUPE BC has a...

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JUNE 14, 2016

CUPE stands in solidarity with the LGBTTI community and condemns hate in all its forms

CUPE BC joins with National President Mark Hancock and CUPE National to condemn the mass killing in Orlando and stand...

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JUNE 13, 2016

CUPE 561 concerned about developments at Coquitlam Public Library

COQUITLAM – CUPE 561 is raising a red flag about recent actions of the Coquitlam Public Library (CPL) Board to...

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JUNE 8, 2016

K-12 locals join parents and school districts in budget actions

BURNABY – CUPE locals across B.C. are supporting school trustees, parent advisory groups and other education unions who are standing...