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MAY 15, 2017

Custodian survey: preliminary results show B.C. schools ‘in a mess’

BURNABY – Preliminary results from a survey of CUPE custodians throughout B.C. indicate that a startling number of janitors—55.4 per...

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MAY 3, 2017

CUPE BC continues strong advocacy for public library services through BCLA participation

VANCOUVER – CUPE BC, CUPE BC’s library committee and many CUPE library workers from around the province participated yet again...

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MAY 1, 2017

Pacific Blue Cross workers file 72-hour strike notice

BURNABY—CUPE Local 1816, representing more than 600 employees of the benefits provider Pacific Blue Cross (PBC), filed 72-hour strike notice...

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APRIL 29, 2017

54th Annual Convention delegates head home after productive and inspiring 4 days

VICTORIA—CUPE BC’s 54th annual Convention wrapped up in Victoria today, with delegates electing a new Executive Board (including two new...

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APRIL 29, 2017

Frank Lee elected DVP, wins disability award

VICTORIA—CUPE 1004 Secretary-Treasurer Frank Lee is the inaugural recipient of CUPE BC’s Disability Award for outstanding activism on behalf of...

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APRIL 29, 2017

CUPE BC Convention elects new Executive Board for 2017-2019

VICTORIA—Delegates to CUPE BC’s 54th annual convention today elected a new Executive Board to lead the union for the next...

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APRIL 29, 2017

‘Thank you for being political’: Lanzinger

VICTORIA—CUPE BC’s boldly partisan stance in support of the BC NDP is a benefit to working British Columbians and could...

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APRIL 29, 2017

Pivot, CUPE in the same fight: Pacey

VICTORIA—Organizations like CUPE and the Pivot Legal Society strengthen communities by giving voice to workers and the powerless — often...