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Public Employee - Spring 2023
Convention 2024
Proud. Strong. United.
CUPE BC is the largest union in BC, with more than 100,000 members working in hundreds of occupations that help keep communities strong.

Bulletin – More CUPE members now covered by WorkSafeBC mental-health presumption

Convention 2024

Bulletin – More CUPE members now covered by WorkSafeBC mental-health presumption

Convention 2024

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Bulletin – More CUPE members now covered by WorkSafeBC mental-health presumption

Bulletin – More CUPE members now covered by WorkSafeBC mental-health presumption

June 11, 2024
The BC Ministry of Labour added 11 new occupations to the mental-health presumption under the Workers Compensation Act this week. This will allow more CUPE members faster access to treatment…
The BC Ministry of Labour added 11 new occupations to the mental-health presumption under the Workers Compensation Act this week. This will allow more CUPE members faster access to treatment...

City of Trail and CUPE 2087 ratify new agreement

City of Trail and CUPE 2087 ratify new agreement

May 27, 2024
TRAIL— CUPE 2087 members, Trail municipal workers, and the City of Trail have ratified a new three-year agreement. “Our members are proud to serve the community they work and live…
TRAIL— CUPE 2087 members, Trail municipal workers, and the City of Trail have ratified a new three-year agreement. “Our members are proud to serve the community they work and live...

Bulletin – B.C. moving forward with seamless childcare in schools

Bulletin – B.C. moving forward with seamless childcare in schools

May 16, 2024
The provincial government will be moving forward with fully integrating before- and after-school care into B.C. schools, staffed by K-12 school support workers. This initiative will use existing school space…
The provincial government will be moving forward with fully integrating before- and after-school care into B.C. schools, staffed by K-12 school support workers. This initiative will use existing school space...

CUPE BC Statement on the Passing of UFCW 1518 President Kim Novak

CUPE BC Statement on the Passing of UFCW 1518 President Kim Novak

May 6, 2024
BURNABY— Kim Novak was more than a union leader. She was a dynamic, dedicated, and passionate advocate for some of the most overlooked workers in our province. A friend to…
BURNABY— Kim Novak was more than a union leader. She was a dynamic, dedicated, and passionate advocate for some of the most overlooked workers in our province. A friend to...

CUPE BC sets sights on worker power at the ballot box

CUPE BC sets sights on worker power at the ballot box

April 27, 2024
“When we plan together, bargain together, campaign together, and stand together…we win” – Karen Ranalletta, CUPE BC President to 2024 CUPE BC convention VANCOUVER— Wrapping up four days of discussions…
“When we plan together, bargain together, campaign together, and stand together…we win” – Karen Ranalletta, CUPE BC President to 2024 CUPE BC convention VANCOUVER— Wrapping up four days of discussions...

Worker solidarity: protecting hard-fought worker’s rights in upcoming elections

Worker solidarity: protecting hard-fought worker’s rights in upcoming elections

April 27, 2024
VANCOUVER— Enhance and defend worker rights. Strengthen labour laws. Support the right of workers to organize. These are the things Bea Bruske, president of the Canadian Labour Congress, said politicians…
VANCOUVER— Enhance and defend worker rights. Strengthen labour laws. Support the right of workers to organize. These are the things Bea Bruske, president of the Canadian Labour Congress, said politicians...