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.
Public Employee Spring 2022
Aubrey Burton/Reg Ford Memorial Scholarship
CUPE BC Campaigns
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.
Aubrey Burton/Reg Ford Memorial Scholarship
CUPE BC Campaigns
Find your local here.
CUPE BC represents more than 100,000 workers in more than 160 locals across the province. Find your local here.

Explore our sectors

CUPE Locals and District Councils sponsor training workshops for their members throughout the year.

No data was found

CUPEBClogo-2021-iconGet exclusive updates from CUPE BC

CUPE bc news

Bulletin – Thank you to all school support workers

Bulletin – Thank you to all school support workers

June 24, 2022
With summer upon us, the K-12 Presidents Council would like to thank all school support workers for their exemplary service through another challenging school year. As the pandemic continues, your…
With summer upon us, the K-12 Presidents Council would like to thank all school support workers for their exemplary service through another challenging school year. As the pandemic continues, your...

21 ways to Celebrate June 21, National Indigenous Peoples Day

21 ways to Celebrate June 21, National Indigenous Peoples Day

June 21, 2022
National Indigenous Peoples Day is a national day to celebrate Indigenous peoples across Canada and takes place every year on June 21. The National Union has issued a statement and…
National Indigenous Peoples Day is a national day to celebrate Indigenous peoples across Canada and takes place every year on June 21. The National Union has issued a statement and...

CUPE 1760, United Way BC ratify new collective agreement

CUPE 1760, United Way BC ratify new collective agreement

June 20, 2022
BURNABY-CUPE 1760 and United Way British Columbia (UWBC) have ratified a new collective agreement – the first since United Way of the Lower Mainland amalgamated last year with five other…
BURNABY-CUPE 1760 and United Way British Columbia (UWBC) have ratified a new collective agreement – the first since United Way of the Lower Mainland amalgamated last year with five other...

CUPE 403 donates $5000 to Langley Foundry to Support Community

CUPE 403 donates $5000 to Langley Foundry to Support Community

June 15, 2022
LANGLEY—CUPE 403, representing nearly 900 Langley Municipal Workers, has shown significant support for the mental health and well-being of their community through a generous donation of $5000 to the Foundry…
LANGLEY—CUPE 403, representing nearly 900 Langley Municipal Workers, has shown significant support for the mental health and well-being of their community through a generous donation of $5000 to the Foundry...

District of Tofino workers vote to strike

District of Tofino workers vote to strike

June 10, 2022
TOFINO-CUPE 118 members working for the District of Tofino voted to strike on June 9 after hitting an impasse in negotiations. The CUPE 118 bargaining committee says workers deserve a…
TOFINO-CUPE 118 members working for the District of Tofino voted to strike on June 9 after hitting an impasse in negotiations. The CUPE 118 bargaining committee says workers deserve a...

Full-capacity emergency response the best defense against heat dome tragedies, says CUPE

Full-capacity emergency response the best defense against heat dome tragedies, says CUPE

June 10, 2022
BURNABY—The provincial government’s report to the chief coroner on last summer’s heat-related deaths is an important first step in identifying preventive measures to help save lives, but effective response to…
BURNABY—The provincial government’s report to the chief coroner on last summer’s heat-related deaths is an important first step in identifying preventive measures to help save lives, but effective response to...