/
/
/
/
/
Support locked-out UFCW workers—shop elsewhere!

Support locked-out UFCW workers—shop elsewhere!

VANCOUVER—UFCW 1518 is asking all union members and the general public to respect its picket lines at the downtown Marketplace IGA store (#110-909 Burrard Street) after the employer locked out its members on July 29.

The main issues in the dispute are wage increases, benefits for part-time workers, and positions that are filled out of seniority.

Until the dispute is resolved, the union is asking downtown residents and visitors to respect its picket lines by shopping at the following alternate locations:

Safeway:  1766 Robson Street and 1641 Davie Street

Urban Fare:  1133 Alberni Street, 305 Bute Street and 177 Davie Street

Shoppers Drug Mart:  1125 Davie Street

Super Valu:  1255 Davie Street

COPE491
Share this
Share on facebook
Share on twitter

Latest News

Court ruling on Cambie clinic another stake in the heart for private health care, says CUPE BC

Court ruling on Cambie clinic another stake in the heart for private health care, says CUPE BC

July 15, 2022
VANCOUVER—Today’s ruling by the B.C. Court of Appeal dismissing a constitutional challenge by Brian Day and his Cambie Surgery Centre is another important win for public health care and a…
VANCOUVER—Today’s ruling by the B.C. Court of Appeal dismissing a constitutional challenge by Brian Day and his Cambie Surgery Centre is another important win for public health care and a...

CUPE welcomes new members at Summerland Community Support

CUPE welcomes new members at Summerland Community Support

July 11, 2022
SUMMERLAND – Workers at Summerland Community Support are the latest members to join B.C.’s largest union following a four-week education campaign. The newest CUPE members will become a new unit…
SUMMERLAND – Workers at Summerland Community Support are the latest members to join B.C.’s largest union following a four-week education campaign. The newest CUPE members will become a new unit...

Fraser River Indigenous Society workers join CUPE 1936 using new single-step certification

Fraser River Indigenous Society workers join CUPE 1936 using new single-step certification

July 6, 2022
CUPE is welcoming 16 new members at the Fraser River Indigenous Society where they will become the newest unit of Local 1936. These new members provide family development, early years…
CUPE is welcoming 16 new members at the Fraser River Indigenous Society where they will become the newest unit of Local 1936. These new members provide family development, early years...