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Pouce Coupe civic workers join CUPE 2403

Pouce Coupe civic workers join CUPE 2403

POUCE COUPE – Nine employees from the Village of Pouce Coupe have become members of CUPE Local 2403, Dawson Creek civic workers.  “I’m pleased to welcome these workers to Local 2403,” said Acting President Melina Sweezey. “They will be a good fit with the members we represent in Dawson Creek.” The workers voted to join CUPE in a Labour Board vote counted on Friday, January 22.

CUPE 2403 represents approximately 150 workers including outside workers, bylaw officers, parks workers, administrative office staff and recreation workers, as well as sub-locals for library workers and the Peace Regional District.

 

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