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CUPE health sector to hold bargaining conference in February

CUPE health sector to hold bargaining conference in February

BURNABY—Registration is now open for the CUPE Health Care Bargaining Conference, a one-day gathering for CUPE members in the Health Science Professionals Bargaining Association and Community Bargaining Association.

 

The conference, to be held on Tuesday, February 6 at the Inn at the Quay in New Westminster, will feature a guest speech from BC Health Coalition Co-chair Edith MacHattie and include sector breakouts sessions for HSPBA and CBA delegates.

The conference is aimed at ratifying proposals for submission to the Associations Negotiating Committee for its consideration and to elect representatives to the Associations Negotiating Committee.

To register for the conference, please complete this form and forward to CUPE Health Sector Coordinator Chris Losito by e-mail: closito@cupe.ca

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