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CUPE 4500 members reach tentative agreement with Coast Mountain Bus Company

CUPE 4500 members reach tentative agreement with Coast Mountain Bus Company

BURNABY—CUPE 4500 members reached a tentative agreement with Coast Mountain Bus Company on Tuesday, January 28, following 14 bargaining sessions.

“I’d like to thank our bargaining committee who worked very hard on behalf of our members to settle a number of longstanding issues,” said CUPE 4500 President Neil Pepper. “We are pleased to recommend this tentative agreement to members for ratification.”

Details will not be available until CUPE 4500 members meet to review the tentative agreement and vote on ratification, most likely by mid-February.

CUPE 4500 represents approximately 190 frontline transit supervisors including Communications Supervisors, Transit Supervisors, and Maintenance Supervisors who work for Coast Mountain Bus Company.

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