Bulletin – Wanted: Public Education Benefit Trustees

Becoming a Public Education Benefit Trust trustee is a unique and rewarding opportunity to play a critical role on how benefits and other health and wellbeing services are delivered to members in our provinces K-12 sector. There are currently two vacancies on the PEBT Board of Trustees. Appointments will be made by CUPE, effective January […]

Collaboration makes Summer Reading Club meaningful to community

This final feature marking National Library Month covers the BCLA Summer Reading Club award given to CUPE 389 members Kate Longley from the North Vancouver City Library and Danielle Wing from the North Vancouver District Library. This commentary by CUPE BC President Karen Ranalletta also spotlights the important services CUPE members provide in libraries. NORTH […]

Bowen Island municipal workers unanimously endorse first contract

BOWEN ISLAND—Municipal workers on Bowen Island, members of CUPE 1004, achieved a historic first contract following a unanimous ratification vote that concluded on November 1. “This first contract sets a good framework for our members to build on in upcoming rounds of bargaining,” said CUPE 1004 President Andrew Ledger. “I’d like to thank the bargaining […]