Celebrate, honour, and learn about Black History

Black History Month: February 1 – 28, 2022 February is Black History Month, it is a time to celebrate and highlight Black history and culture, and to honour the ancestors and upcoming leaders of Black communities, their accomplishments, and their continued fight for liberation. It is also a time for all Canadians to reflect and […]

Successful library sector bargaining conference educates and inspires

BURNABY—CUPE BC President Karen Ranalletta welcomed participants to the B.C. library sector bargaining training and conference held January 26 – 28 via Zoom. Ranalletta said that the pandemic has highlighted the importance of the work public library workers do in communities. “Having a public library open in a community helps it thrive, not just survive.” […]