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CUPE 1767, BC Assessment reach tentative agreement

CUPE 1767, BC Assessment reach tentative agreement

October 4, 2022
CUPE 1767 and BC Assessment have reached a tentative agreement for a new three-year contract, which will run retroactively from January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2024. The tentative agreement…
CUPE 1767 and BC Assessment have reached a tentative agreement for a new three-year contract, which will run retroactively from January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2024. The tentative agreement...

Bulletin – Presidents Council endorses Provincial Framework Agreement

Bulletin – Presidents Council endorses Provincial Framework Agreement

September 23, 2022
The K-12 Presidents are endorsing the new Provincial Framework Agreement reached last week. The British Columbia Public School Employers’ Association (BCPSEA) also endorses the agreement. Both recommend the agreement be…
The K-12 Presidents are endorsing the new Provincial Framework Agreement reached last week. The British Columbia Public School Employers’ Association (BCPSEA) also endorses the agreement. Both recommend the agreement be...

School support workers reach tentative deal with BC public schools

School support workers reach tentative deal with BC public schools

September 16, 2022
Burnaby – A tentative provincial framework agreement has been reached between the unions representing B.C.’s 40,000 school support workers and the British Columbia Public School Employers’ Association (BCPSEA). “Our bargaining…
Burnaby – A tentative provincial framework agreement has been reached between the unions representing B.C.’s 40,000 school support workers and the British Columbia Public School Employers’ Association (BCPSEA). “Our bargaining...

Library Workers Vote to Strike, Seeking Equal Pay for Equal Work

Library Workers Vote to Strike, Seeking Equal Pay for Equal Work

August 25, 2022
Library workers at the Powell River Public Library, represented by CUPE Local 798, voted 100% in favour of a strike in a vote held Tuesday, August 23, 2022. Workers have…
Library workers at the Powell River Public Library, represented by CUPE Local 798, voted 100% in favour of a strike in a vote held Tuesday, August 23, 2022. Workers have...

CUPE 118 and District of Tofino reach tentative agreement in mediation

CUPE 118 and District of Tofino reach tentative agreement in mediation

June 29, 2022
TOFINO – CUPE 118, representing municipal workers in Tofino, and the District of Tofino reached a tentative agreement Tuesday after two days of mediation. “We are confident that the agreement…
TOFINO – CUPE 118, representing municipal workers in Tofino, and the District of Tofino reached a tentative agreement Tuesday after two days of mediation. “We are confident that the agreement...

Bulletin – Thank you to all school support workers

Bulletin – Thank you to all school support workers

June 24, 2022
With summer upon us, the K-12 Presidents Council would like to thank all school support workers for their exemplary service through another challenging school year. As the pandemic continues, your…
With summer upon us, the K-12 Presidents Council would like to thank all school support workers for their exemplary service through another challenging school year. As the pandemic continues, your...

CUPE 1760, United Way BC improve mental health coverage and convert multiple precarious jobs to regular status

CUPE 1760, United Way BC improve mental health coverage and convert multiple precarious jobs to regular status

April 14, 2022
BURNABY—United Way British Columbia (UWBC) and CUPE Local 1760 have agreed to increase extended health coverage to a combined maximum of $1,200 per year per person for accessing psychologists (including…
BURNABY—United Way British Columbia (UWBC) and CUPE Local 1760 have agreed to increase extended health coverage to a combined maximum of $1,200 per year per person for accessing psychologists (including...

Following vote for new agreement, City of Duncan employees continue work delivering services for residents

Following vote for new agreement, City of Duncan employees continue work delivering services for residents

March 15, 2022
DUNCAN—For members of CUPE Local 358 working for the City of Duncan, voting in favour of ratifying a new collective agreement is just the first step in working with the…
DUNCAN—For members of CUPE Local 358 working for the City of Duncan, voting in favour of ratifying a new collective agreement is just the first step in working with the...

Bulletin – Bargaining Update: far apart on money issues, more work to be done

Bulletin – Bargaining Update: far apart on money issues, more work to be done

March 10, 2022
The K-12 provincial bargaining committee met last week with their counterparts from the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association. This third session focused primarily on monetary issues, including wages and term…
The K-12 provincial bargaining committee met last week with their counterparts from the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association. This third session focused primarily on monetary issues, including wages and term...