Bargaining updates from CUPE BC's 170 locals.

JANUARY 31, 2012

Provincial bargaining strategies conference to bridge CUPE sectors

RICHMOND—CUPE Regional’s first provincial bargaining strategies conference in three years kicks off this week (January 31-February 3), with about 260...

JANUARY 27, 2012

CUPE progressing on K-12 local agreements

BURNABY– In December, the Canadian Union of Public Employees, representing 26,000 members in B.C.’s public school system, reached a tentative...

JANUARY 26, 2012

First bargaining dates set for Community Social Services

Multi-union CSSBA, employers agency to commence talks during week of February 27BURNABY— Community-based social service workers across British Columbia are...

JANUARY 24, 2012

Community Health Services and Support – Members begin negotiations

BURNABY—Representatives of CUPE’s Community Health Services and Support members are set to begin talks with the employer this week.Delegates to...

JANUARY 17, 2012

CUPE Community social services workers deserve recognition and respect

BURNABY—Community Social Services workers deserve a fair wage increase that addresses the gap making us the lowest paid unionized public...

JANUARY 13, 2012

City of Nanaimo workers ratify three-year deal

NANAIMO— CUPE municipal workers and the City of Nanaimo have ratified a new collective agreement.750 members of CUPE 401 have...

DECEMBER 20, 2011

Tentative provincial agreement endorsed by K-12 Presidents’ Council

BURNABY—CUPE has reached a tentative Provincial Framework Agreement with the BC Public Schools Employers’ Association (BCPSEA). The Framework Agreement was...

OCTOBER 31, 2011

Victoria municipal workers reach tentative agreement

VICTORIA—CUPE Local 50 and the city of Victoria have reached a tentative agreement. Details will be released once the union,...

OCTOBER 25, 2011

CUPE Universities Coordinated Bargaining Committee

In March 2010, 8 of the 10 locals that make up CUPE’s Universities Coordinated Bargaining Committee (UCBC) served notice to...