Bargaining

Bargaining updates from CUPE BC's 170 locals.

Bargaining
DECEMBER 19, 2016

CUPE 4500 members ratify new contract with Coast Mountain Bus Company

BURNABY—CUPE 4500, representing 165 transit supervisors, maintenance supervisors, and transit communications supervisors and coordinators in the Lower Mainland, have ratified...

Bargaining
JULY 21, 2016

Negotiations underway for CUPE members at PHS Community Services Society

VANCOUVER – CUPE 1004 and CUPE 1936 members who provide vital frontline services at supportive housing sites in Vancouver’s Downtown...

Bargaining
JUNE 7, 2016

Air Transat flight attendants get a tentative agreement

MONTREAL—Yesterday the Air Transat flight attendants’ union reached a tentative agreement with the employer to renew the collective agreement of...

Bargaining
MAY 13, 2016

VCC support staff ratifies collective agreement

VANCOUVER – CUPE 4627, support staff at Vancouver Community College, have ratified a tentative agreement reached late last week.

Bargaining
APRIL 19, 2016

CUPE 50 ratifies first collective agreement with City of Langford

LANGFORD – CUPE Local 50, representing 18 RCMP support workers, ratified a collective agreement with the City of Langford on...

Bargaining
DECEMBER 15, 2015

VIRL library workers send message with strong strike vote

NANAIMO – CUPE Local 401 members who work at Vancouver Island Regional Library (VIRL) have given their bargaining committee a...

Bargaining
DECEMBER 14, 2015

Grand Forks layoffs can be avoided say CUPE city workers

GRAND FORKS - City workers are calling on the Grand Forks Mayor and Council to start 2016 by taking another...

Bargaining
NOVEMBER 25, 2015

CUPE 3886 reaches tentative agreement with Royal Roads

VICTORIA – CUPE 3886, representing workers at Royal Roads University reached a tentative agreement late last week. “The dedication and...

Bargaining
OCTOBER 21, 2015

Alberni-Clayoquot workers approve strike mandate

PORT ALBERNI - CUPE Local 118 workers at the Alberni-Clayoquot Regional District have given their bargaining team a 90% strike...