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May 18, 2011

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Community Social Services strike votes adding up

BURNABY — CUPE’s community social services workers have completed their strike votes and added them to the CSS Bargaining Association sector-wide vote.

The Community Social Services Bargaining Association Negotiating Committee is scheduled to meet to tabulate the votes on May 27-28. The committee will also be discussing strike actions, campaigns and member involvement. The committee expects to notify the Labour Relations Board (LRB) of the results of the strike vote on Monday, May 30. 

Meanwhile, the Unions continue working on setting essential services levels. With the cooperation of the Employer and the Employer’s bargaining agent, we believe we can complete this process by the end of the month.

Please continue to check our bargaining website at www.cssfairdeal.ca for updates.

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