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SEPTEMBER 19, 2019

City of Vancouver outside workers open municipal bargaining with eyes on affordability

Union concerned their members can no longer afford to live in the communities they serve VANCOUVER—This week the City of...

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SEPTEMBER 18, 2019

CUPE 873-02, E-Comm bargaining talks go to mediation

RICHMOND—The BC Labour Relations Board has appointed mediator Trevor Sones to mediate contract talks between E-Comm Emergency Communications for British...

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SEPTEMBER 17, 2019

Stepping Forward to End Violence, Harassment and Bullying: CUPE BC Executive Board members participate in Be More Than a Bystander training

BURNABY - On Saturday, members of CUPE BC’s executive board who are men or identify as male participated in the...

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SEPTEMBER 16, 2019

CUPE 703 K-12 support workers ratify collective agreement

MAPLE RIDGE— After arduous bargaining sessions and mediation, CUPE 703, K-12 support workers at School District 42 in Maple Ridge/Pitt...

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SEPTEMBER 16, 2019

CUPE K-12 local applies for mediation in Saanich schools dispute

SAANICH – CUPE 441 applied for mediation Friday, September 13 on behalf of K-12 members who work in Saanich School...

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SEPTEMBER 12, 2019

K-12 support workers in Okanagan-Similkameen reach tentative agreement

OLIVER — CUPE 523, K-12 support workers at School District 53 in Okanagan-Similkameen reached a tentative agreement after five sessions...

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SEPTEMBER 11, 2019

Members in the Kootenays meet and learn

  CRESTON — CUPE’s Kootenay District Council (KDC) met in Creston from September 4 to September 7 to take care...

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SEPTEMBER 10, 2019

CUPE 593 K-12 support workers reach tentative agreement

MISSION — CUPE 593, K-12 support workers at School District 75 in Mission reached a tentative agreement on August 28...

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SEPTEMBER 6, 2019

Kamloops school fire heartbreaking for community

KAMLOOPS — Parents, children, support staff and teachers are trying to come to terms with a fire that burned down...