Bargaining
AUGUST 1, 2013

CUPE will resume K-12 bargaining in August

VANCOUVER—CUPE is eager to get back to the bargaining table to reach a fair and reasonable settlement. Tentative dates have...

Bargaining
JULY 19, 2013

CUPE National and CUPE BC presidents join locked out NSWC employees on picket line

NORTH VANCOUVER—CUPE National President Paul Moist and CUPE BC President Mark Hancock joined locked out CUPE 389 members on the...

Bargaining
JULY 18, 2013

CUPE member hit by car at NSWC picket line

NORTH VANCOUVER – Day 75 of the North Shore Winter Club (NSWC) lockout took an unexpected turn when a CUPE...

News
JULY 15, 2013

Community living and family service programs may be cut as Liberals fail to provide promised bridge funding

BURNABY - Services for vulnerable families may be cut across B.C. following the government's failure to provide bridge funding for...

News
JULY 10, 2013

All Community Social Service workers deserve their negotiated pay increase

BURNABY—Your multi-union bargaining association is working to ensure that all community social service workers receive the wage increase they are...

Bargaining
JULY 10, 2013

CUPE education workers’ strike mandate set

BURNABY—After the first week of summer vacation for students, education workers across the province are resolved to make sure BC...

News
JULY 9, 2013

Kelowna youth programs face cuts ahead of by-election

The B.C. Liberal government’s failure to properly fund the Okanagan Boys and Girls Club in Kelowna-Westside may lead to youth...

News
JULY 8, 2013

Local government by-elections crucial to democracy—CUPE BC

BURNABY—In order to ensure proper representation for local governments, Premier Christy Clark should instruct her caucus members who left local...

Bargaining
JULY 2, 2013

SFU workers ratify deal

BURNABY – The prolonged labour dispute between Simon Fraser University and the 1,000 members of CUPE Local 3338 has finally...