News
DECEMBER 5, 2012

CoDevelopment Canada recognized for outstanding contribution to human rights

VANCOUVER—CoDevelopment Canada has been named the 2012 recipient of the Renate Shearer Award from the United Nations Association in Canada,...

News
DECEMBER 5, 2012

CUPE workers get contract at North Island College

COURTENAY—CUPE workers at North Island College have a new tentative collective agreement.  The agreement, signed yesterday, is a four-year, no-concessions...

News
DECEMBER 4, 2012

CUPE launches new disability rights awareness campaign

BURNABY—Canada’s largest union is launching a new disability rights awareness campaign today. The Canadian Union of Public Employees’ national campaign...

News
DECEMBER 4, 2012

Armstrong library workers vote to join CUPE

ARMSTRONG—Library workers at the Armstrong branch of the Okanagan Regional Library (ORL) voted overwhelmingly in favour of becoming the newest...

News
DECEMBER 4, 2012

Rotating Strike Action in Community Health

VANCOUVER— CUPE 15 members who work at the Vancouver Costal Health Authority and the Robert and Lily Lee Family Community...

News
DECEMBER 3, 2012

Battered Women’s Support Services local to join aboriginal social workers strike

VANCOUVER—Members of CUPE 1936 who work for Battered Women’s Support Services will be joining Aboriginal Service workers in solidarity tomorrow...

News
DECEMBER 3, 2012

CUPE colleges construct framework deal

VANCOUVER—Three days of intense bargaining has produced a provincial framework deal for CUPE college support workers. The template for agreement...

Bargaining
DECEMBER 3, 2012

Rotating strikes planned for Thursday, Friday as health science professionals pressure for a new union contract

VANCOUVER-As health science professionals return to the bargaining table today, plans to begin rotating strikes have been delayed one day...

Bargaining
NOVEMBER 30, 2012

CUPE 3004 ratifies new collective agreement

ELKFORD—The District of Elkford and its municipal workers, CUPE 3004 members, have reached a new four-year collective agreement.“We are pleased...