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MAY 4, 2010

Tax fairness policy adopted

VANCOUVER—Delegates today adopted a comprehensive policy on tax fairness. The policy is a response to serious revenue problems at all...

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MAY 4, 2010

April 28: Remember the dead, fight for the living

BURNABY—April 28 is the National Day of Mourning for workers killed or injured as a result of unhealthy work environments.This...

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MAY 3, 2010

Community swims to celebrate May Day

SUMMERLAND—The Summerland Aquatic and Fitness Centre was filled with swimmers at a CUPE-sponsored community swim on Saturday, May 1.CUPE Local...

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APRIL 30, 2010

CUPE BC Convention: News from the floor

Politics was the order of the day on the convention floor. Federal NDP leader Jack Layton slammed Harper and the...

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APRIL 30, 2010

Fewer ambulances, paramedics

RICHMOND—The provincial government’s latest move to “fix” ambulance services in the Lower Mainland is to cut the number of ambulances...

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APRIL 30, 2010

April 28 ‘Day of Disrespect’ in Penticton

PENTICTON—CUPE 608 members, Penticton municipal workers, were shocked by the layoff of five workers on April 28, the Day of...

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APRIL 29, 2010

CUPE Local 1936 members support merger

BURNABY—Today’s announcement that CUPE-signatory employer Gateway Society Services for Persons with Autism and Health Sciences Association-signatory employer Peace Arch Society...

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APRIL 29, 2010

CUPE members renew pledge to fight for safer workplaces

O’Neill calls for an end to ‘near misses’ as Day of Mourning events held throughout B.C.SURREY—CUPE BC president Barry O’Neill...

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APRIL 26, 2010

Forum draws community interest

VANCOUVER—More than 75 people attended a forum Saturday afternoon about Haiti after the earthquake. The forum was organized by CUPE...