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NOVEMBER 12, 2021

Bulletin - Help us build support for public childcare!

The provincial government is committed to $10 per day childcare, a model CUPE strongly supports and advocates for. The federal...

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NOVEMBER 10, 2021

CUPE 8911 launches campaign to fix B.C.’s broken 9-1-1 service

VANCOUVER—CUPE 8911 members have launched an ambitious public campaign to raise awareness about critical underfunding and staff shortages at E-Comm...

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NOVEMBER 4, 2021

Bulletin - SSIRRE support staff survey

Chance at prizes for K-12 CUPE members that participate The Support Staff Initiative for Recruitment and Retention Enhancement (SSIRRE) is...

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NOVEMBER 3, 2021

Bulletin - Wanted: Public Education Benefit Trustees

Becoming a Public Education Benefit Trust trustee is a unique and rewarding opportunity to play a critical role on how...

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NOVEMBER 3, 2021

Collaboration makes Summer Reading Club meaningful to community

This final feature marking National Library Month covers the BCLA Summer Reading Club award given to CUPE 389 members Kate...

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NOVEMBER 3, 2021

Bowen Island municipal workers unanimously endorse first contract

BOWEN ISLAND—Municipal workers on Bowen Island, members of CUPE 1004, achieved a historic first contract following a unanimous ratification vote...

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NOVEMBER 1, 2021

Partnership and support for Surrey’s Somali community recognized

Tania Thomas (waving, back row) credits Options Community Services settlement worker Ikram Araya (centre, front row) and Surrey Libraries manager of multicultural services Ravi...

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OCTOBER 29, 2021

CUPE BC endorses Hancock and Rennick for National Officers

In advance of next month’s CUPE National Convention, CUPE BC’s Executive Board is endorsing Mark Hancock for re-election as National...

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OCTOBER 29, 2021

Fund BC’s Future - It’s time to invest in BC’s colleges and universities

CUPE workers on campuses launch province-wide campaign BURNABY—CUPE locals representing over 14,000 workers at BC colleges and universities are launching...