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MAY 27, 2020

Thanking our members during Child Care Month

BURNABY—CUPE child care workers continue to provide outstanding service during the pandemic period, from looking after the children of front-line...

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MAY 26, 2020

Paramedic Services Week: Honouring CUPE 873’s front-line work during the pandemic

BURNABY—May 24-30 marks Paramedic Services Week, an annual recognition of paramedics across Canada. This year’s theme is Pandemic: Paramedics on...

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MAY 26, 2020

Municipal workers donate $5000 to Shuswap area charities coping with COVID-19

SALMON ARM - Municipal workers from Salmon Arm, Enderby, Sicamous and the Columbia Shuswap Regional District are donating $5000 to...

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MAY 19, 2020

New pandemic fund recognizes critical role of frontline workers: CUPE BC

BURNABY – Today’s announcement of temporary COVID-19 pandemic pay for health and social services workers sends a strong statement from...

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MAY 8, 2020

CUPE 4500 welcomes cancellation of TransLink layoffs

BURNABY—CUPE 4500, representing approximately 190 supervisory employees for Coast Mountain Bus Company, welcomes today’s news that TransLink layoffs announced last...

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MAY 8, 2020

CUPE 7000 welcomes cancellation of TransLink layoffs

BURNABY—Today’s confirmation that previously announced layoffs of approximately 1,500 bargaining unit employees across TransLink have been cancelled recognizes the vital...

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MAY 5, 2020

Pandemic underscores necessity for K-12 daytime custodians

NEW WESTMINSTER—CUPE 409 President Marcel Marsolais said that reinstating daytime custodians during the COVID-19 pandemic underscores the important work they...

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APRIL 29, 2020

K-12: supporting the community during a pandemic

BURNABY—K-12 support staff might not be considered front-line workers during the COVID-19 crisis, but in Burnaby they’re certainly doing their...