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DECEMBER 9, 2018

CUPE postpones job action for Flair flight attendants

Union shifts focus to legal fight with airline following company memo to employees BURNABY— Due to recent actions by Flair...

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DECEMBER 7, 2018

CUPE issues 72-hour strike notice to Flair Airlines

Union cites company’s two-tier wage, benefit structure for breakdown in bargaining BURNABY—The Canadian Union of Public Employees has filed 72-hour...

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DECEMBER 6, 2018

K-12 back on the big screen

BURNABY – As part of a province-wide K-12 Presidents Council campaign to build public understanding of the services CUPE members...

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DECEMBER 4, 2018

CUPE members in B.C.: With just 3 days to go in the Pro-Rep referendum, let’s get this done!—Faoro

With the deadline to mail-in ballots come and gone, and with just three days left after today to vote in...

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NOVEMBER 30, 2018

CUPE BC celebrates International Persons with Disabilities Day

BURNABY—Each year on December 3, the United Nations announces a new theme in celebration of the International Day of Persons...

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NOVEMBER 29, 2018

CUPE 4951-01 ratifies contract

PRINCE GEORGE – Early childhood educators and a custodian at the child care centre at College of New Caledonia (CNC)...

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NOVEMBER 29, 2018

Creston Valley library workers ratify new agreement

Expanded benefits will make a big difference for families, says CUPE 4959 CRESTON – CUPE 4959 and the Creston Library...

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NOVEMBER 15, 2018

CUPE BC endorses Laird Cronk and Sussanne Skidmore for BC Federation of Labour leadership

BURNABY—CUPE BC’s Executive Board has voted to endorse Laird Cronk and Sussanne Skidmore for president and secretary-treasurer of the BC...

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NOVEMBER 9, 2018

Tentative agreement reached for B.C.’s Health Science Professionals

BURNABY—After almost 10 weeks of bargaining, a three-year tentative agreement has been reached between the Health Science Professionals Bargaining Association...