News
MAY 29, 2018

B.C. paramedics win gold at international competition

BURNABY—CUPE 873 ambulance paramedics representing Team Canada BC won gold at this year’s Rallye Rejviz International Paramedic Competition, held in...

Bargaining
MAY 25, 2018

K-12 bargaining survey closes

BURNABY—A bargaining survey for CUPE K-12 members has closed and preliminary results are being tabulated. 

News
MAY 25, 2018

CUPE 4227 activists trained in facing management

RICHMOND – CUPE 4227 (support staff for B.C.’s Francophone School District 93) enjoyed a rare learning opportunity at their annual...

News
MAY 23, 2018

CUPE 389 honours and entertains North Shore seniors

NORTH VANCOUVER – The annual CUPE 389 seniors’ tea, held this month at Silver Harbour Seniors Centre in North Vancouver,...

News
MAY 23, 2018

CUPE Seeds of Change - building community in the Kootenays

CRANBROOK —CUPE Seeds of Change, a community action committee, continued its volunteer efforts in supporting local community at Cranbrook’s Children’s...

News
MAY 18, 2018

CUPE BC establishes fund to support CUPE members affected by flooding

CUPE BC has established a special fund to support CUPE members impacted by the flooding happening in communities across the...

News
MAY 17, 2018

Natural champions of democracy

CUPE BC library workers attend annual BC Library Association conference RICHMOND – Library workers from all over the province were...

News
MAY 16, 2018

Workload high on the agenda as health care presidents meet

NANAIMO—The critical issue of how to address workload in CUPE’s community health and health science professionals sectors was prominent on...

News
MAY 7, 2018

K-12 Presidents Council holds three-day meeting

BURNABY - The K-12 Presidents Council met May 1 – 3 in Burnaby. CUPE BC President Paul Faoro and Secretary...