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JUNE 9, 2021

Bulletin - Stigma, Privacy and Mental Health

Doing our part to reduce stigma of COVID-19 The pandemic has caused a huge amount of stress on all of...

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JUNE 8, 2021

Health Care Presidents review survey results, begin preparations for bargaining

BURNABY—CUPE’s Health Care Presidents Council (HCPC), gathering virtually for their quarterly meeting on June 3, used the results of a...

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JUNE 7, 2021

Bulletin – Custodians, caretakers, building services workers call wraps up series of K-12 support staff discussions

Custodians, caretakers, building services workers and other CUPE members working in similar classifications took part in the last of a...

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JUNE 3, 2021

New BC Health Ministry Professional Development fund to support HSPBA members

BURNABY—Working in partnership with the government of British Columbia, the Health Sciences Professional Bargaining Association (HSPBA), led by the Health...

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JUNE 2, 2021

Bulletin – In Solidarity with Indigenous Peoples

As we have all had time to reflect on the news from the former Tk’emlúps Indian Residential School in Kamloops, we...

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JUNE 2, 2021

CUPE 339 ratifies collective agreement with City of Nelson

NELSON — CUPE 339 members ratified a collective agreement on Monday following 10 days of bargaining. The agreement includes two...

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MAY 30, 2021

CUPE BC Statement on Kamloops Residential School Discovery

CUPE BC President Karen Ranalletta today issued the following statement on behalf of the CUPE BC Executive Board.  

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MAY 27, 2021

Campaign shines light on CUPE 728 members’ dedication

SURREY—CUPE 728, the largest CUPE K-12 and early learning local in B.C., started an advertising campaign today to highlight some...

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MAY 27, 2021

Bulletin - B.C. announces vaccine availability to age 12 and launches restart plan

The Government of B.C. announced its four-step plan, guided by data, for a careful and safe restart yesterday. The plan allows...