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Agencies & NGOs

Agencies & NGOs

CUPE represents more than 7,500 members working at agencies, museums, galleries, advocacy groups, societies and a range of other non-governmental organizations (NGOs). This group includes cooperatives like Pacific Blue Cross, emergency service agencies like the BC Ambulance Service and Emergency Communications British Columbia, arts organizations like the Vancouver Art Gallery, and community amenities like the Pacific National Exhibition.  

CUPE agencies and NGO members make huge contributions to the wellbeing of communities. Whether by providing support to our most vulnerable, advocating for a better future, or supporting key community assets that families rely on, CUPE members in this sector are integral to the communities they serve and live in.

Agencies & NGOs sector news

CUPE 1760, United Way BC ratify new collective agreement

CUPE 1760, United Way BC ratify new collective agreement

June 20, 2022
BURNABY-CUPE 1760 and United Way British Columbia (UWBC) have ratified a new collective agreement – the first since United Way of the Lower Mainland amalgamated last year with five other…
BURNABY-CUPE 1760 and United Way British Columbia (UWBC) have ratified a new collective agreement – the first since United Way of the Lower Mainland amalgamated last year with five other...

CUPE 403 donates $5000 to Langley Foundry to Support Community

CUPE 403 donates $5000 to Langley Foundry to Support Community

June 15, 2022
LANGLEY—CUPE 403, representing nearly 900 Langley Municipal Workers, has shown significant support for the mental health and well-being of their community through a generous donation of $5000 to the Foundry…
LANGLEY—CUPE 403, representing nearly 900 Langley Municipal Workers, has shown significant support for the mental health and well-being of their community through a generous donation of $5000 to the Foundry...

Full-capacity emergency response the best defense against heat dome tragedies, says CUPE

Full-capacity emergency response the best defense against heat dome tragedies, says CUPE

June 10, 2022
BURNABY—The provincial government’s report to the chief coroner on last summer’s heat-related deaths is an important first step in identifying preventive measures to help save lives, but effective response to…
BURNABY—The provincial government’s report to the chief coroner on last summer’s heat-related deaths is an important first step in identifying preventive measures to help save lives, but effective response to...

CUPE 1760, United Way British Columbia reach tentative agreement

CUPE 1760, United Way British Columbia reach tentative agreement

May 31, 2022
BURNABY—CUPE 1760 and United Way British Columbia (UWBC) have agreed to terms for a new collective agreement. Details of the tentative agreement will be circulated to members shortly. “Our bargaining…
BURNABY—CUPE 1760 and United Way British Columbia (UWBC) have agreed to terms for a new collective agreement. Details of the tentative agreement will be circulated to members shortly. “Our bargaining...

CUPE welcomes civilian staff of the Organized Crime Agency of B.C.

CUPE welcomes civilian staff of the Organized Crime Agency of B.C.

May 18, 2022
RICHMOND – Civilian staff of the Organized Crime Agency of B.C. (OCABC) voted to join CUPE. The approximately 170 specialized professionals who deliver operational and administrative support to the Combined…
RICHMOND – Civilian staff of the Organized Crime Agency of B.C. (OCABC) voted to join CUPE. The approximately 170 specialized professionals who deliver operational and administrative support to the Combined...

CUPE 1760, United Way BC improve mental health coverage and convert multiple precarious jobs to regular status

CUPE 1760, United Way BC improve mental health coverage and convert multiple precarious jobs to regular status

April 14, 2022
BURNABY—United Way British Columbia (UWBC) and CUPE Local 1760 have agreed to increase extended health coverage to a combined maximum of $1,200 per year per person for accessing psychologists (including…
BURNABY—United Way British Columbia (UWBC) and CUPE Local 1760 have agreed to increase extended health coverage to a combined maximum of $1,200 per year per person for accessing psychologists (including...
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Sector*
Keywords / Employers / Local Number
Agencies & NGOs sector locals
CUPE LOCAL 8911
Emergency Communications Professionals of BC
CUPE LOCAL 7000
Rapid Transit & Rail Workers
CUPE LOCAL 5523
Vernon Schools
CUPE LOCAL 5278
The Employees of Vancouver Island University Student's Union
CUPE LOCAL 5150
Revelstoke SD#19 Employees
CUPE LOCAL 5101
Cowichan Valley School District