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Community Social Services

Community Social Services

CUPE represents more than 3,000 workers in B.C.’s Community Social Services sector. Our members are the heart and soul of our communities, delivering services such as community support for the developmentally challenged, employment counselling, addiction counselling, legal advocacy, and early childhood education.

The majority of our Community Social Service members are covered by two of the three subsector provincial agreements, Community Living and General Services. Other members in the sector work under standalone agreements with various agencies.

Community Social Services sector news

Fraser River Indigenous Society workers join CUPE 1936 using new single-step certification

Fraser River Indigenous Society workers join CUPE 1936 using new single-step certification

July 6, 2022
CUPE is welcoming 16 new members at the Fraser River Indigenous Society where they will become the newest unit of Local 1936. These new members provide family development, early years…
CUPE is welcoming 16 new members at the Fraser River Indigenous Society where they will become the newest unit of Local 1936. These new members provide family development, early years...

CUPE BC celebrates Community Social Services Awareness Month

CUPE BC celebrates Community Social Services Awareness Month

March 1, 2022
BURNABY—March is Community Social Services (CSS) Awareness Month. CUPE BC honours and appreciates the more than 3,500 CUPE members who work in community social services. These include community support workers…
BURNABY—March is Community Social Services (CSS) Awareness Month. CUPE BC honours and appreciates the more than 3,500 CUPE members who work in community social services. These include community support workers...

Bargaining begins for Community Social Services, Community Health workers in B.C.

Bargaining begins for Community Social Services, Community Health workers in B.C.

February 4, 2022
BURNABY—Bargaining has begun for more than 17,000 community social service workers and more than 21,000 workers in the community health sector in B.C., with bargaining association representatives for both sectors…
BURNABY—Bargaining has begun for more than 17,000 community social service workers and more than 21,000 workers in the community health sector in B.C., with bargaining association representatives for both sectors...

CUPE BC GVP Sheryl Burns awarded Carol McGregor CLC Disability Rights Award, appointed to provincial government advisory committee

CUPE BC GVP Sheryl Burns awarded Carol McGregor CLC Disability Rights Award, appointed to provincial government advisory committee

December 8, 2021
BURNABY – Today, on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, CUPE BC General Vice President Sheryl Burns was recognized by two different organizations for her years of activism and…
BURNABY – Today, on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, CUPE BC General Vice President Sheryl Burns was recognized by two different organizations for her years of activism and...
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CUPE BC represents more than 100,000 workers in more than 160 locals across the province. Find your local here.
Sector*
Keywords / Employers / Local Number
Community Social Services 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