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Municipal

Municipal

CUPE represents more than 37,000 members delivering vital public services and maintaining critical municipal infrastructure in cities, districts, towns, and villages across B.C. CUPE municipal workers make sure our communities are clean, green, democratic, inclusive, prosperous, and safe for local families and visitors to live, work and play.

From supporting libraries and community centres, parks and recreation areas, roads and sidewalks, garbage collection and recycling, by-law enforcement and permitting, sustainable sewage treatment and quality drinking water, CUPE members deliver the services that help build strong communities in every corner of our province.

Municipal sector news

District of Tofino workers vote to strike

District of Tofino workers vote to strike

June 10, 2022
TOFINO-CUPE 118 members working for the District of Tofino voted to strike on June 9 after hitting an impasse in negotiations. The CUPE 118 bargaining committee says workers deserve a…
TOFINO-CUPE 118 members working for the District of Tofino voted to strike on June 9 after hitting an impasse in negotiations. The CUPE 118 bargaining committee says workers deserve a...

Comox Valley municipal workers campaign to expand public services supporting residents, local economy, and environment

Comox Valley municipal workers campaign to expand public services supporting residents, local economy, and environment

May 10, 2022
COMOX VALLEY – Communities in the Comox Valley are growing, but public services are not keeping up with the pace of change says CUPE Local 556. The union launched a…
COMOX VALLEY – Communities in the Comox Valley are growing, but public services are not keeping up with the pace of change says CUPE Local 556. The union launched a...

Following vote for new agreement, City of Duncan employees continue work delivering services for residents

Following vote for new agreement, City of Duncan employees continue work delivering services for residents

March 15, 2022
DUNCAN—For members of CUPE Local 358 working for the City of Duncan, voting in favour of ratifying a new collective agreement is just the first step in working with the…
DUNCAN—For members of CUPE Local 358 working for the City of Duncan, voting in favour of ratifying a new collective agreement is just the first step in working with the...

CUPE welcomes Chilliwack Crime Prevention workers

CUPE welcomes Chilliwack Crime Prevention workers

November 22, 2021
CHILLIWACK – The Canadian Union of Public Employees is welcoming workers at the Chilliwack Crime Prevention Society as new members in Canada’s largest union. In a vote held earlier this…
CHILLIWACK – The Canadian Union of Public Employees is welcoming workers at the Chilliwack Crime Prevention Society as new members in Canada’s largest union. In a vote held earlier this...

Bowen Island municipal workers unanimously endorse first contract

Bowen Island municipal workers unanimously endorse first contract

November 3, 2021
BOWEN ISLAND—Municipal workers on Bowen Island, members of CUPE 1004, achieved a historic first contract following a unanimous ratification vote that concluded on November 1. “This first contract sets a…
BOWEN ISLAND—Municipal workers on Bowen Island, members of CUPE 1004, achieved a historic first contract following a unanimous ratification vote that concluded on November 1. “This first contract sets a...
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CUPE BC represents more than 100,000 workers in more than 160 locals across the province. Find your local here.
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Keywords / Employers / Local Number
Municipal 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