News
AUGUST 19, 2021

Bulletin - CUPE priorities for the return to school

With back-to-school on the horizon, the K-12 Presidents Council held a special meeting this week to discuss issues facing CUPE...

News
AUGUST 19, 2021

CUPE forms bargaining committee for provincial Community Social Services negotiations

BURNABY—CUPE has confirmed today its caucus members for the provincial Community Social Services Bargaining Association’s (CSSBA) bargaining committee. The members,...

News
AUGUST 16, 2021

Bulletin -September 30th – a day of Truth and Reconciliation

The federal government is recognizing September 30th as the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, making it a federal statutory...

News
AUGUST 10, 2021

CUPE 2086 welcomes new members from the Village of Granisle

BURNABY—Eight workers from the Village of Granisle became members of CUPE 2086, District of Houston municipal workers, in a Labour...

Commentary
JULY 27, 2021

It’s time to reconnect

In the year and a half since the first COVID-19 lockdown, we’ve learned just how challenging and unpredictable pandemic times...

Public Employee Magazine
JULY 26, 2021

Public Employee Summer 2021

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News
JULY 26, 2021

CUPE 391 library workers ratify tentative agreement with City of Vancouver

VANCOUVER—CUPE 391 members who work at Vancouver Public Library (VPL) ratified a three-year agreement with the employer on July 21....

News
JULY 8, 2021

CUPE 1004 rallies draw public support to save the PNE

VANCOUVER—Hundreds of people, including union members, families and the public rallied on Wednesday in a day of action to draw...

News
JULY 7, 2021

Donald Grant: Municipalities need to answer the emergency call for more 9-1-1 funding

Op-ed published in the Vancouver Sun on July 7, 2021. Over the last week, 9-1-1 operators have been pushed past...