POSSIBLE CHANGES TO YOUR MPP POST-RETIREMENT PLAN

The Municipal Pension Board of Trustees is currently considering changes to the post-retirement benefits plan, and they want to hear from you.
MPP would like to hear from members about the post-retirement benefits that matter most to them and why. Please fill in the online survey about what matters most to you, so MPP can include your feedback in our decision-making. November 15 is the deadline.
Click "read more' for the link to the survey page:

CUPE BC News

Maple Ridge workers raise alarm over outsourcing at new community centre

MAPLE RIDGE – Workers for the City of Maple Ridge are raising an alarm over plans to hand over the operation of the soon to be opened Albion Community Centre to an outside third-party. The workers, represented by the Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 622, say the City’s own policies are being broken in a move that will threaten services offered at the Community Centre, and will end up costing more for the people of Maple Ridge and the Ridge Meadows region.

The work begins now

Why we need a BC NDP majority government
Welcome to the first edition of Public Employee for the 2020s. It will come as no surprise to regular readers that my first column for the new decade is about politics and how essential I believe political action is to the future of our union. It’s also essential for the broader labour movement and for ensuring progressive policies at all levels of government.

http://www.cupe.bc.ca/the_work_begins_now

CUPE 7000 members ratify collective agreement with SkyTrain

BURNABY—CUPE 7000 members have ratified the union’s tentative agreement with the BC Rapid Transit Company (SkyTrain). The agreement was reached at the end of an all-night, mediated bargaining session on December 10, narrowly avoiding a full shutdown of the Expo and Millennium lines by a matter of minutes.

http://www.cupe.bc.ca/_cupe_7000_members_ratify_collective_agreement_with_skytrain

CUPE National News

CUPE 363 takes strike vote in Revelstoke

CUPE 363 members working for the City of Revelstoke have voted to strike. With no significant progress being made in bargaining a fair collective agreement, members who voted gave an overwhelming majority in favour of taking job action.

CUPE 363 President Jesse Adam says workers in Revelstoke are facing an affordability crisis that is threatening their ability to work and live in their community. He says City management has a responsibility to address the issue fairly with modest wage increases.

Upcoming...

  • General Membership meeting

    Saturday, February 22, 2020 - 9:30am
    ND Library
  • General Membership meeting

    Saturday, March 28, 2020 - 9:30am
    DMEC Brainstorm Room