CUPE 1091 Election Results

CUPE 1091 held elections for 3 Executive and 1 Trustee position at the June 15 General Meeting.
Congratulations to the incoming executive members who were voted in for 2-year terms at the Jun 15 meeting:
Jonathan McCune - 1st VP
Eileen Penney - Treasurer
Kevin Berg-Iverson - 3rd VP

Trustee Larry Johnston was re-elected for a 3-year term.

CUPE 1091 OUT OF DISTRICT SCHOLARSHIPs

CUPE LOCAL 1091 shall provide 3 scholarships of $500 each for children or grandchildren of members of Local 1091 who attend a BC Public School outside of the Delta School District and who are going on to post-secondary education and have made application to the Local.
Completed applications forms should be sent to the Union Office along with the requested final high school transcript and post-secondary acceptance letter no later than 4 pm on Friday, September 13, 2019.

Comfort Committee submission

CUPE BC News

CUPE 4177 K-12 support workers in Nechako Lakes reach tentative agreement

NECHAKO LAKES — CUPE 4177, K-12 support workers at SD91 (Nechako Lakes), reached a tentative agreement on Friday. The two parties started bargaining June 11 and after four sessions, including some 12-hour days, wrapped it up with signatures on June 21.

http://www.cupe.bc.ca/cupe_4177_k_12_support_workers_in_nechako_lakes_reach_tentative_agreement

CUPE National News

Coquitlam K-12 support workers reach tentative agreement

CUPE 561, K-12 support workers, reached a tentative agreement (TA) with SD43 on Wednesday. Bargaining began on April 24 and a TA was reached after 7 sessions.

“The deal was achieved because of money negotiated for local tables in the provincial framework agreement,” said CUPE 561 President Dave Ginter. “And having many locals reaching settlements helped nudge the parties a little closer to the deal.”

CUPE 116 members at UBC ratify collective agreement

CUPE 116 members working at the University of British Columbia (UBC), ratified a tentative agreement (TA) they reached with the employer on June 9. The ratification vote was completed late Tuesday night with members voting in favour of accepting the TA with a strong majority.

“This was a productive round of bargaining and we were happy to present to our members an agreement that improved both their working conditions and the content of the Collective Agreement,” said CUPE 116 President Dave Lance.