PRINCE GEORGE — Teaching assistants (TAs) at the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) voted overwhelmingly to join CUPE 2278 in a Labour Board vote held on Wednesday.
Local 873-02 members work behind scenes as “first first responders” in emergencies
RICHMOND—CUPE 873-02 dispatchers are the lifeline for people in distress and the nerve centre for emergency response in B.C.—facts to be highlighted during Emergency Service Dispatchers and 9-1-1 Awareness Week (April 7-13, 2019).
VANCOUVER—Community Social Services workers, members of CUPE Local 1936, have reached a tentative agreement with Collingwood Neighbourhood House (CNH).
POWELL RIVER - Both the qathet Regional District and their workers, represented by CUPE 798, are celebrating the ratification of a new collective agreement. The five-year agreement will bring a host of benefits and stability for workers and the community.
BURNABY – The nomination deadline for the 2019 Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Education has been extended to April 30 with award categories updated.
VANCOUVER - The Ambulance Paramedics and Emergency Dispatchers of BC (APBC) are raising concerns over staffing shortages affecting service levels across the Province.
Retired CUPE 728 member and founder of the Surrey IWD event holds flyers from the first and current events.
RICHMOND – CUPE Metro District Council celebrated International Women’s Day (IWD) with women from Delta and Richmond, along with those working in agencies that support women and families.
Equality is a core principle of the labour movement in British Columbia, Canada and around the world, and women activists have been at the forefront of the collective effort to put that principle into action. To mark International Women’s Day this year, CUPE BC urges all activists and leaders in the progressive movement to learn more about the history of women activists in British Columbia.