New delegates learn the ropes

 
GREAT EXPERIENCE - New delegate Grace Ju, a CUPE 391 library technician at Vancouver Public Library (pictured here registering), found the session very informative. She appreciated the introduction to CUPE BC's executive, and got clarity on procedures and what to expect.
VICTORIA - A new delegates session on Wednesday afternoon helped first-timers navigate the sometimes-baffling processes and procedures of Convention. Michelle Waite, regional vice president for Vancouver Island, introduced members of the executive and chaired the session.

White Rock residents concerned about potential change to for profit waste services

WHITE ROCK – More than 50 residents gathered Wednesday night (April 19) to attend “Trash Talk”, a community forum organized in support of keeping publicly delivered solid waste services in White Rock. The forum was hosted by CUPE 402-01, the union that represents White Rock municipal workers, and included a panel of speakers followed by a question and answer session. 

On May 9, here’s something to vote for

Rather than just turf Christy Clark, let’s elect a government that works for all of us
If you’ve read any of my columns since I became CUPE BC’s president, you’ll know I believe this province badly needs a new government. In just a few short weeks we’ll have an opportunity on May 9 to give Christy Clark and her BC Liberals their pink slips, replacing them with a progressive government that’s there for working people and their families.

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