White Rock municipal workers to host forum on value of public community services

WHITE ROCK – Municipal workers in White Rock are taking action and have organized a community forum to discuss the future of solid waste services (garbage, recycling and green waste) as the City seriously considers privatizing this community service.

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

Custodians kick off campaign

K-12 custodians throughout B.C. are being surveyed about working conditions and the effects of cuts on the services they provide.  Pictured are CUPE 606 custodians at Ladysmith Secondary School (L-R) Melinda Joyce, Vicki McMurtie and Teddy Puska.
BURNABY—Chronic underfunding and lack of support for public education by the BC Liberals has created a crisis in our schools. Many CUPE members have faced cuts and layoffs, the services they provide lost to students.

International Women’s Day event inspires, empowers CUPE activists

PORT MOODY—This year’s CUPE Lower Mainland International Women’s Day event, held at the Old Mill Boathouse overlooking the east end of Burrard Inlet, was empowering, enlightening, poignant and entertaining as CUPE sisters shared their knowledge, stories, and music in celebration of this special day. 

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

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