The staff at the Camosun College Faculty Association have reached a tentative deal with their employer.
Tony Cheng, a worker for the City of Vancouver engineering department, has gone over and above his good deeds for the year. He organized a toy drive this holiday season to help children of low-income families in the Metro Vancouver area to enjoy Christmas morning. The Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau sent the local a letter thanking everyone for their donations. With the collective power of this local, 228 toys and $750 in Superstore gift cards were raised.
Thank you Tony for all of your hard work!
General Membership Highlights:
The November meeting did not have quorum, but a short information meeting was held. The following positions are vacant and nominations will be sought at the December membership meeting.
- City – Sewers Unit Chair – Two year term
- Parks – Maintenance – Two year term
- City – Sanitation and Landfill – One year term
The local needs to fill the vacancies on the executive and we are always in need of more stewards. If you are interested please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- We are pleased to announce that Brother Mark Hancock was elected CUPE National President at our National Convention held here in Vancouver November 2-6. It is exciting to have the former president of CUPE BC as our new National leader and we look forward to working with Mark in the years to come. … Read more…
The City of Vancouver engineering and parks workers are preparing for another round of collective bargaining. The agreement expires at the end of 2015 and the bargaining committee wanted to be organized and prepared. Bargaining notice was sent to the employer. The bargaining committee was elected by the members.
Best of luck to the bargaining team!
New website in the plans for the local
Delegates at the 2015 CUPE BC convention were informed by CUPE National that there are free website templates available for locals to use. As CUPE 1004 was in the midst of discussions in regards to what to do with it’s current website, the free template seemed like the best fit!