To all CUPE Local 1936 members – Please open the link below to read an important message from CSSBA and CSSEA
The next CUPE 1936 Local meeting for executives and members will be November 15th at 6:30 to 8:30 pm. We are so excited to have Rachna Singh , MLA – Surrey Green Timbers. Surrey, to speak to us about the goals of the NDP government. Please let your members know. We hope to see a good turnout. Please let the executive know how many members will be attending this meeting. The meeting will be held at the local 1936 office, 800 McBride Blvd. New Westminster.
(please note that the October 11 and 18th meeting are cancelled.)
Unfortunately CUPE 1936 is going to have to cancel the October 11th, 2017 local meeting at the New Westminster office. Unforeseen circumstances have arisen and we apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause our members. Please call the office and leave a message if you have any questions.
This is an opportunity for people of all backgrounds to make a personal contribution to the reconciliation movement.
How we build relationships today affects our next generations. Through walking in the spirit of reconciliation you honour intergenerational lives taken, honour survivors and those impacted by the Indian residential school system, and show your support for the youth in all communities.
Introduction to Stewarding
October 12, 13, 2017
9 -4 pm
Surrey , BC
Contact Bernice Way : email@example.com
If you are a new shop steward or haven’t been to training then attending this workshop would help you learn about
– the role of the steward – investigating workplace problems
– filing a grievance – meeting with management
– CUPE’s structure – dealing with workplace complaints
Plus What’s Our Duty
-where stewards get their authority in the workplace, the duty of fair representation, and other labor laws that cover the workplace.
Please review the recommended CUPE 1936 Bylaw Amendment before the next membership meeting on Wednesday, September 20th. We will discuss the changes at the meeting prior to voting on the amendment, so please attend with any questions or concerns.
Hello CUPE Local 1936 members,
Please come down to downtown Vancouver and join other CUPE members as we celebrate Pride!
Please see the details as sent by the CUPE BC Secretary-Treasurer Trevor Davies:
CUPE BC will again be participating in the Pride Parade taking place on Sunday, August 6th in Vancouver. We have a local company building us a float that will be towed by our truck that normally pulls our Community Events Trailer. Our float will be a very colourful carnival theme.
We would like to invite CUPE activists to join us in the parade to promote our Division and our determination to stop discrimination and harassment in our communities. CUPE BC President Paul Faoro and I will be participating in the parade. We have special CUPE BC Pride t-shirts for members who join us.
In addition we have lots of promotional items to hand out along the parade route. Attracting crowds of more than 650,000, the Pride Parade is renowned on the international stage as one of the largest and most successful LGBTQ events in the world.
The CUPE BC contingent will be assembling on the East side of Thurlow between Barclay and Haro (closer to Haro). Participants should arrive at our float at 11:30 am. Participants are reminded to bring snacks, a container of city tap water, sunscreen and hats as they will be out in the sun for an extended period. Please also advise participants that there will be no room available to transport personal belongings in the truck or on the float, so please limit those items to what you are prepared to carry yourself.
I hope you will join us on Sunday, August 6th for this amazing and important event in Vancouver.
Contact your executive if you are interested or know of someone that would be a good fit.
CUPE 1936: Sheryl Burns, Bernice Way or Lee Ann Lalli. 604 522-8445
Join young workers from around the province for a weekend of learning, connecting and outdoor activities.
Each year the BCFED hosts a Young Workers’ School at Camp Jubilee for workers aged 30 or under. The School is held in a retreat-like environment in the Indian Arm. Participants will attend courses to help them build skills related to the labour movement, political and community organizing, and leadership skills. In addition to coursework, attendees will be able to participate in a variety of outdoor activities and connect with other young workers from around the province.
This year’s School will be held September 15-17, 2017.
Participants will depart from Deep Cove Public Docks on Friday afternoon and return on Sunday afternoon. Please arrive at Deep Cove by 3:30 pm on Friday, September 15.
Parking is limited. Participants are encouraged to carpool. Bus shuttle service will be provided from the Lonsdale Quay to the Deep Cove dock. To register for the shuttle, please choose this option in your registration.