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CUPE 1858 9 Apr 18
IMPORTANT message for CUPE Local 1858 members. On April 5/18 you received an email from Payroll with the subject line: "Important Information about changes to VIU's Pay Period Time Frame." It is very important that you read this email and follow up.
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CUPE 1858 26 Sep 15
Supporting UNITE 40 workers. Boycott Nanaimo Golf Course.
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CUPE 1858 26 Sep 15
CUPE 1858 is heading out today to the Nanaimo Golf Course to support the picket line with the locked out members of UNITE HERE Local 40.
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CUPE 1858 3 Sep 15
UNITE HERE Local 40 members locked out since late April. Get to Nanaimo Golf Course and walk the line with them if you can! We will be!!!
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CUPE 1858 22 Jun 15
CUPE 1858 and their Employer (VIU) have reached a tentative agreement. Ratification Votes will be held at each campus of VIU. See Website.
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CUPE 1858 15 Jun 15
40th Anniversary CUPE Family Picnic was a blast. Winners of the draw were Quinn, Tasha, Linda and Honey. Congrats!
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CUPE 1858 27 May 15
Library Workers! Remember the new library safety survey from CUPE BC is open now: May 15-June 30, 2015
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CUPE 1858 19 May 15
Replying to @tilray
@NanaimoHD Can you tell me what a song is called from your Nanaimo display on the May long weekend? It was the funky jazz song. TIA
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Bernie Heise 7 May 15
supporting locked out workers at Nanaimo Golf Club.Tell the board to get back to the table!
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Murray Billett 3 May 15
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LorettaPaul22 3 May 15
Incentive for the rich to shut their businesses and leave. Then where will you get the $ from?
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CUPE 1858 2 May 15
Sister Rolanda Murray accepting Communication Award on behalf of CUPE 1858.
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CUPE 1858 2 May 15
WOOT!! We won communications award for best Newsletter for a local of up to 500 members!! Thanks to Rolanda for writing them.
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Joshua Berson 2 May 15
Raising minimum wage is good for economy, educational outcomes to @CupeBCNews
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CUPE 1858 2 May 15
a worker at a 35 hour per week job at minimum wage jobs is living $6000 below the poverty line. Shame!!!!
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CUPE 1858 2 May 15
"hundreds of thousands of full time workers are still living in poverty" Irene Lanzinger
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CUPE 1858 2 May 15
Irene Lanzinger: "BC is the most unequal province in Canada" between wealth and poverty.
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CUPE 1858 2 May 15
Mark Hancock re-elected President of CUPE BC and Paul Faoro re-elected Secretary-Treasurer CUPE BC.
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