PRINCE GEORGE - Cupe Local 4951 support workers and the College of New Caledonia have reached a tentative four-year collective agreement. The no-concessions deal is in line with the provincial BC colleges framework worked out between CUPE and the BC Post Secondary Employers’ Association (on behalf of the provincial government).
CUPE workers get contract at North Island College
COURTENAY—CUPE workers at North Island College have a new tentative collective agreement. The agreement, signed Dec. 5, 2012, is a four-year, no-concessions agreement with four 1 per cent wage hikes spread over the final two years.
The latest victory of business-funded politics was recorded last week when the Harper Conservatives passed Bill C-377 aimed at hobbling the ability of trade unions to participate in public life.Bill C-377 rests on the proposition that because trade union dues are deductible from income reported by trade unionists at tax time, use of the money received as dues by unions needs to be fully disclosed in elaborated and detailed regular reports.
The LFA Board and staff wish everyone a safe, happy and healthy Holiday.