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Category Archives: 410 News
The BCTF will be holding a rally at the Legislature in Victoria from 12 Noon to 1:00 P.M. on Tuesday March 6th. They will gather at Centennial Square and march down Douglas Street to the Legislative Building. All CUPE Locals … Continue reading
February has been a fairly quiet month. Even though we only had to deal with one or two items this past month, I have been able to construct a brief report of our activites and I have posted it to … Continue reading
President’s Report for the Month of January 2012 The new CUPE 410 Executive is now fully operational. The first meeting of the Executive was held on January 16th, to prepare a draft budget for the year; to discuss topics that … Continue reading
December has been relatively quiet for CUPE Local 410. We have just had to complete some paper work and get ourselves organized in preparation for the real work that will start in January. Kate Rutherford, our representative on the CUPE … Continue reading
The GVLRA board has met and has ratified our memorandum of agreement, so we now officially have a new contract. It covers 2011, 2012, and 2013.
Local 410 members ratified the memorandum of agreement reached between the Union and the GVLRA at their November 27 meeting. Also the AGM was held and a new executive elected. Details to follow. The GVLRA will meet in December to … Continue reading
Sunday, Nov. 27 at 5:30 pmLocation: Nellie McClung Branch Important news! After two days of bargaining, CUPE Local 410 has reached a tentative settlement with the Library Board and the Greater Victoria Labour Relations Board on a new collective agreement. If the … Continue reading
On November first at 7:00 at the Central Library Grahame Russell, director of “Rights Action” will be speaking about the impact that mines run by Canadian companies are having in Central America. Local 410, CUPE, our CUPE Vancouver Island District … Continue reading
The September meeting is on Monday night, Sept. 26, at 6:30 P.M. in the Emily Carr branch. This is your chance to find out what is happening in the negotiations for a new collective agreement.
From the Toronto Star website: “Literary icon Margaret Atwood has joined the fight against a consultant’s proposed cuts to Toronto’s library system, marshalling her 225,200 Twitter followers and crashing a server hosting a petition. At 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Atwood retweeted … Continue reading