Emergency preparedness week – May 7th to the 13th

Emergency preparedness week – May 7th to the 13th

Hello everyone,   Emergency Preparedness Week is this May 7th to 13th. This is a great reminder that we all can do more to be prepared for disrupting emergency events in our lives. Several lunch time learning events have been scheduled and are open to any member of the campus community. Bring your lunch and come out and learn! A…

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Baby Food Drive – at the BBQ

Baby Food Drive – at the BBQ

CUPE 951 – proudly supporting 1UP VICTORIA SINGLE PARENT RESOURCE CENTRE Bring a donation of BABY FOOD, FORMULA OR DIAPERS (ALL SIZES, CAN NEVER HAVE ENOUGH!) and all baby friendly (and necessary!) toiletries; lotions, balms, creams, etc http://www.singleparentvictoria.ca BRING ITEMS TO THE CUPE 951 BBQ JUNE 21, 2017   COMMONS BLOCK Other items will be gratefully accepted, toys, new or gently…

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We mourn the passing of activist Bob White

We mourn the passing of activist Bob White

“We have lost a formidable leader who truly understood the intersection of social justice and labour rights.” — Larry Brown, National Union of Public and General Emplyees President Ottawa (21 Feb. 2017) — Canada’s unions are mourning the loss of a great and inspirational leader, former Canadian Labour Congress president Bob White, who has died at age 81. Bob White remembered as tough negotiator,…

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Black History Month – Celebrating Lives, Fighting for Justice

Black History Month – Celebrating Lives, Fighting for Justice

BURNABY—February is Black History Month. This year, community events and programmes feature outstanding films, artistic and historical exhibits, as well as new strategies for fighting anti-black racism.  CUPE National’s web coverage of Black History Month features a checklist on fighting racism. Here in B.C., the Vancouver International Film Festival will feature screenings of several films on black history, including the Vancouver premiere…

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January Protocol Gathering

January Protocol Gathering

On January 17th CUPE 951 sponsored an indigenous protocol gathering which saw close to 30 people enjoy the food, information and mingling that was part of the noon hour event. The idea came from members who attended last year’s Provost’s Diversity Research forum, and they asked if we could provide more information about the protocols of the territory and also…

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