Transgender Day of Remembrance

Nov 20, 2020 On November 20, we remember Two-Spirit and transgender people hurt and killed by transphobia and transmisogyny, in and outside the workplace. We renew our commitment to dismantling these and other systems of oppression that exploit and harm trans people: class, colonialism, white supremacy, ableism, patriarchy and homophobia. Trans people at the intersections of those systems face the highest rates of discrimination, harassment and violence.  To read more about how to make your workplace…

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CUPE 951 Is Working Remotely

As of March 20, the CUPE 951 offices will be operated remotely. In this past week, we have done our best to maintain social distancing and avoid face to face contact, our Executive Assistant and Chief Steward have been working remotely. With the recent events leading up to today with a positive COVID – 19 case on campus and the…

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Who should be staying home

CUPE 951 is recommending we follow the provinces directive that all elderly members or those with underlying medical conditions should stay at home. Adrian Dix, Minister of Health, and Dr. Bonnie Henry, B.C.’s provincial health officer, have issued the following joint statement regarding updates on the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) response in British Columbia: “We continue to remind people to please…

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