CUPE Local 50 members work in the Territories of the LEKWUNGEN and WSANEC PEOPLES - the SONGHEES, ESQUIMALT, PAUQUACHIN, TSARTLIP, TSAWOUT AND TSEYCUM NATIONS. We acknowledge the long standing and continuing relationship of the Indigenous people to the lands and waters in local communities.

CUPE Local 50 News & Events

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The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

On Tuesday December 6th at 5:10 pm, the 33rd anniversary of the 1989 Montreal Massacre to mark The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women there is…
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Re: Memorandum of Settlement

Approvals of the M.O.U. from the Union and City and the Memorandum of Settlement.
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Next Virtual Meeting

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The History of CUPE Local 50

The story of Local 50 is more than the story of the 55 men who met one evening in 1918 and formed a local of the Civic Employees’ Protection Association. It is the story of those men and the ones who came after – the story of fathers and sons. It is also the story of a fight for women’s rights in the workplace – the story of brothers and sisters. It is a story of working with other organizations and within the community – a story of family.

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