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Inouye, Terri (She/Her)
Transportation Shop Steward
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Terri (She/Her)
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Introduction to Stewarding
SLS - Notetaking
Challenging Racism
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Trustee, Sargent of Arms
Executive Board is composed of the Officers of the Union (President, 1st Vice-President, 2nd Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer, Recording Secretary)...
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Burnaby – With students returning to B.C. classrooms, the union representing over 30,000 school support workers is calling for additional measures to reduce absences due to COVID-19 and other illnesses, in particular adding daytime cleaning. In the face of the Omicron variant and the Public Health Officer advising school districts to prepare for functional closures, …

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Please check your emails from HR once again regarding today’s closure. As well, our local office is closed today but members can reach us by email: A big THANK YOU  to our essential workers working today! CUPE 716

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Hello Members Please check your SD emails from Human Resources regarding the inclement weather protocols for all staff. Also, please check the Richmond School District website, at 6:30 am, for a possible closure announcement: We will also post on our social media if there is a closure. Most importantly, please stay safe during the …

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Hello Everyone, Please check your school district email from HR regarding the January return to school and other important information. We will continue to keep all members updated here as well as our social media sites. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. Respectfully, CUPE 716 Executive

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Dear Brothers and Sisters: At this time, I only know what I have seen at the press conference today. The plan going forward? I would hope that is the reason for the delay in the return to school for students. So a plan can be formalized before January 10th. The unions position? As it has …

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CUPE BC welcomes one-week delay to in-classroom education in K-12, urges additional safety measures   BURNABY—CUPE BC welcomes the provincial government’s announcement today of a one-week delay to returning to in-classroom education in B.C. schools and urges the province to implement additional measures to keep students and staff safe, CUPE BC President Karen Ranalletta said …

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