April 28, 2022 marks the third Workers’ Day of Mourning since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. 40 years ago, CUPE members created this day to remember workers who lost their lives on the job and to inspire others to advocate to prevent further tragedies. For more information and resources please see the Cupe National Day
Education Assistants in British Columbia are being asked to participate in an optional research study (“Mental Health and Wellness in K-12 Staff Affected by Childhood Adversity”) conducted by the University of British Columbia. The focus of the study is to determine whether there is a correlation between adverse childhood experiences
This year any and all information about our election is located on our Election 2022 webpage. Election 2022 Website Please bookmark the page and check back to stay informed on what is going on. Please note the below dates, more information is on the election 2022 page. Important Dates (details
Currently this is ALL we know about this. Working on getting some clarity for our members as to how this will work and what it will look like. Stay tuned for more updates, we will share them here as we get them.
The second Wednesday in April is International Day of Pink. By wearing pink on April 13, we challenge homophobic and transphobic harassment and show solidarity with 2SLGBTQ+ people. Please see Cupe National’s Day of Pink Post for a description of the day, as well as resources they have put together, including Fact Sheets, Guides, and
Please see the below update to Communicable Disease Guidelines Bulletin from Cupe K-12. These guidelines are in effect on April 16th, and are summarized in the Bulletin. Please click the link within the bulletin for a more detailed document covering all of the changes.