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YOU ARE GETTING A NEW MEMBER CARD!


Key Features:

Enhanced Privacy & Data Integrity

New and improved member IDs

More Durable

These cards are made to last

"Tap" Technology

Allows you to check into events & meetings quickly

MAKE SURE YOUR HOME MAILING ADDRESS IS UP TO DATE!

At your earliest convenience, please check if we have your current home address on file as we will be mailing your new card shortly.
You can check/update your address by:

Log into Member Portal to update your address

LOGGING INTO MEMBER PORTAL
https://my.bcgeu.ca


OR

Call into your area office to update your address

CALLING INTO YOUR AREA OFFICE
Find your Area Office contact info:
www.bcgeu.ca/contact

Why are we getting new member IDs/cards? What are the benefits?

The new membership cards are more durable and have upgraded card security measures (new unique member IDs to enhance privacy and our overall data integrity). In addition, these new cards contain tap technology which allows to sign into BCGEU meetings. We are excited about all the new projects we will be rolling out based on these new cards in the coming years.

What information about me is stored on the card?

Only name, Member ID, and Locals – these cards follow the highest security and privacy best practices, so no personal information can be lost if a Member’s card is lost.

When will I receive my card?

To date, the BCGEU has sent out over 55,000 new membership cards to members. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 related physical distancing rules, we are unable to print new cards until staff are able to return to the office. Please check back for any updates, and make sure your address is up to date by logging into your account on BCGEU Member Portal.

What do I do if I lose my card?

If you lose your card, contact membership records (membership@bcgeu.ca).  Ensure your contact information is up to date and ask for a replacement card to be sent out.

What do I do with my card if I’m no longer a member?

Keep it in a safe place in case you get another union job. 

Who do I contact if I still have more questions?

If you have any questions please contact your area office.