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COMPONENT 10 - OPERATIONAL SERVICES

Component 10 primarily includes members who work for private corporations, contracted by the government to maintain provincial highways and bridges. The component also includes members employed by the Canada Line, small private ferries, some municipal governments and other private companies connected with technical services.

NEWS & UPDATES

Convention 2021 wrap-up – a new executive and a new name. - BCGEU

Our union’s 2021 Constitution Convention has come to a close. Over the course of convention, members passed resolutions determining the direction of our union over the next three years and elected our union’s executive officers for the same period. Be on the lookout for a more thorough wrap up of convention in the next issue of The Provincial magazine. ElectionsCongratulations to our new BCGEU ...

COVID-19: BCGEU office closure details - BCGEU

Since the beginning of the Coronavirus outbreak in January, your union has been closely monitoring the situation and acting decisively based on the best available science and expert recommendations to keep members and staff healthy, safe, and informed while maintaining core services and supports for our 80,000+ members across the province during this critical time.Yesterday, I convened the firs...

June 18, 2021

Staff Representative (Temporary) Kelowna area office - BCGEU

  STAFF REPRESENTATIVE (Temporary)KELOWNA AREA OFFICE  INTERNAL POSTINGJune 18, 2021   The B.C. General Employees' Union requires a temporary staff representative to work in the Kelowna Area Office, effective date to be determined. The term of the assignment is up to 16 months or to return of incumbent. DUTIES: Assist officers, stewards and membership in the day-to-day administration of their...

June 17, 2021

Passing of BCGEU member in component 20- - BCGEU

It is with deep sadness we have to inform you of the sudden passing of a member of the BCGEU family. Tristan Montjoy was a valued member of the Conservation Officer Service, part of the BCGEU component 20, and stationed in Fort St. John. Tristan has been a BCGEU member since 2015. In addition to his work in the COS, he also worked in the BC Wildfire Service and was passionate about protecting o...

June 17, 2021

Secretary level 3 – RIS Department (Temporary) - BCGEU

SECRETARY – RESEARCH AND INTERACTIVE SERVICES (Temporary)BCGEU HEADQUARTERS OFFICE  INTERNAL POSTING June 15, 2021   POSITION: SECRETARY – RESEARCH AND INTERACTIVE SERVICES GRADE: LEVEL 3 - MoveUP AGREEMENT (Temporary) A full-time support staff is required to perform secretarial and word processing functions for Staff Representatives in Research and Interactive Services. Term of assignment is u...

June 17, 2021

Staff Representative (Temporary) Prince George area office - BCGEU

STAFF REPRESENTATIVE (Temporary)PRINCE GEORGE AREA OFFICE  INTERNAL POSTINGJune 17, 2021 The B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union requires a temporary staff representative to work in the Prince George Area Office, effective date to be determined. The term of the assignment is to return of incumbent. DUTIES: Assist officers, stewards and membership in the day-to-day administration of t...

June 16, 2021

COLA 2021 - BCGEU

The Annual Highway Adjustment Calculations for 2021 have been finalized. These calculations are based on cost inflation for 2020. The Labour Index adjustment will generate a 4.78% COLA (Cost of Living Allowance) increase for 2021 in all highway maintenance areas with a COLA provision.In the last year of highway maintenance agreements there was no COLA increase given to the contractor or members...

June 13, 2021

Stephanie Smith re-elected to third term at BCGEU’s first virtual convention ...

Vancouver, BC (Coast Salish Territories)-The BCGEU emerged from its 51st triennial constitutional convention on Saturday, June 12th with a new name, an ambitious agenda for the next three years, and Stephanie Smith acclaimed to lead the union's 82,000 members as president for a third term. In addition to president, delegates elected five other members of the 2021-2024 executive committee. Treas...

June 11, 2021

Congratulations to the 2021 BCGEU Scholarship Winners.

Congratulations to the 2021 BCGEU Scholarship Winners. The BCGEU is pleased to support our 2021 scholarship recipients in their continuing education. 2021 Scholarship Winners List  (Winners will be mailed a letter with instructions on how to claim their scholarship). This year, applicants were asked to write an essay on one of four topics: The coronavirus pandemic has deemed frontline workers ...

June 09, 2021

BCGEU to honour Dr. Cindy Blackstock with Spirit of Leadership award at 51st ...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJune 9, 2021BCGEU to honour Dr. Cindy Blackstock with Spirit of Leadership award at 51st conventionBURNABY, B.C. COAST SALISH TERRITORIES – on Thursday, June 10, at the 51st convention of the B.C. Government and Service Employees' Union (BCGEU), Dr. Cindy Blackstock will be honoured with the Spirit of Leadership award, a triennial honour which the union bestows upon an indi...

June 09, 2021

More than 20 per cent of Dollarama shareholders demand human rights risk over...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE One in five shareholders call for human rights probe of outsourcing practices at warehouse and distribution centres Vancouver - Today, 21 per cent of Dollarama (TSX: DOL) shareholders voted in favour of a proposal asking the company to investigate and report on potential human rights abuses enabled by the use of third-party staffing agencies supplying temporary workers. Th...

June 09, 2021

70%+ of Independent Thomson Reuters Shareholders Demand Action on Human Right...

70%+ of Independent Thomson Reuters Shareholders Demand Action on Human Rights Risks Related to ICE Contracts The majority of independent shareholders demand human rights due diligence related to contracts with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Homeland Security Burnaby - At the Thomson Reuters (NYSE, TSX: TRI) annual general meeting of shareholders held today, 19% of all shareholder...

June 02, 2021

SPR Traffic Services LP - Mediation/Arbitration Continues - BCGEU

Labour Relations Board mediator, Grant McArthur, has officially booked out of talks with SPR and your Union representatives. We have made progress with outstanding language in a number of areas, but the major issues still remain on the table, including wages and scheduling. The parties have now mutually agreed to an independent mediator/arbitrator, Mark Atkinson, to assist with concluding negot...

June 01, 2021

BCGEU Indigenous Advisory Committee statement on discovery at Kamloops Indian...

On behalf of the BCGEU Provincial Executive Indigenous Advisory Committee and all Indigenous members of the BCGEU, we express our deepest condolences to the Tk'emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation, the survivors of the Kamloops Indian Residential School and the kin of those who never came home. The BCGEU's Indigenous members across the province, including members of the committee, have shared thei...