To ensure continuity of service during the COVID-19 pandemic, all BCGEU offices are closed and staff are working remotely to assist members.
We recommend that you email the appropriate office if you require assistance.
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.
Today the BCGEU provided its submission to the Select Standing Committee on Children and Youth, an all-party committee of the Legislative Assembly, in response to its regular statutory review of the Representative for Children and Youth Act (SBC, 2006, c. 29).
The Office of the Representative for Children and Youth (RCY) provides an essential point of oversight and review for our province’s ch...
Yesterday Vancouver City council made important steps in bolstering their response to the fentanyl crisis by releasing the second wave of funding intended to provide support to affected communities.
“We are encouraged by City Council’s focus on providing the necessary relief to the hardest hit communities, and to hear about an additional focus on supporting front line workers.” sa...
Tell Us About Your Bad Job
Employer taking your tips?
Unfair treatment of workers is all too common in British Columbia.
Few people know their rights, and getting justice from a bad boss can be nearly impossible.
The BC Employment Standards Coalition is campaigning for better employment laws and stronger enforcement for all workers.
As you may already know the Province of BC has announced that they will be changing the carrier for employee benefits from Pacific Blue Cross to Great West Life.
As benefit entitlements are set out in our negotiated collective agreement, this change should result in no substantive changes in benefits for members.
The change will take effect in April 2017, and BCGEU’s Public Service Bargaining...
Report reaffirms urgent need for B.C. government to transform Aboriginal child welfare system
BURNABY – A report released today by the Representative for Children and Youth (RCY), Bernard Richard, exposed once again the systemic complexity and dysfunction of B.C.’s Aboriginal child welfare system and the urgent need for reform. The report, Broken Promises: Alex’s Story, details the tragic deat...
DATE: Tuesday, March 14, 2017
TIME: 7:00 p.m.
PLACE: Diane L Wood Union Centre
Prince George Area Office of the BCGEU
500 Quebec St, Prince George BC V2L 0C6
Nominations and Elections of Convention Delegate(s) and Alternate Delegates to the 50th BCGEU Triennial Constitutional Convention being held June 14-17, 2017 in Vancouver.
Local 1011 is entitled to s...
DATE: March 3, 2017
TIME: 6:00 pm
PLACE: Cariboo Area Office
107A North First Avenue, Williams Lake
CONVENTION DELEGATE ALTERNATE
If you are interested in being an ALTERNATE Delegate to the 50th BCGEU Triennial Constitutional Convention being held June 14-17, 2017, in Vancouver, please complete the attached nomination form and return it to the Cariboo Area Office by 5...