Yesterday BCGEU Component 5 – Retail Stores and Warehouse – members at the Vancouver Distribution Centre were informed that the government has identified a potential location for an interim warehouse to replace the current warehouse for a five-year period.
In order to finalize the plan, government has issued a Notice of Intent outlining the specifications needed for their temporary warehouse....
The BCGEU is proud to stand with members of the Canadian Union of Brewery and General Workers (CUBGW) in their fight for a fair contract.
Despite boasting revenues in the tens of billions, MolsonCoors has repeatedly come to the table demanding concessions from employees at their Toronto brewery.
“BCGEU’s 72,000 members are standing strong with our friends at CUBGW in Toronto in their fight ...
LOCAL: All Local 503 Members
DATE: February 15, 2017
TIME: 5:00 pm
PLACE: Lower Mainland Area Office (Musqueam Room)
Suite 130 – 2920 Virtual Way, Vancouver V5M 0C4
Nominations are open for delegates to the BCGEU convention.
Election of delegates to the BCGEU 50th CONVENTION
Call for Resolutions 2017 BCGEU Convention
Election of Delegates and Alternat...
Older people living in long-term care homes are often overlooked, forgotten behind the walls.
An ambitious project taken on by the province's Office of the Seniors Advocate aims to change that by interviewing all 27,000 residents in 303 care homes across the province.
COMPONENT: Retail Stores & Warehouse
LOCAL: 501 – General Meeting
DATE: Tuesday, January 31, 2017
TIME: 7:30 pm
PLACE: BCGEU Victoria Area Office (2994 Douglas St.)
2nd Floor Members Lounge
Resolutions to the Triennial BCGEU Convention in June
Discussion of Pay Rates
1. No funds or assistance in kind will be contributed from the Union, Components, Locals or Cross Component Committees other than that specified in the guidelines. There will be no Component hospitality suites during Convention.
2. Declared candidates will have an opportunity to have a picture and a personal statement of no more than 1,000 words in a special election issue of The Provincial....
The sale of liquor in grocery stores in North Cowichan will continue to be prohibited.
That’s the decision that the municipality came to after a lengthy discussion at the council meeting on Dec. 21