CUPE has both a provincial division and a health services division in British Columbia
CUPE BC is the province’s largest labour union, representing more than 85,000 workers in more than 170 locals.
CUPE BC has long advocated for strong communities, pay equity legislation, and safe, inclusive workplaces. The union has also spearheaded campaigns against harmful interprovincial trade agreements, and against the privatization of public water systems.
Mark Hancock was elected president of CUPE BC in April 2013.
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Hospital Employees’ Union
The Hospital Employees’ Union is the B.C. health services division of CUPE representing 43,000 members in more than 270 locals. It’s the largest and oldest health care union in the province.
HEU members work in all areas of the health care system – acute care hospitals, residential care facilities, community group homes, outpatient clinics and medical labs, community social services, and First Nations health agencies – providing both direct and non-direct care services.
Victor Elkins was elected president of HEU in November 2012.
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