CUPE Local 5050 represents some 1,100 school board workers with the Cape Breton-Victoria Regional Center for Education(CBVRCE).
This includes the janitors, custodians, cleaners, bus drivers, mechanics, carpenters, electricians, plumbers, h vac technicians, computer technicians, systems administrators, teachers assistants, lunch bus and grounds supervisors, secretaries, student support workers, library technicians, inventory clerks, accounting clerks and other non-teaching staff that provide support and services to the CBVRCE.
Union cell phones are given to the President, 1st Vice President and 2nd Vice President.
Wow Exciting Day! Thank you CUPE Local 5050 for supporting the Children’s Wish Foundation’s Heroes Challenge-Wish Mama Warriors team in Sydney. Mary Elizabeth Jessome -President, Karen Wheeliker Treasurer and Crystal Leighton Vassallo Chair Good of Union dropped by Skyla’s today to present a check for $700.00 towards their Team of Wish moms.
Today we presented a cheque for $700 to children’s wish, proceeds from the paint night.
April 28th is the National Day of Mourning. This day is to pay tribute to our fellow workers who have been killed or injured from a work place accident. This year, CUPE Local 5050 and NSGEU will be co-hosting the ceremonies at the Pier Legion, Branch 128, 850 Victoria Road, Whitney Pier at 11:00 am.
ATTENTION CUPE LOCAL 5050 The Local has purchased “appreciation gifts” to be distributed to members.
Elections will take place May 6, 2018
(2 Year Term) voting for Office: Sergeant-at-Arms
Committees: Labour Management, Grievance, and Communication & Education
At the April 2018 Membership Meeting nominations were accepted for Sergeant-at-Arms.
CUPE Local 5050 is saddened at the death of our brother Robert (Bobby) Albert Walsh. He will be sadly missed by those of us who worked with him for many years. Our deepest condolences go out to his family, friends, co-workers and his CUPE family. Rest easy.
Sending out congratulations to Denise Lewis on being acclaimed as President and Janice Cantwell as 2nd VP. Elections for Sergeant-at-Arms will take place on May 6 at 2:00 at TL Sullivan. Also elections for Grievance, Labour Management and Education, communication Committees.
IMPORTANT REMINDER BURSARY APPLICATION for CUPE Local 5050
CUPE Local 5050 is saddened at the sudden death of our brother Richard ‘Rikki’ Terrance Deveaux. He will be sadly missed by those of us he worked with him for many years. Our deepest condolences go out to his family, friends, co-workers and his CUPE family. Rest easy.
CUPE Local 5050 Family Swim on April 8, 2018.
In the picture are: Crystal Vassallo, Mabel Sullivan, Marcella Price, and Russell Ganaway.
REGULAR MEETING NOTICE ATTENTION ALL LOCAL CUPE 5050 MEMBERS
National Day of Mourning
April 28th is the National Day of Mourning. This day is to pay tribute to our fellow workers who have been killed or injured from a work place accident.
This year, CUPE Local 5050 and NSGEU will be co-hosting the ceremonies at the Pier Legion, Branch 128, 850 Victoria Road, Whitney Pier at 11:00 am.
LOCAL 5050 SITE CONTACT PERSON
CUPE 5050 Family Swim
When: Sunday April 8th 4pm
Elections May 6, 2018 – Dr. T.L. Sullivan
(2 Year Terms) voting for Offices:
President, Second Vice President and Sergeant-at-Arms
Labour Management, Grievance, and Communications & Education
All nominations will be accepted at April 2018 Membership Meeting
For information on the positions and their duties please check out the link below
ATTENTION ALL CUPE LOCAL 5050 MEMBERS
It is that time of year again – classification meetings.
CUPE MEMBERS UPDATE
February 15, 2018
School board support staff voice concerns about restructuring of the Nova Scotia education system
February 15, 2018
February 15 2018 School board support staff voice concerns about restructuring of the Nova Scotia education system
CUPE MEMBERS UPDATE
Liberal Government’s Announcement to Move to One English School Board
January 24, 2018
Response to Glaze Report
Education and Early Childhood Development
January 24, 2018 1:13 PM
CUPE COMMUNIQUE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE JANUARY 24, 2018
Liberal government throws education sector into chaos
CUPE Position Paper Early Childhood Education Nova Scotia’s Pre-Primary Program
CUPE releases position paper supporting play-based learning taught by early childhood educators
ATTENTION CUPE LOCAL 5050
There will be an Occupational Health & Safety presentation by CUPE National Safety Rep Jenna Brookfield. Jenna will do a presentation and open the floor for questions. We have had a lot of concerns come forward lately, especially in the Teacher Assistant Classification, so this is your opportunity to come out and hear from our Safety Rep and ask questions.
When: Saturday, November 25, 2017
Where: Sherwood Park Education Center
Time: 10:00 am
Attention ALL CUPE Local 5050 members, there will be a Meet-Greet-Social on Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 2 PM
Attention: ALL CUPE Local 5050
When: Sunday, November 19, 2017
Where: Sydney Academy
Time: 2:00 pm
ALL CUPE Local 5050 members are invited to come and meet our
Regional Director, CUPE Nova Scotia President and National Representative. All of
these women are originally from the local area.
This is a great opportunity to get to know the people behind the scenes, ask some
questions, mingle with friends and co-workers and enjoy some refreshments.
For refreshment purposes, could you please RSVP via e-mail to
email@example.com or call or text Carman MacDonald at
HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE
Respectfully Submitted in Solidarity
Sister Mary Jessome
WE WILL BE DRAWING FOR A TV AS A DOOR PRIZE
EXECUTIVE ARE NOT ELIGIBLE TO WIN
Carmie Erickson Trade Unionist of the Year 2017 for The Nova Scotia Federation of Labour. Carmie’s daughter Nena accepted the award in her memory on behalf off her family.
Passing information on in case anyone is able to attend, CUPE Local 1485 Inverary Manor in Inverness is planning a rally to protest long term care cuts in Nova Scotia at 11 AM on November 17, 2017.
CUPE COMMUNIQUE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE OCTOBER 27, 2017
CUPE looks for a voice in the Avis Glaze Review Process
Education System Administrative Review Public Survey
Nova Scotia is undertaking an Education System Administrative Review to improve the education system with the success of students at the centre.
An independent consultant, Dr. Avis Glaze, was hired by the province to review the administrative and governance system that supports our students, schools, teachers, parents, and community. That means looking at the people, processes, and structures in place to make the decisions that impact the classrooms in your community.
Please take a moment to complete this short questionnaire. Your answers will provide valuable information as part of Dr. Glaze’s review. All responses will be submitted directly to Dr. Glaze.
The opportunity to provide feedback will close on Friday, November 3.
Fill out our online survey to share your thoughts.
For more information about the Education System Administrative Review visit www.ednet.ns.ca/adminreview.
For information on Member Update Bargaining School Boards click the following link: