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Hello CUPE 3433,
Elections were held on Wednesday, May 3 during our AGM for positions on the Executive with expiring terms. Election results were as follows:
Secretary-Treasurer: (2 year term)
Communications Officer: (2 year term)
Grievance Officer: (2 year term)
Membership Officer: (2 year term)
The positions of President (Roxie Ibbitson), Vice-President (Kellie Mattatall), Recording Secretary (Alana Estabrooks), and Education Office (Elaine Simpson) will be up for election in the spring of 2018.
In addition Trustee positions are now as follows:
Lesley Bonang (3-yr)
Raine Phythian (2-yr)
Sarah Kardash (1-yr)
Welcome new and returning Executive members.
CUPE recognizes International Workers’ Day today, May 1, in solidarity with millions of workers around the world. In commemoration of the struggle for an eight-hour work day, we recognize the historic struggles of workers who have gone before us and their hard-fought gains we benefit from today.
For more information: https://cupe.ca/may-1-international-workers-day
As we approach the end of the term of our collective agreement (June 30, 2017), a general survey was sent out via email to all members of CUPE 3433 on March 15 giving members an opportunity to comment on aspects of the collective agreement.
The results of this survey will help in creating a second survey, aimed at narrowing the issues of importance. This survey will be sent out around May. There will also be a special meeting for members to discuss bargaining in more detail.
Members are welcomed to contact any member of the bargaining team directly with any questions or concerns.
The members of your team are:
Demand universal access to college and university.
Be a part of the student movement: http://www.cfs-fcee.ca/
The President’s Advisory Committee on Women’s and Gender Issues invites the Mount Allison Campus and the Sackville community to attend these events planned to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievement of women and to continue the dialogues of gender parity, violence, and inclusion.
The executives of Locals 2338 and 3433, along with the Unite for Fairness Ad Hoc Committee, would like to invite you to a Christmas Social.
DATE: Tuesday December 8th, 2015
TIME: 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
WHERE: The Pond, Wallace McCain Student Centre
The event will include Christmas music, finger food, a complimentary drink ticket, door prizes, and 50/50 draw with two winners.
THIS EVENT IS FOR YOU, SO PLEASE DROP IN SOCIALIZE, MEET NEW PEOPLE AND HAVE SOME FUN!
Thanks to the expanded pension committee who has worked diligently since 2013, we have researched, discussed and pushed to secure a situation where we protect and ensure a sustainable defined pension plan for our members, insuring dignity and security upon retirement.
This responsibility was not taken lightly and after much deliberations a vote was taken and it was decided to bring this to the Executive and to the membership.
With the support of the Executive I would like to recommend that members accept these changes and vote yes.
Voting will occur at the R.P. Bell Library:
- Thursday, October 1, 2015 from 1 pm-4 pm
- Friday, October 2, 2015 from 9 am-4 pm
President, CUPE Local 3433/MASA
There is a CUPE NB Convention coming up April 16th – 18th at the Fredericton Inn, Fredericton.
These conferences are a great opportunity to network with members of other locals, and have fun. Your time away from work, travel, accommodations and meals are paid for from CUPE funding.
If any members would like to attend, please notify us by March 6th.
Members of the Executive who will be in attendance are Phil Cormier and Kellie Mattatall.
Details of the Convention are here: https://nb.cupe.ca/convention-2014/