During the last Labour Management meeting with the employer, CUPE 1048 union President, David Wieler asked if the City of Prince George had any plans to make the COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for their workers. The answer was “no”. Mandatory vaccinations are not something they have considered. The City of Prince George has no plans to make the vaccine mandatory for their workers.
Nominations are now closed:
Here are our nominations
2nd Vice: Carmen Wildman
Trustee: Jaime LeFrancois
Still need nominations for the Joint Health and Safety Committee at 18th Ave and City Hall!
We need nominations for
Trustee: Term ending 2023
Health and Safety Committees : 18th Avenue Yard: 1 Regular Member and 1 Alternate
: City Hall: 1 Alternate member
2nd Vice – Accepting nominations until December 11. At that time, all nominees will be posted on the website and Facebook. Elections in January!
September General Meeting Update
Sonja Towle was nominated and elected into the 1 year Trustee position, thank you Sonja.
Michelle Leinwebber was nominated and elected to the 18th Ave Health and Safety committee.
Karen Welch and Scott Hunyadi were nominated and elected to the City Hall Health and Safety Committee.
Motion presented to and passed by the membership to pay a portion of the Executive cell phone bills.
Motion presented to and passed by the membership to do a fall pumpkin giveaway.
Membership survey presentation by the Strategic Planning Committee.
Save the date! General meeting September 24. We are looking at doing a hybrid meeting ZOOM and in person.
In person space in Council Chambers is LIMITED. If you can join via ZOOM, please do so.
No food is provided at this meeting due to restrictions with COVID and the sharing of food. Please bring your own dinner or snack.
Nominations & elections:
Trustee – 3 year term ending June 2023
Trustee – 1 year term ending June 2021
H &S committee City Hall – 2 positions
H & S committee 18th ave yard- 1 position
Exec cell phones – Motion for membership approval
Community Donation – Pumpkin give away (October)
Flex time update
CUPE National investigation report
Strategic planning committee presentation on members & bargaining survey
We need Shop Stewards to represent our members. Please come support your fellow co-workers.
When we have enough interest, we can get level 1 training here in town. You will be provided with the tools and resources to become an effective Shop Steward.
If you have more questions or are interested, please contact Exec@cupe1048.ca
Members voted in favour of donating money to the local Legion. We will be presenting our donation in co-operation with local 399.
Details to be announced for date. Thank you to those who came to the meeting.
The Bargaining Committee has been elected:
David Wieler – President@cupe1048.ca
Dave Bobbie – ChiefSteward@cupe1048.ca
Carmen Wildeman – CWildeman@cupe1048.ca
Karen Welch – KWelch@cupe1048.ca
The Bargaining committee has met and discussed bargaining for the upcoming term.
They have the results of the Bargaining Survey that was sent out.
If you have any questions, please ask!
We need to form a Bargaining committee. We need one person and one alternate person to participate in Bargaining.
A special meeting will take place on Monday July 27, 2020 for nominations and elections for these two positions.
We are working out the logistics of holding hybrid meetings (in a room or outdoor and via Zoom). Hopefully we have something worked out for the September membership meeting!!
Your new Executive members are:
President: David Wieler
1st Vice President: Ellisha Nelson
2nd Vice President: Dustin Pridham
Chief Shop Steward: David Bobbie
Treasurer: Bev Livingstone
Congratulations to all and thanks to all who put their names forward as members.
We will be joining the existing members in the formation of the new Executive.
We hope to create a more open and receptive Executive that represents the members to the fullest capability.