CUPE 46 100th Anniversary 2018 Retirement Christmas Banquet and Dance

Hi, everyone! Our posters for this year’s annual Retirement Christmas Banquet and Dance are currently at the printer’s. For a sneak peek at what’s happening this year (and our 100th Anniversary ticket prices), please click on the link below to access a copy of the final poster.

Tickets are still being printed up. Please contact your committee member of choice before approaching them to purchase your ticket(s) for the evening. Ticket purchase cut-off for 2018 will be November 29th — no exceptions.

CUPE 46 Retiree Christmas Banquet and Dance Information

ATTN: CUPE AB Request for Information

Please watch for CUPE Alberta requests for information on the CUPE section of your work site bulletin boards.
We ask that you consider participating in the request as presented by CUPE AB and CUPE Local 46 in order to ensure that a good cross-section of information is collected for the upcoming election in 2019 and encourage our members to vote.
Thank you in advance for participating. 

CUPE National Survey re: Task Force on Governance

At our 2017 National Convention, delegates adopted Resolution 36, which called for the creation of “a Task Force on Governance to conduct a comprehensive review of the governance and structure of our National Union as laid out in the National Constitution” and “report, with recommendations, to the National Executive Board no later than March 2019.”

-Text taken from link

Task Force on Governance (Link to Information & Survey)

CUPE 46’s 100th Anniversary Summer Family BBQ

Local CUPE 46 Executive would like to invite all current CUPE members to the 100th Anniversary Summer Family BBQ taking place at Kin Coulee Park on Saturday, September 8th, from 2-6 p.m. The first guest is free, and additional guests are only $20 per person. Children and grandchildren under the age of 17 are also free.

Catering is being provided by Mike’s Meats later in the afternoon and dessert will be various ice cream treats provided by Swirls. There will be plenty of fun activities for children and grandchildren to participate in and live musical entertainment will be provided by the Rob Hudec Trio throughout the afternoon event.

This event requires advance registration. Please be sure to RSVP to Corinne or Andrew by Friday, August 31 (contact information on the poster below – click/tap for a larger image). Registrations received on and after September 1 will be respectfully declined.

If you have additional questions or queries regarding the event, please direct them to Corinne or Andrew.

Renewing Your Provincial Drivers License

As of April 1st 2016, the Province of Alberta will no longer be mailing out reminders to your home to renew your Provincial drivers license. Employee’s operating City fleet vehicles or equipment are required to have a valid provincial driver’s license.

It is the responsibility of the employee to ensure that your drivers license is renewed prior to the expiration date. The expiry date is the same date as your so that should be easy for your to remember.

Please click the link below to sign up for your free renewal notification via email or text message.

Visit to request your reminder.

Provincial News

 CUPE Alberta News Link

  • CUPE Alberta supports the Festival of Lights
  • CUPE National has a new bargaining guide for addressing domestic violence
  • National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women
  • International Day of Persons with Disabilities
  • Climate change plan will be good for Alberta
  • World AIDS Day

National News

Dark day for Nova Scotia labour relations – CUPE LINK

“With his proposed Public Service Sustainability Act, Premier McNeil has made it official: our province now occupies the basement when it comes to treatment of public sector workers and their right to free collective bargaining,” says McNeil.

After the Paris climate deal: What now? LINK

Charles Fleury, national secretary-treasurer of CUPE, is pleased with CUPE’s participation at the COP but says there is more work ahead. “An imperfect agreement is better than no agreement at all, but now the real work continues,” says Fleury.

December 18, 2015 — International Migrants Day LINK

We are reminded of all the temporary foreign workers in Canada who have been, and continue to be, treated very badly and who experience a great deal of discrimination, harassment and exploitation.