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Kelly Murray

National Representative

CUPE Local 1978

HQ Phone:  (613) 237-1590

Direct Phone: (902) ***-****direct phone

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CUPE Local 1978

1375 St. Laurent Boulevard

Ottawa, Ontario,K1G 0Z7

Canada

Company Description

CUPE Local 1978 has approximately 950 members and represents four bargaining units: - Capital Regional District (CRD) - Health Science Professionals (VIHA) - West Shore Parks and Recreation - Greater Victoria Housing Society Members work all across the Gulf Is...more

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www.3912.cupe.ca

It was unfortunate that during this period Kelly Murray, the CUPE representative who had long worked with the local, was transferred to other duties.


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CUPE long term care coordinator Kelly Murray said, "Contract talks to reach a first collective agreement at two new Shannex nursing homes have reached an impasse as a result."
"Both Parkland at the Lakes which employs some 80 nursing home workers in Dartmouth and Bissett Court which employs another 55 workers in Cole Harbour are insisting on treating employees differently by attempting to negotiate two different sets of benefits for employees working in the facilities," Murray added. Kelly Murray       CUPE LTC Co-ordinator      Tel: (902) 455-4180


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CUPE long-term care coordinator Kelly Murray, the union's chief negotiator for the economic package that will flow to 3,500 long-term care workers in 36 facilities across the province, said the agreement means they can now "put the wage parity issue to bed for this sector." 
"Issues important to nursing home workers had to be sacrificed during this round of bargaining on the march to parity. In the next round - which is only a little over a year away - CUPE can focus on these important issues and not be distracted by the need to secure equal pay for work of equal value." In the coming weeks all of the other CUPE locals will be asked to vote on the same tentative agreement. Murray says he and his provincial bargaining committee will be recommending acceptance of the settlement. Kelly Murray Long-term care coordinator (902) 455-4180


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CUPE National Representative Kelly Murray says, "These 110 drivers transport students with the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board (AVRSB), which chose to contract out the service several years ago.
"As a result, they are the lowest paid group of school bus drivers in Nova Scotia and we'd like to change that," says Murray. "Under CUPE's new provincial bargaining structure - recently agreed to with the Department of Education - we have achieved a standard rate for school bus drivers which is $18.81 an hour," he says. "We will be approaching the AVRSB and suggesting to them that when the contract with First Student Canada expires in about a year's time, there will no longer be a need to contract out the service because the province has committed to these wage rates for all CUPE drivers across the province," says Murray. "While there may have been some rationale to contract out the service years ago, that is no longer the case with the new provincial agreement.  This should be a no-brainer for Board members with the AVRSB," he says.


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CUPE National Representative Kelly Murray says, "These 110 drivers
transport students with the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board (AVRSB), which chose to contract out the service several years ago. "As a result, they are the lowest paid group of school bus drivers in Nova Scotia and we'd like to change that," says Murray. "Under CUPE's new provincial bargaining structure - recently agreed to with the Department of Education - we have achieved a standard rate for school bus drivers which is $18.81 an hour," he says. "We will be approaching the AVRSB and suggesting to them that when the For further information: Kelly Murray, CUPE National Rep., (902) 455-4180 (o); John McCracken, CUPE Communications Rep., (902) 455-4180 (o)


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