CUPE 3761


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The CUPE 3761 Education Committee is made up of an Education Chairperson and two committee members. The TWO committee members are to be appointed by the CUPE 3761 Executive.

It is the duty of this Committee to:

  • 1) Instruct delegates in the preparation of reports to the membership on seminars and conferences and maintain a reference file of these reports;
  • 2) Co-operate with the Executive Board in preparing press releases and other publicity material;
  • 3) Co-operate with the Education and Public Relations Departments of CUPE, and with the regional Education Representative, in implementing both the Local's and CUPE's policies in these fields;
  • 4) Submit recommendations to the Executive Board regarding the utilization of the Employer paid Education Fund.
  • CUPE 3761 Education Committee is committed to assisting members in education opportunities available to them.  For more information see Funding Guidelines or contact any member of your Education Committee.


The Grievance Committeee will (mandate)


The Negotiations Committee shall be a special ad hoc committee established at least six (6) months prior to the expiry of the Local’s collective agreement and automatically disbanded when a new collective agreement has been signed.

The function of the committee is to prepare collective bargaining proposals and to negotiate a collective agreement. Committee is made up of three (3) members, all elected at a membership meeting and a CUPE national representative. All three members, receiving a majority of vote, will be deemed elected.

The CUPE representative assigned to the Local shall be a non-voting member of the Committee and shall be consulted at all stages from formulating proposals, through negotiations, to contract ratification by the membership


Occupational Health & Safety is an important consideration in all workplaces. Our committee members meet regularly with management to ensure you have a safe, healthy workplace.