Members from several CUPE locals in Newfoundland and Labrador met on the evening of May 18, 2022, to convene the CUPE NL Municipal Occupational Group (NLMOG).
CUPE national servicing representatives and CUPE NL President Sherry Hillier facilitated the discussion with municipal local executives, focusing primarily on the challenges with employers’ current bargaining trends and participation in CUPE’s provincial Reject the Reset campaign.
The collective agreements for CUPE locals 569, 1289, 2099 and 5459 all expire on June 30, 2022.
Participating locals include:
|CUPE 569||St. John’s (outside workers)|
|CUPE 1289||St. John’s (inside workers)|
|CUPE 1349||Town of Grand Falls-Windsor|
|CUPE 2099||City of Mount Pearl|
|CUPE 3034||Town of Conception Bay South|
|CUPE 5459||St. John’s Sports and Entertainment Ltd.|
The CUPE Newfoundland and Labrador Municipal Occupational Group (NLMOG) represents approximately 1,800 members working in the municipal sector as heavy equipment operators, recreation workers, city inspectors, planners, taxation, administration, and many other job classifications.