About us

Who Is CUPE 374?

Cupe 374 represents over 800 municipal workers in 6 different municipalities throughout the Victoria region. Our members work for municipalities of Oak Bay, Sidney, North Saanich, Colwood, Sooke, Metchosin, Esquimalt and Abilities Community Services.

Our Office is located at: 524 Culduthel Road, Victoria BC, V8Z 1G1

Bylaws

The supplied Bylaws and Policies are adopted by Local 374 in accordance with the CUPE National Constitution (Articles 13.3 and B5.1), to protect the rights of all members, to provide for responsible governance of the Local Union, and to involve as many members of the Local Union as possible through the sharing of duties and …

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Contact us

All members please contact your Unit Vice President first for any workplace issues. Office Location/Mailing Address #201-524 Culduthel Rd. Victoria BC. V8Z 1G1 For General Information requests to Local 374 please contact: Amanda Irving, Recording Secretary: admin@cupe374.ca  Phone: 250-472-0374 For Financial Information requests to Local 374 please contact: Carol McNichol, Secretary-Treasurer:  treasurer@cupe374.ca  Phone: 250-472-0374 Media and other …

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Executive Board

President Shireen Clark president@cupe374.ca 250-472-0374 Executive VP Gary Flynn 250-881-5079 Oak Bay Public Works Secretary-Treasurer Carol McNichol treasurer@cupe374.ca 250-472-0374 Esquimalt Finance Recording Secretary Amanda Irving recordingsecretary@cupe374.ca 250-472-0374 Colwood Corporate Services Unit Vice Presidents Abilities Community Services Meredith Jenkinson merjen@telus.net   City of Colwood Gord Beauvillier 250-478-5999 Colwood Parks   District of Metchosin Melissa Kirk mkirk@metchosin.ca …

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History

Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 374 History: 1940 to 2016   History has been categorized into decades starting with the oldest information found. CUPE 374 was founded in Saanich, and has evolved over the years and now includes municipal workers in Oak Bay, Sidney, North Saanich, Colwood, Sooke, Metchosin and Esquimalt.  1940 – 1949 …

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