Convention Delegates 2019

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Every two years, both CUPE National and the Nova Scotia Federation of Labour hold conventions.

The CUPE National event will be held in Montreal – Oct 7-11, 2019, and
The Nova Scotia Federation of Labour event will take place in Halifax – Oct 27-30, 2019.

Local 3890 is entitled to send three delegates to the CUPE Convention and four delegates to the NSFL Event.

During our Local 3890 June meeting, elections were held to select the delegates.
The CUPE delegation is Ron Davis, Robert MacKay, and Clint Eagles.
the NSFL delegation is Ron Davis, Lisa Davison, Robert MacKay, and Sherrylynn Woodworth.

Ratification 2018 Results

Contract Ratified!

As a result of the Vote held Saturday, October 6th, 2018, the membership has ratified the proposed agreement reached by our Bargaining Committee.

When the entire new agreement becomes available, it will be published here on this website. Allow a few days for this process.

CCRSB changes name

CCRSB Changes Name

The CCRSB Regional Update of March 29, 2018 states that the ‘Chignecto-Central Regional School Board’ will change it’s name to the ‘Chignecto-Central Regional Centre for Education’ effective April 1, 2018.
The web and social media sites will reflect this change right away but other changes may take time to implement.

Read the CCRSB article – March 29, 2018. – Opens in a new window.


According to our local by-laws:
Section 1 – Name
The name of this Local will be: Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 3890, Chignecto-Central Regional School Board.

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(Editor comment – If a change is contemplated in our official name, would it be desirable to have a shorter form to work with?)

A suggestion – change that section to read:
Section 1 – Name
The name of this Local will be: Canadian Union of Public Employees, Local 3890, Chignecto-Central Regional Centre for Education.” and for brevity, may also be referred to as: CUPE Local 3890, CCRCE.


NSTU News Release February 21, 2018

NSTU votes to protect public education

Nova Scotia teachers voted firmly in favour of protecting public education by giving the NSTU a strike mandate.

Eighty-two and a half per cent voted in favour of job action. Ninety-four per cent of NSTU public schools members participated in the vote.

“Teachers are prepared to put themselves at risk, both professionally and financially, to stop a damaging experiment in our public education system,” says NSTU President, Liette Doucet.

To read the full News release from the NSTU website CLICK HERE Article will open in new window.


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