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City of Revelstoke and CUPE 363 Workers Reach AgreementCity of Revelstoke
REVELSTOKE - The City of Revelstoke and CUPE 363 are pleased to announce that a five-year agreement has been reached, representing all municipal workers in Revelstoke.
The settlement was tentatively reached last week, following collective bargaining between the Union and City management. Both Revelstoke City Council and CUPE 363 have ratified and accepted the terms of the agreement.
“CUPE 363 members are proud to serve Revelstoke. We are pleased to have reached this agreement that will let us continue providing quality public services to our neighbours and community,” says Jesse Adam, president of CUPE 363.
Dawn Low, Chief Administrative Officer for the City, stated, “I am happy we were able to reach an agreement which is reasonable and fair for everyone. The City values its employees and I believe this agreement directly reflects that.”
In addition to improved benefits, wage increases outlined in the settlement are as follows:
- January 1, 2019 2.5 %
- January 1, 2020 2.0 %
- January 1, 2021 2.0 %
- January 1, 2022 2.0 %
- January 1, 2023 2.0 %
The terms of the agreement are comparable to municipalities throughout British Columbia. CUPE 363 represents approximately 115 outside and inside workers at Public Works, and working in various municipal facilities including City Hall, the RCMP, Parks, Recreation & Culture and Public Works Administrative offices.
For Further Information Contact:
Dawn Low, Chief Administrative Officer, 250-837-2911
Jesse Adam, CUPE 363 President, 250-814-8556