The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) represents over 30,000 members across Saskatchewan working in a variety of public service occupations including: health care, K-12 school system, universities, libraries, municipalities, and community-based organizations.
|CUPE Sector Councils/Committees in Saskatchewan|
|Health Care Council of Unions|
|Education Workers’ Steering Committee|
|Library Workers’ Steering Committee|
|Municipal Employees’ Steering Committee|
|Community Based Organizations (CBOs) Steering Committee|
The following links are available to find out more about sector representation bodies within CUPE including the Health Care Council of Unions and occupational group steering committees.
Health Care Council of Unions
CUPE represents over 13,000 health care providers working in hospitals, long-term care, home care, community rehabilitation services and mental health services. From continuing care aids to licensed practical nurses (LPNs), dietary staff to medical diagnostic technologists and technicians, housekeeping and laundry aids to clerical and maintenance staff, CUPE members are an important part of the health care team caring for you and your loved ones.
The Health Care Council of Unions has an elected President and Executive Board acting as the political voice and bargaining council for CUPE locals 3967, 4777, 4980, 5111 and 5999. CUPE represents members working in the following health regions: Prairie North Health Region, Prince Albert Parkland Health Region, Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region, Sun Country Health Region and Sunrise Health Region.
Education Workers’ Steering Committee
CUPE represents nearly 8,000 education workers across Saskatchewan in the pre K-12 school system. From educational assistants to library assistants and technicians, custodians to trades workers, school secretaries to school bus drivers, social workers to computer technicians, CUPE members support Saskatchewan students each and every school day.
Library Workers’ Steering Committee
CUPE represents workers in eight libraries in Saskatchewan: Regina, Saskatoon, Lakeland, Palliser, Parkland, Southeast, Wapiti, and John M. Cuelenaere. CUPE members are information specialists, research assistants, fact finders, literacy trainers, English as a Second Language trainers, children’s story tellers, puppeteers, and much more.