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Across Campus

File contains the March 1980 issue of Across Campus. Topics discussed include mediation of contract negotiations with UBC, pension plans, Graduate Student Centre membership, Steward Seminar, leaves of absence, reprints of newspaper articles, Christmas leave, union job descriptions, boycott news from the B.C. Federation of Labour, correspondence, and general membership meetings.

AUCE History

File contains materials relating to the formation of the Association of University and College Employees, including two issues of the AUCE Local 1 newsletter Across Campus, photocopies of articles, a report on the history of CUPE 2950 (AUCE successor), and an account of signing the first AUCE collective agreement, dated 1972 to 1999.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 5, April 1, 1974, urges members to vote for AUCE Local 1 (UBC) to represent library and clerical staff at UBC, and includes information on division meetings and stewards.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 8, June 4, 1974, describes a mass contract study session undertaken by 831 AUCE members, negotiations with UBC, a meeting notice, mediation strategies, powers of the executive, the grievance committee, provincial union representatives, notice of bylaw amendment, wage demands, AUCE members working at Vancouver General Hospital (VGH), statement of income and expenses for September 24, 1973 to May 15, 1974, UBC wage proposals, the treasurer's report including proposed expenditures for furniture and office equipment, and office staffing and duties.

Other topics discussed include a comparision of employee rights and benefits from the 1970s to the 1990s, discussions about other unions (OTEU, CUPE), wages, organizing, membership, voting, contracts, negotiation, benefits, and the history of unions in Canada.

Communications

File contains the AUCE Local 1 (UBC) newsletter ""Across Campus,"" correspondence, reports, and other records dated April 25, 1973 to October 1973. Topic discussed include the dissolution of a library committee (Coboss) and their support for the AUCE, labour board certification delays, courses for staff, rights of employees during probation, opposing discrimination, information and procedure for stewards handling grievances, history of the AUCE and Locals, steward duties and rights, an article and brief about the Status of Women at UBC report, wage increases vs. percentage increases, salaries, petition to the University Labour Committee about negotiations, job classification and job security, and meeting rules of order. File also contains a copy of the ""Final Report of the President's Ad Hoc Committee which considered 'A Report on the Status of Women at the University of British Columbia' with particular reference to Employed Staff"" dated October 1973, and the following copies of the AUCE newsletter:

Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 1, April 25, 1973 includes information on organizing committees and a pamphlet ""Anti-Biblos"" published by library staff, the dental plan, AUCE publications available for distribution, overtime regulations and calculation, that office staff are not required to wash dishes, present salary scales, and notice of membership meeting.

Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 2, May 22, 1973 includes information on the AUCE membership drive and certification by the Labor Relations Board, organization efforts in the library, retirement and pensions, setting up committees for grievances and communications, the CCU convention in Winnipeg, rumours of faculty joining a government employees union, new executive members, notice of membership meeting, an opinion poll on whether the AUCE should become an official union or not, a new SFU salary scale, and revision of Local 1 division structure.

Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 1, October 3, 1973 includes information on the new proposed Labor Code and certification, part-time workers, notice of membership meeting, renting office space in the student union building, an update on the membership drive, reclassification procedure and job duties, UBC staff salaries and average wages in B.C., and wage comparisions with other unions.

Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 2, October 22, 1973 includes information on communicating policy changes, notice of membership meeting, amendments to bylaws on dues and finances, part-time hourly employees, an update on the membership drive, bi-monthly salary payment, grievance procedures, the AUCE office opening, job reclassification results and retroactive pay, holidays in December, and daycare.

Across Campus news release includes information on the membership drive and AUCE background, and a talk by Alderman Harry Rankin on the subject of labor law, certification, and the role of unions in bargaining and grievance procedures.

Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 3, November 5, 1973 includes information on Harry Rankin and his talk, AUCE participation in the Coalition on University Reform and changes to the Universities Act, notice of membership meeting, amendements to bylaws on dues and finances, participation in a committee on women's rights, an update on the membership drive, UBC exemption from the Human Rights Act, and new insurance and disability plans.

Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 4, November 15, 1973 includes information on the membership drive, an AUCE party, dues for part-time staff, publication of the AUCE constitution and bylaws, notice of special membership meeting, renting office space, donations, information on the Local 1 Executive, a report released by the President's Ad Hoc Committee on the status of women non-academic staff at UBC, and revised job descriptions.

Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 5, November 26, 1973 includes information on the membership drive, the AUCE party, notice of special membership meeting, renting office space, the question of including VGH Faculty of Medicine in the bargaining unit, probation and salary scale, and a list of division organizers.
Across Campus Volume 1, Issue 6, December 31, 1973 includes information on the status of the AUCE, notice of membership meeting, establishing a steward structure and contract committee, donations, key points of the constitution and bylaws, an update on certification, negotiation of the initial contract, compulsory dues, retroactive pay and job reclassification, preparing for negotiations with university administration, a tentative division structure, and temporary employees being denied holidays.

Communications

File contains correspondence, newsletters, bulletins, and other records dated February 7, 1975 to September 28-29, 1974. Topics discussed include interactions and conflict between Locals and AUCE Provincial, contract negotiations, and amendments to the AUCE provincial constitution. File also contains the following newsletters and bulletins:

Across Campus Volume 3, Number 1, February 5, 1975 includes information on job evaluation committee activities, natural and artificial lighting in the workplace, the structure of the provincial executive, executive elections, a postal strike, a report from the union office, the university community credit union, reports from Locals, the AUCE provincial, and pension committee, finances, contracts, and executive contact information.

Across Campus Volume 3, Number 2, March 5, 1975 includes information on the first annual AUCE convention and a call for delegates, grievances and reclassification, the discrimination article in the contract, the CKLG (CUPE Local 686) strike, the university community credit union, an editorial, reports from Locals and the provincial executive, and study benefits and taking courses at UBC.

Across Campus Volume 2, Number 4, April 1975 includes information on nominations, CUPE 116, strike committee proposals, commentary on the strike committee report, contract discussion and a Division D contract workshop, inflation and wages, women in the workplace, a list of contract committee members, reports on finances, communications, and a summary of the March 13, 1975 meeting minutes, the cost of living in BC, the question of paid positions in the union office, and a request for information on UBC's budget.

Across Campus Volume 2, Number 5, May 1975 includes information on the AUCE Local 2 (SFU) strike, contract negotiations at SFU, resignation of the Local 1 vice-president, a list of contract committee members, a report on Labour Relations Board hearings on student assistants and seniority steps, letters to the editor, campus co-op rental housing, reports from Locals and the provincial executive, finances, discussion on affiliation with other organizations, the future of AUCE, the benefits and drawbacks of having a provincial organization, the requirements for running a union, Malaspina College support staff withdrawing their charter with the AUCE, a book review on painting in Canada, a poem, and financial and communications reports.

Across Campus Volume 2, Number 6, July 1975 includes information on the AUCE and its members, wages and contracts, a report from the job evaluation committee, criticism of the job evaluation committee, an excerpt of an article on wage hikes, the effect of inflation on workers, a poem, a discussion of apathy, an overview of other unions operating on campus (BCGEU, HSA, CUPE, OTEU, IUOE), an appeal from the contract committee for research assistance, and facts and figures from the UBC budget.

Across Campus Volume 2, Number 7, August 1975 includes information on the form and content of the newsletter, a question about salutations in correspondence, Malaspina College staff representation by CUPE, a discussion of across-the-board and percentage increases, job evaluation, an overview of OTEU Local 15, analysis and commentary on UBC's contract proposal, a summary of Local 2's (SFU) contract, inflation and ecocomics in the USA and its effects, a glossary of terms, the university community credit union, an article on SORWUC, and changes to bus schedules.

Across Campus Volume 3, Number 7 September 1975 includes information on contract committee negotiations and members, a message from the Canadian Association for Repeal of the Abortion Laws, a membership meeting discussing wage scales, opinions on wage restraints, scheduling and meeting conflicts, supporting CUPW and boycotting the postal code, a labour studies course offered at Capilano College, a personal narrative about work, poetry, AUCE history, strikes, lockouts, and picketing, courses offered by the Vancouver People's Law School, a strike strategy for UBC, a list of organizations run by and supporting women in Vancouver, a report from the grievance committee, and a reprint of the notice of bus schedule changes.

Across Campus September 23, 1975 includes information on contract negotiations and a detailed report on the negotiation process to date.

Across Campus Bulletin Number 2, October 1, 1975 includes information on contract negotiations and updates on the process, nominations for convention delegates and table officers, the agenda for the October 9, 1975 membership meeting, statement of income and expenses, and the meeting minutes from September 11, 1975.

Across Campus November 16, 1975 includes information on contract negotiations, membership demands, calling a strike vote, detailed discussion of contract issues, effects of legislation, updates on committee meetings, resolutions passed at the AUCE provincial convention, daycare for children of staff members, grievances, and the CUPW postal strike.
UBC Library Bulletin Number 120, April 9, 1975 includes information on an increased library operating budget, the establishment of library task forces on binding, security, collections, and extended services, new filing policies, renovation of Brock Hall into a processing building, a report on travel grants and expenses, the history of technical services workspaces in the UBC library, and announcements.

Communications

File contains the AUCE Local 1 newsletter ""Across Campus"" dated December 28, 1976 to January 23, 1976. File also contains a news release, proposed contract amendments and commentary, and the following newsletters:

Across Campus Number 14, December 28, 1976 includes information on the Anti-Inflation Board (AIB) rollback and wages, a BCTF lawsuit against the provincial government, union dues, grievances, an AUCE steward seminar, meeting minutes from December 9, 1976, the first meeting of the joint AUCE and Professional Staff Study Committee on the Employment of Women in Non-Academic Positions, and a call for a public meeting on the AIB.

Across Campus Number 13, December 3, 1976 includes information on contract negotiations, a letters section featuring comments from members, daycare services, a statement of resignation from the president, detailed commentary on grievances and grievance process, comments from the newsletter editors, the agenda for the December 9, 1976 membership meeting, analysis of an arbitration case, meeting minutes from November 4, 1976, correspondence with UBC Employee Relations on grievances, an AUCE brief to the AIB discussing other universities and discrimination, and tables of comparative salaries at UBC, SFU, UVIC, and Capilano College.

Across Campus Number 12, October 28, 1976 includes information on the university wage offer, letters from the membership, detailed contract and grievance reports, a financial report, an assertiveness training workshop, contract committee progress, meeting minutes from September 9, 1976 and October 7, 1976, bylaw amendments, supporting CUPE in the event of a strike, nominations, censure against the delegates to the provincial convention, comments from the newsletter editor.

Across Campus Number 11, October 12, 1976 includes information on the history of women in unions, letters from the membership on topics such as job evaluation and responses to letters, university proposals, comments from the newsletter editor, and a poem.

Across Campus Number 10, October 4, 1976 is a special contract issue containing a detailed report on union and university presentations from August 19 to September 2, and includes UBC's contract proposal in regards to employee definitions, leave of absence, picket lines, working conditions, vacations, hours of work, sick and maternity leave, seniority, resignation, job postings, promotion, transfer, layoff, recall, complaints, wages, and letters of agreements.

Across Campus Number 9, September 27, 1976 includes a detailed report on the negotiation process, information on grievances, an article on the Anti-Inflation Board (AIB) wage rollback, a notice from the treasurer regarding a change in dues, a membership update, a request for volunteers, CUPE Strike Support vote results, University Community Credit Union services, operating office equipment, and a letter from the editor.

Across Campus Number 8, September 1976 includes an article on the effect of lighting on the human body, executive reports from August 12 and 17, 1976, meeting minutes from August 5, 12, and 19, 1976, with information on proposed contract amendments, corrspondence, grievances, referendum results, bylaw amendments, statements from vice-presidential nominees, articles on union participation and lighting, letters from the membership on newseltter content and day care, SORWUC's collective agreement, provincial referendum results, clippings and notices, a newsletter opinion poll, and a poem.

Across Campus Number 7, August 1976 includes an article on union objectives, an appeal to join the communications committee, notices, comments on newsletter content, an interview with an AUCE member, an article on the effects of light, clippings, reports on finances and grievances, and an executive report from June 30, 1976.

Across Campus Number 6, July 1976 includes an article on wages, the result of a grievance case, a detailed article on the safety and effectiveness of family drugs, an interview with an AUCE member, articles on the effects of light, the history of unionism, the Kitsilano Food Co-op, and Chilean politics and history, a proposed agenda for the July 8 meeting, an executive report form June 21, 1976, a financial report, a update on contract proposals, committees on women and employment, an office manual, a clipping service, provincial reports, the Skyway Luggage strike, and ""for sale"" notices.

Across Campus Number 5, June 1976 includes information on the AUCE contract and layoffs, a meeting agenda, and executive report, committee reports on strikes, job evaluation, grievances, and VGH, comments on observing the HEU picket line and essential services, cancellation of the steward's seminar, an assertiveness training workshop, an interview with an AUCE member, comments on a general strike, an article on the history of unionism, bylaw amendments, and meeting minutes from May 13, 1976.

Across Campus Number 4, May 1976 includes information on referendum results, a potential strike at VGH, the AUCE contract and employee status, membership meetings, an agenda, financial and provincial reports, mailing service costs, recommended constitutional amendments, provincial proposals, an executive report, reports on strikes and sick leave, in-depth discussion on electing a second union organizer, an article on the effects of light, a wage and price report from the BC Teachers' Federation, an interview with an AUCE member, library staff interactions with UBC administration, an article on the Labour Code, a comment on the strike fund, and a campus who's who.

Across Campus Volume 3, Number 2, April 1976 includes information on grievances, reports from the executive, strike, contract, and grievance committees, a proposal for disciplinary procedure, a provincial report, an arbitration case, steward's seminar, correspondence and letters from other organizations such as SORWUC, the Vancouver Taxi Workers' Union, the Leonard Peltier Defence Committee, and newsletter notes.

Across Campus Special Strike Edition, February 1976 includes information on AUCE history, negotiating with UBC, background on a previous AUCE strike in December 3-10, 1975, a profile of UBC vice-president Chuck Connaghan, commentary on AUCE and other unions, an open letter to trade unions on campus, a chronology of AUCE's relationship with the BC Federation of Labour, reprinted correspondence between the AUCE, the UBC Board of Governors, and the BC Federation of Labour, personal experiences of picketers, a ""did you know"" section, and comments on Bill C73.

AUCE #1 Division ""B"" Newsletter, February 19, 1976 includes information on contributing to the newsletter, contact information for representatives and division steward, electing a contract committee representative, notices, open nominations, calls for volunteers, the union contract, membership participation, Across Campus Special Strike Edition, and a brief report on the last executive meeting.
AUCE Local 1 Division D Newsletter, February 9, 1976 includes information on Division D representatives and vacant positions, grievances, notices, and a meeting for new AUCE members.

Across Campus January 23, 1976 includes a report from the union organizer, committee reports on sick leave, job evaluation, pensions, and working conditions, commentary on the provincial association and a full time representative, a report on suspensions, an SFU staff training research group, a letter of thanks to the contract committee, notices, a meeting between staff, faculty, and students, and criticism of scabs.

Communications

File contains the AUCE Local 1 newsletter ""Across Campus"" dated March 9, 1978 to December 1978.

Across Campus Number 3, March 9, 1978 includes information on the union organizer position, the university daycare, meeting minutes from February 16 and 23, 1978, and an agenda for March 16, 1978.

Across Campus Number 1, January 20, 1978 includes a meeting agenda for January 26, 1978, notice of motions on the AIB and SORWUC, letters and articles on SORWUC and the AIB, pros and cons of a second union organizer position, referendum results, grievance committee motions and reports, letters from members and editor's comments, daycare, quorum at meetings, bonus pay and contracts, reprinted articles on union participation, meeting minutes from December 13, 1977, lists of division representatives and stewards, articles on anti-labour legislation, Bill 92, a campus who's who, and a questionnaire.

Across Campus Number 2, February 17, 1978 includes a meeting agenda for February 23, 1978, a financial statement, meeting minutes from January 26, 1978, notices, a memo to the contract committee about holidays and sick leave, grievance reports, a list of stewards and division representatives, a division map, labour studies courses, a list of new executives, and information on employee files.

Across Campus Number 4, April 10, 1978 includes a meeting agenda for April 20, meeting minutes from March 16, 1978, a treasurer's statement, correspondence, a grievance committee update, motions on arbitration expenses, reports from the strike and communications committees, letters from members, reprinted articles on equal pay for work of equal value, the UBC budget, UBC renovations, government supervision of strike votes, inflation, daycare, and a list of executives.

Across Campus Number 5, May 5, 1978 includes a meeting agenda for May 18, meeting minutes from April 27 and 20, 1978, information on contracts, financial statements, charges of AUCE members crossing picket lines, disciplinary bylaws, letters for and against daycare donation, letters from members and editor's responses, responses to the newsletter questionnaire, a notice of resignation, reprinted articles on strike pay, inflation, government controls, taxes, food prices, and farm incomes, commentary on the AUCE and the Operating Engineers Strike, a press release from SORWUC, support for a bus route, information on unemployment insurance, a classified section, and a list of executive members.

Across Campus Number 6, June 1978 includes a meeting agenda for June 5, meeting minutes from May 18, 1978, financial statements, a provinical report, correspondence, maternity leave precendents, lists of division stewards and committee members, a division map, letters from members and editor's responses, reprinted articles on unionization in Sweden, public sector controls, and negotiation, maternity leave benefits repayment, and a list of executives.

Across Campus Number 7, July 1978 includes a meeting agenda for July 20, meeting minutes from June 15, 1978, purchasing or renting an addressing machine, donations to SORWUC, correspondence, a financial statement, a report from the strike committee, letters on wages, deductions, grammar, a letter from Vancouver Rape Relief, a statement of purpose by the Greater Vancouver Union of the Unemployed, an update on UIC payback requests, reprinted articles on the AIB, the AUCE, a copy of the UBC Faculty Association Newsletter, a news release from the BC Federation of Labour, a notice from the BC Teachers Credit Union, a report on a steward seminar, lists of division stewards and committee members, a division map, contract information, and a list of executives.

Across Campus Number 8, August 1978 includes a meeting agenda for August 10, meeting minutes from July 20, 1978, correspondence, a treasurer's report, financial statements, an auditors' report, a strike committee report, a synopsis of a library grievance, letters from members and responses, criticism of the AUCE Provincial, a poem, a news release from the BC Federation of Labour on Bill 40, commentary on pensions, a reprint of the UBC Faculty Association Newsletter, correspondence with UBC on salaries, reprinted articles on student employment and inflation and expenses, an update on the UIC maternity benefits payback, lists of division stewards and committee members, a division map, contract information, and a list of executives.

Across Campus Number 9, September 1978 includes a meeting agenda for September 14, meeting minutes from August 23, 1978, information on loans from the BC Teachers Credit Union, correspondence, motions related to a committee of inquiry, statement of income and expenses, a notice about the AIB payback, the dental plan, letters from members and responses, an update and appeal for support from SORWUC, AUCE salary increases, election results, background on the maternity benefits situation, reprinted articles on the UIC maternity benefits repayment, a strike at a metal plant, lists of division stewards and committee members, a division map, contract information, and a list of executives.

Across Campus Number 11, November 1978 includes a meeting agenda for November 9, articles on the postal workers' strike, motions to support CUPW and hire a bookkeeper, correspondence, meeting minutes from October 12, treasurer's reports, a report on the addressing machine, a report on Operation Liberty, proposed bylaw changes, grievances and arbitration, a provincial report, an appeal for support from United Way, retroactive pay, reprinted articles on the CUPW strike, wage limits, the York University Staff Association strike, lists of division stewards and committee members, a division map, contract information, and a list of executives.

Across Campus Number 12, December 1978 inclused a meeting agenda for December 14, meeting minutes from November 9, the treasurer's statement, correspondence, motions on CUPW, Operation Liberty, and hiring a bookkeeper, letters from members and responses from the editor, reprinted articles on the CCU, BCGEU, and CUPW, the strike at York University, a letter from SORWUC, grievances, teaching assistants and the administration, labour relations classes, lists of division stewards and committee members, a division map, contract information, and a list of executives.

Communications

File contains the AUCE Local 1 (UBC) newsletter ""Across Campus"" and other records dated February 4, 1974 to December 31, 1974. File contains an hours of work proposal, division reports, research on other union contracts, information on wages, a draft proposal on grievance procedure and arbitration, and the following copies of the AUCE newsletter:

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 1, February 4, 1974 includes information on membership meetings, bylaw amendments on executive positions, proposals for contract negotiations, donations, pay increases being withheld by the university, length of coffee breaks, planning a seminar on contract negotiation, and reports from division meetings.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 2, February 18, 1974 includes information on contract demands from the different divisions on wage increases, job descriptions, and sick leave, notice of a special membership meeting, an update on certification, communications and the role of stewards, formation of Local 2 at SFU, hiring and discrimination, details on a negotiation seminar, possibility of forming a Local at VGH, university staff wages and government budgets, end of probation pay increases being withheld, certification of SORWUC, a list of division stewards, and AUCE financial statements.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 3, March 7, 1974 includes information on membership meetings, grievance procedures and probationary period regulations, an update on the Labor Relations Board certification process, formation of Local 3 at Notre Dame University in Nelson, results of a special membership meeting on contract demands, a list of division stewards, wage increases and operating budgets, a union panel held at SFU, UBC Faculty Association's potential interest in union certification or forming a professional association, the contract negotiation seminar, pay increases being withheld, and contract committee activities and members.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 4, March 25, 1974 includes information on contract proposals, demands for wages, overtime, probation, and vacation, notice of membership meeting, executive nominations, the role of the shop steward, pay increases being withheld, discrepanices between UBC policies on holiday pay and legislation, reports on cost of living and discrimination against women at UBC, AUCE financal report, constitutional amendments, and a list of stewards and executives.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 5, April 1, 1974 includes information on the vote for certification, divison meetings and the voting campaign, a list of division stewards, and a summary of interactions with the Labor Board.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 6, April 29, 1974 includes information on the successful certification campaign, notice of general and special membership meetings, a summary of the voting process and activities leading up to the vote, organizing a seminar for division and shop stewards, contract committee progress, looking for a recording secretary for negotiations, a summary of how negotiations work, contract proposals passed at the special membership meeting, proposals for hours of work, time off for union meetings, help with the newsletter, and collecting dues.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 7, May 21, 1974 includes information on proposed bylaw amendments, office staffing, Local 3's (Notre Dame) certification, progress of contract negotiations, advice for stewards, a report on a steward's seminar, a report on Local 2 (SFU), the AUCE Provincial Convention, softball, a Labour Relations Board decision on voting lists, and dues collection.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 8, June 4, 1974 includes information on a contract study session, notice of membership meeting, mediation, an executive report, elected representatives, proposed bylaw amendment, the UBC wage proposals, approval of VGH variance, AUCE statement of income and expenses, treasurer's report, and office staffing.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 9, June 26, 1974 includes information on contracts, communications, democracy in AUCE and changing bylaws, discussion on strike actions, the grievance committee and a grievance resolution, election results, referendum procedure, the National Conference of Women in Colleges and Universities, letters to the editor and editor's comments, and a list of union executives.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 10, July 31, 1974 includes information on motions passed at the special membership meeting, contract proposals, and the report of the contract committee, a proposed meeting agenda and the motions up for adoption, grievance committee report, an update on the union office, a credit union on campus, negotiations, background on the AUCE Provincial and Locals, and the AUCE Provincial Convention.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 11, August 19, 1974 includes information on the strike process and serving a strike notice, the strike committee report, contract committee report, strike strategy, and a meeting of the BC Federation of Women.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 12, September 19, 1974 includes information on the AUCE Local 1 elections and positions to be filled, the agenda for a special membership meeting, notice of amendments to bylaws, an AUCE party, a list of division stewards, interest in on-campus credit unions, renting a Xerox, a letter of thanks to the UBC Faculty Association, information on the union office and organizer's position, reports from the contract and grievance committees, reprinted correspondence with the University Labour Committee on the topic of grievances, the Irene Murdoch Trust Fund, and a notice of a labour law course given by the Vancouver People's Law School.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 13, October 3, 1974 includes information on contract negotiations, the dental plan, retroactive pay, the annual AUCE elections, a proposal for re-organizing divisions, a membership meeting agenda, a message of thanks to the Strike Committee, a list of division stewards, the AUCE party, news from the Labour Relations Board, a notice to division stewards on collecting dues, an executive report, and a report on the provincial convention.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 15, November 7, 1974 includes information on election results, an editorial, a report from the union office, division stewards list, committee reports on contracts, strikes, and grievances, CUPE representation at the Traffic Office, and interview with members of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers on contract negotiations, the stewards seminar, AUCE contract information on part time employees, statutory holidays, and vacation time, a copy of the October 10, 1974 meeting mintues, the agenda for the upcoming membership meeting and notices of motions, and updates on Locals.

Across Campus Volume 2, Issue 15, November 29, 1974 includes information on the contract arbitration report and paternity leave, re-classification, and sick leave, a grievance committee report, an editorial, notice of meeting and agenda, notice of motions, losing vacation time, disputes with UBC, meeting minutes from November 14, 1974 and October 10, 1974, Local reports, a strike committee report, a report from SORWUC, the end of a strike at the University of Saskatchewan, differences between temporary and continuing full time workers, the Winter Sports Centre facilities, division restructuring, an update on credit unions on campus, election results, the lack of a campus staff centre, and a report from the union office.
Across Campus Volume 2, Number 16, December 31, 1974 includes information on grievances, the provincial report, income and expenses, a letter to the editor on the topic of reclassification, a reply to the letter, CUPE 116 negotiations, job evaluation, working conditions, and the meeting minutes from December 12, 1974.

Communications

File contains the AUCE Local 1 newsletter ""Across Campus"" and other records dated October 1979 to September 11, 1979. Topics discussed include creating a third paid union position, notice of referendum ballots, and statements supporting and opposing the creation of a secretary-treasurer position and the resulting dues increase. File also contains the following newsletters:

Across Campus October 1979 includes an update on maternity benefits, a union organizer's report, articles on women in the workplace, contract information on job duties, meeting minutes, correspondence, financial statements, comments from members, the hazards of liquid paper, workers compensation for stress, lists of division and shop stewards, and an agenda for October 25.

Across Campus August 1979 includes information on a Labour Relations Board decision, the AUCE name change and an increase in per capita taxes, denial of tuition waivers for sessional employees, change in dues structure and hiring a third salaried officer, notice of motions and meeting minutes from July 19, correspondence, financial statements, grievances and arbitration, letters from members and responses, health and visual display terminals (VDTs), lists of shop stewards and executives, and an agenda fpr August 23.

Across Campus June 1979 includes information on potential affiliation with the CLC, table officer nominations, the AUCE name change, referendum results, the per capita tax, an update on SORWUC and Provincial Executive disbursement of funds, constitutional amendments, grievances and arbitration, letters from members, an account of an AUCE trip to Las Vegas, a union organizer's report, a summary of a shop steward seminar, organizing workshops and classes, financing a women's building, a treasurer's statement, auditor's report, a resolution in support of the SFU 18, correspondence, notices, and an agenda for June 21.

Across Campus May 1979 includes short interviews with several federal candidates (Ron Johnson - New Democratic Party, Pat Carney - Progressive Conservative Party, Burt Ogden - Communist Party, Art Phillips - Liberal Party, Fred Gilbertson - Revolutionary Workers' League) asking their positions on collective bargaining and the right to strike for public sector employees, improving conditions for women in the workforce, and housing affordability, information on grievances, arbitration, letters from members, a reprinted article on personnel records, meeting minutes from April 29, 1979, AUCE members employed in Interlibrary Loans, a treasurer's statement, correspondence, a rally to support striking Muckamuck Restaurant workers, a letter from CUPW, reorganization of the union office and structure of the executive, job descriptions, motions passed at the AUCE convention, an agenda for May 24.

Across Campus April 1979 includes information on the UIC maternity benefits decision, notice of a staff BBQ, report from the grievance committee, AUCE Local 2 strike at SFU and the arrest of 18 picketers, presidential election results, a reprinted article from the AUCE Local 2 bulletin on the strike and arrest of picketers, letters to the editor, an overview of frequently abused contract articles, information on the campus crisis line, meeting minutes from March 15 and 22, 1979, a treasurer's statement, constitutional amendments, the situation at the union office, a reprinted article on politics, contract information, lists of shop stewards and committee members, and an agenda for April 19.

Across Campus includes a meeting agenda for March 15, meeting minutes from February 15, 1979, constitutional amendments, an appeal for member participation, correspondence, finances, proposed bylaw amendments, objections to bonuses, a benefit dance for CUPW and INCO Workers of Sudbury, contract information, and a notice on the formation of the Sick Leave Study Committee.

Communications

File contains the AUCE Local 1 newsletter "On Campus" dated November/December 1982 to January 1982.

On Campus Volume 1, Number 9, November/December 1982 includes information average pay for union members, pregnant women having the right to refuse work on a Video Display Terminal (VDT), a notice about a new safety committee, letters from members, BC Tel and postal services, job slotting, a breakdown of major contract changes compared with the previous contract, a list of correspondence, a list of shop stewards, meeting minutes from October 21, 1982, and an agenda for November 25, 1982.

On Campus Volume 1, Number 8, September/October 1982 - Special Issue on Negotiations includes an agenda for October 21, information on UBC's proposed contract articles, summaries of standard job descriptions for clerks and clerk-typists, library assistants, secretaries, clinical secretaries and office assistants, bindery and printing operators, layout and paste-up assistants, typesetters, word processing operators and supervisors, and buyers, commentary on the contract negotiation process, membership meeting minutes from August 19, 1982, and September 23, 1982.

On Campus Volume 1, Number 7, August 1982 includes a letter of thanks, a note from the auditor, information on the departure of union officials, motions on grievances, a reprinted article on counteracting the effects of VDT use, a grievance committee report, policies on handling grievances and proposed policy amendments, a detailed executive report on challenges affecting the AUCE, the potential link between coffee consumption and pancreatic cancer, press releases on contract negotiations, a list of correspondence, notices, meeting minutes from July 22, 1982, and an agenda for August 19, 1982.

On Campus Volume 1, Number 6, July 1982 includes the results of a vote for union organizer, a letter of thanks, a letter of resignation, notices on office staffing, the leave of absence clause, and a federal government commission on part-time women workers, commentary on detainee deaths in South Africa, a brief on wage controls and equal pay, a petition against wage controls and social services cutbacks, a report on wage and spending restraints in BC, information on AUCE affiliation and Local secessions, reprinted articles on office automation, exercising at work, a message from the Organization of Unemployed Workers, a list of correspondence, motions on grievances, grievance policies, meeting minutes from June 17, 1982, and an agenda for July 22, 1982.

On Campus Volume 1, Number 5, May/June 1982 includes lists of grievance committee and executive members, a report from the contract committee, a list of shop stewards, a reprinted article on pregancy concerns for VDT operators, meeting minutes from May 20, 1982, and an agenda for June 17.

On Campus Volume 1, Number 4, April 1982 includes a detailed article on pensions, the wage and spending restraint program in BC, a book review on "The Ladykillers: Why Smoking is a Feminist Issue" by Bobby Jacobson, letters from members on day care, arbitration rulings, and a VDT study, notices on taxation of medical benefits, volleyball, and lost and found, appeals for participation in the areas of contracts and safety, information on the strike, contract, grievance, and communications committees, a pension conference report, BC Teachers Credit Union services, secession of AUCE Locals 4 and 5, support for rape relief centres in BC, a newsletter questionnaire, and an agenda for April 14, 1982.

On Campus Volume 1, Number 3, March 1982 includes detailed articles on pensions, health and safety and the use of VDTs, a report from the contract committee, a letter on affiliation, a reprinted article on mandatory retirement in Manitoba, executive meeting motions from January 7 and 28, 1982, meeting minutes from February 18, 1982, BC Teachers Credit Union services, a notice on dues deductions, and an agenda for March 17, 1982.

On Campus Volume 1, Number 2, February 1982 includes a detailed article on pensions, a reprinted article on health and safety and the use of VDTs, commentary on a UBC 'Retrenchment Report,' a grievance report, notice of motions, letters from the executive and union office, HEU negotiations, a provincial report, executive motions, meeting schedules, a notice of an open house, a list of correspondence, a contract committee report, and an agenda for February 18, 1982. Newsletter also contains an insert of meeting minutes from January 14, 1982.

On Campus Volume 1, Number 1, January 1982 includes a budget report, an article on pension plans, meeting minutes from November 26, 1981, letters from members and responses, a list of executives, an ad from the BC Teachers Credit Union, a list of correspondence, a reprinted article on a Labour Board decision at the BC Telephone Company, committee reports on grievances and contracts, a detailed executive report, lost and found, and an agenda for January 14, 1981.

Communications (1 of 2)

File contains the AUCE Local 1 newsletter "On Campus" dated December 1980 to September 1980.

On Campus December 1980 includes a list of executives for 1981, information on AUCE Local 1's change of address, a grievance report and related correspondence, a notice on job evaluation committee questionnaires, support for UBC teaching assistants seeking a collective agreement, a year end report from the union office staff, letters from the Repeal 251 Committee, the Nicaragua Literacy Committee, CUPE, and the BC Teachers Credit Union, the secretary-treasurer's report, information on a group for women over 50, reprinted articles on a federal government clerks strike, BC labour law, pension plans and inflation, government controls of public sector bargaining, and a Metro Toronto Library assistants strike, background on the AUCE per capita tax, a list of current strikes, lockouts, and other disputes in BC, meeting minutes from November 30, 1980, a list of boycotted products and companies, a review of an NFB film "Operation Finger Pinky," notice of bylaw changes, correspondence, and an agenda for December 17, 1980.

On Campus November 1980 includes information on the union's change of address, the UBC retirement policy and the union's response, correspondence from Citizens for a Better Surrey and the East Indian Defence Committee, motions of financial support, grievances, Telecommunications Workers Union job action, reprinted articles on AUCE affiliation, contract settlements and inflation, a list of on and off campus resources, AUCE Local 4's comments on affiliation, a list of Nabob products to boycott, reprinted articles on preventing unionization and a general strike in Sweden, a list of stewards, meeting minutes from October 23, 1980, correspondence, and an agenda for November 20, 1980.

On Campus October 1980 includes information on budget cutbacks, job evaluation committee activities, a report on the AUCE president's resignation, letters from members on merging, support for COPE, CLC affiliation, and bureaucracy, an interview with Ted Byrne, a letter of criticism from the CCU, the secretary-treasurer's report, opposition to the Ku Klux Klan, an update on the contract, support for the Public Service Alliance and the Telecommunications Workers Union, an arbitration notice, Simon Fraser Student Society employees change in union representation from SORWUC to CUPE, support for the Pratt 3, health and Video Display Terminals, reprinted articles on union membership trends, a grievance case, "How to Please Your Secretary," and unions and media interactions, meetin minutes from September 18, 1980, correspondence, and an agenda for October 23, 1980.

On Campus September 1980 includes information on the annual shop steward seminar, a list of stewards, a reprinted letter on media responses to strikes, a response from the contract committee, comments on organization, BC Teachers Credit Union services, graduate student centre operating hours, reprinted articles on sexism at work, equal pay for work of equal value, a walkathon for a women's shelter, notices, occupational health and women, meeting minutes from July 24 and August 14, 1980, opposition to the Ku Klux Klan, "A Business Woman's Soliloquy," correspondence, and an agenda for September 18, 1980.

Communications (1 of 2)

File contains the AUCE Local 1 newsletter ""Across Campus"" dated February 4, 1977 to May 27, 1977.

Across Campus Number 1, February 4, 1977 includes information on budget and staff cuts, a review of Cy Gonnick's ""Inflation and Wage Controls,"" meeting minutes from January 20, 1977, membership mailing lists, loans from the University Credit Union, increasing quorum, an article on SORWUC challenging the Bill of Rights over discrimination against women, grievance reports, a corrected financial report, a meeting agenda for February 10, presidential election ballot results, a help needed notice, a list of current executive, and a statement from the new president.

Across Campus Number 2, February 28, 1977 Contract Edition includes information on contract negotiations, union and university opinions on outstanding articles, maternity leave provisions and conflict with the UIC, a list of motions, and an obituary.

Across Campus Number 3, March 4, 1977 includes a list of contract articles signed to date, letters of support and criticism for the union president, the steward's seminar and producing a members handbook, a poem, a message from the union organizer, a correction to the financial statement, ballot results on the AIB rollback, a grievance report, a letter from the president discussing elections, a membership meeting agenda for March 10, and a financial report.

Across Campus Number 4, March 30, 1977 Special Edition: Strike Vote contains a report on the the university's wage proposal, pay grade tables, detailed reports on mediation and arbitration, information from the strike committee, and notices to members.

Across Campus Number 5, April 7, 1977 includes information on AIB repayment options, an analysis of the UBC wage offer, meeting minutes from February 10 and 24, 1977, and March 3 and 10, 1977, discussing topics such as contracts, lighting, correspondence, grievances, finances, an AIB report, strike committee reports, and nominations, a summary of a student rally against tuition increases, developing a members information handbook, opinions and letters from members on strike votes, membership participation, solidarity, support and criticism for union executives, benefits, SORWUC, contract negotiation, and wages, a list of executive positions and description of duties, notice of motions, and an agenda for the April 14 meeting.

Across Campus Number 6, May 6, 1977 includes information from the strike committee on preparing for a strike vote, the AIB payback, an appeal from the president for increased union participation, grievance reports, opinions and letters from members on negotiations, resignations and withdrawals, and wages and seniority, a meeting agenda for May 12, 1977, a list of current executive, meeting minutes from April 14, 1977, poetry, a reprinted article on a strike at SFU, a letter from an investment broker, and an essay on the ""non-union experience"" and the need for women to organize. Across Campus Number 7, May 27, 1977 Special Edition: Across the Board vs. Percentage includes background and debate around the different types of wage increases, including articles and commentary from members.

Communications (2 of 2)

File contains the AUCE Local 1 newsletter ""Across Campus"" dated July 8, 1977 to August 8, 1977.

Across Campus Number 8, July 8, 1977 includes a summary of the collective agreement for July 1, 1977 to June 30, 1978, information on negotiations, wages, the AIB, highlights from the arbitrator questionnaire, correspondence, grievances, a reprinted article on incomes in BC, a summary of the provincial convention and discussions on affiliation, organizing, supporting other groups, and the new provincial executive, letters from the membership expressing criticism of handing out pamphlets, encouraging participation, and a message to temporary employees, referendum results and notices, an article on the preparation of a strike vote, comments on the AIB rollback, rules of order regarding motions, information from the strike committee, a meeting agenda for July 14, 1977, meeting minutes from June 9, 1977 and May 12, 1977, and a report from the union organizer.

Across Campus Number 11, October 7, 1977 includes a meeting agenda for October 13, 1977, meeting minutes from July 14, 28, and 29, 1977, and August 11, 1977, a reprinted article from the Miners Voice on an arbitration case, notices and letters from members, details of labour studies courses, a report from the provincial association, grievances and arbitration, the AIB payback, and a message from the president about the contract.

Across Campus Number 12, November 14, 1977 includes a meeting agenda for November 17, 1977, reports on the contract and grievances, notices and letters, correspondence with UBC Employee Relations, maternity benefits and the UIC, a division organizer report, notice of motions and their motivation, meeting minutes from October 13, 1977, employees not receiving their paycheques on time, requesting information from stewards, information on the new contract committee, reprinted articles on the wage gap, life insurance, an update on the BCGEU contract, sick leave and disability plans, a report from the treasurer and financial statements, a list of motions, a list of divisions, a union job posting, and a list of AUCE officers.

Across Campus Number 13, December 9, 1977 includes a meeting agenda for December 13, 1977, a grievance report, a reprinted article on arbitration, a report from the division organizer, motions and motivations, notices, a message from the secretary, meeting minutes from November 17, 1977, a letter of censure to the Provincial Court of BC in regards to a judge's treatment of women witnesses, comments on the contract negotiation process, a poem, reprinted articles on CUPE, and criticism of the slogan ""Right to Work.""

Across Campus Number 10, August 8, 1977 includes a meeting agenda for August 11, a report from the division organizer, a press statement from Local 2 (SFU), grievances and arbitration, a financial statement, the dental plan, and retirement policies.

Across Campus Addendum to Special Issue includes information on the strike referendum, the contract proposal, and a special membership meeting.

Communications (2 of 2)

File contains the AUCE Local 1 newsletter ""On Campus"" dated December 1980 to September 1980.

On Campus December 1980 includes a list of executives for 1981, information on AUCE Local 1's change of address, a grievance report and related correspondence, a notice on job evaluation committee questionnaires, support for UBC teaching assistants seeking a collective agreement, a year end report from the union office staff, letters from the Repeal 251 Committee, the Nicaragua Literacy Committee, CUPE, and the BC Teachers Credit Union, the secretary-treasurer's report, information on a group for women over 50, reprinted articles on a federal government clerks strike, BC labour law, pension plans and inflation, government controls of public sector bargaining, and a Metro Toronto Library assistants strike, background on the AUCE per capita tax, a list of current strikes, lockouts, and other disputes in BC, meeting minutes from November 30, 1980, a list of boycotted products and companies, a review of an NFB film ""Operation Finger Pinky,"" notice of bylaw changes, correspondence, and an agenda for December 17, 1980.

On Campus November 1980 includes information on the union's change of address, the UBC retirement policy and the union's response, correspondence from Citizens for a Better Surrey and the East Indian Defence Committee, motions of financial support, grievances, Telecommunications Workers Union job action, reprinted articles on AUCE affiliation, contract settlements and inflation, a list of on and off campus resources, AUCE Local 4's comments on affiliation, a list of Nabob products to boycott, reprinted articles on preventing unionization and a general strike in Sweden, a list of stewards, meeting minutes from October 23, 1980, correspondence, and an agenda for November 20, 1980.

On Campus October 1980 includes information on budget cutbacks, job evaluation committee activities, a report on the AUCE president's resignation, letters from members on merging, support for COPE, CLC affiliation, and bureaucracy, an interview with Ted Byrne, a letter of criticism from the CCU, the secretary-treasurer's report, opposition to the Ku Klux Klan, an update on the contract, support for the Public Service Alliance and the Telecommunications Workers Union, an arbitration notice, Simon Fraser Student Society employees change in union representation from SORWUC to CUPE, support for the Pratt 3, health and Video Display Terminals, reprinted articles on union membership trends, a grievance case, ""How to Please Your Secretary,"" and unions and media interactions, meetin minutes from September 18, 1980, correspondence, and an agenda for October 23, 1980.

On Campus September 1980 includes information on the annual shop steward seminar, a list of stewards, a reprinted letter on media responses to strikes, a response from the contract committee, comments on organization, BC Teachers Credit Union services, graduate student centre operating hours, reprinted articles on sexism at work, equal pay for work of equal value, a walkathon for a women's shelter, notices, occupational health and women, meeting minutes from July 24 and August 14, 1980, opposition to the Ku Klux Klan, ""A Business Woman's Soliloquy,"" correspondence, and an agenda for September 18, 1980.

Correspondence with other unions and UBC

File contains correspondence with other unions and with UBC dated February 13, 1974 to June 1, 1976. Topics include seminars, leaves of absence, union membership, speaking invitations, and financial and moral support.

File also contains copies of informational leaflets advocating for AUCE, a press release, and drafts towards a Union Organizer manual. File also contains one undated copy of CAIMAW's newsletter "Sparker" and a report of the Canadian Confederation of Unions - B.C. Council Convention dated February 22, 1976.

Correspondence, incoming (1 of 3)

File contains incoming correspondence dated February 1979 to June 1979. Topics include referendums, constitutional amendments, office equipment, newsletters, support of causes and other unions, university procedure, union staffing and membership, disciplinary action, leaves of absence, public visibility, grievances with UBC, unemployment insurance, symposium proceedings on UBC day care, job descriptions, legal representation, educational courses, insurance benefits, the All-items Index of Consumer Prices for Canada, membership meetings, and a request for student volunteers.

Correspondence, incoming (2 of 3)

File contains incoming correspondence dated December 1978 to March 1979. Topics include support of causes and other unions, newsletters, arbitration, the Provincial Convention, the Consumer Price Index, educational courses, union staffing and membership, formation of an AUCE Travel Club, office equipment, pension plans, finances, the Essential Services Disputes Act, relations and negotiations with UBC, job descriptions, debates of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, steward seminars, and human rights.

Correspondence, incoming (3 of 3)

File contains incoming correspondence dated March 1979 to December 1979. Topics include support of causes and other unions, grievances with UBC, newsletters, union staffing and membership, contract negotiations, Labour Relations Board reports, gender discrimination on campus, human rights legislation, gay rights, membership meetings, educational courses, the Employee Assistance Program, availability of legal reference to prison inmates, unemployment insurance, office equipment and administration, leaves of absence, the Consumer Price Index, charges against union members, working conditions, referendum procedure and outcomes, job descriptions, conferences, resignations and appointments, support of Vietnamese refugees, and the Muckamuck Restaurant strike.

[CUE Communications committee records]

File contains newsletters of Canadian University Employees (formerly Local 1 of AUCE), a CUPE-CUE Report on the first year of affiliation, carbon copy of a list of CUE officers submitted to CUPE, a January 30, 1986 membership meeting bulletin, hand-written notes regarding the presence of U.S. efficiency analysis firm Ritchie and Associates, and a bulletin regarding Ritchie and Associates' Final Report on Financial Services.

On Cue, Summer 1986 newsletter includes a CUE representatives directory, Grievance Committee report, Health and Safety Report, two reports on the CUPE BC 23rd Annual Convention, reprinted article from the Canadian Labour Congress on free trade, information on contractual obligations for medical leave, report and open letter on campus daycare, an update on activity and presence of Ritchie and Associates, a report on St. Paul Hospital's negotiations, and a letter to the editor regarding leadership of the Social Credit party.

[May 1986] newsletter includes a Contract Committee report, Grievance Committee report, CUE for Safety report, a report on the risks of video display terminals, a Union Office report, a report on the benefits of CUPE affiliation, letters to 'Your Cue' (Editor's Corner) from Local 1 members, correspondence opposing Ritchie and Associates, an article in solidarity of the Hospital Employees Union, information on South African apartheid, statement requesting support of child care, and a "Name the Newsletter Contest" ballot.

CUE's News, February 1986 newsletter includes a statement on office restructuring, update on wage increment implementation at UBC, Grievance Committee report, October 1985 CUPE National Convention report, Contract Committee report, letter of thanks from the Daycare Council, Job Evaluation Committee report, reprint of Current Disputes, and correspondence regarding the Pacific Western Airline dispute.

[CUE Communications committee records]

File contains CUE newsletter On Cue and other Communications Committee records dated February 1988 to December 1988. Other records include letters to the editor of On Cue, a brief written history of CUE, a photocopied Vancouver Sun article dated June 23, 1988 regarding student admissions, and correspondence from CUE President. Topics of correspondence chiefly regard choice of covers for On Cue.

On Cue, February 1988 includes article against Free Trade, notice of Safety Committee meeting, letters to the editor, article discussing privatization, personals, notice of BCFED boycotts, minutes of extraordinary membership meeting dated December 16, 1987, and CUE financial statements.

On Cue, December 1988 includes President's report, Communications Committee report, Grievance Committee report, Job Evaluation Committee report, reprinted Canadian Labour Congress article, article on types of bargaining, reprinted Canadian Labour article on safety concerning chemical hazards, call for boycott of California table grapes, CUE financial statements, minutes of Executive Committee meetings dated October 26, 1988 and November 9, 1988, minutes of general membership meeting dated October 27, 1988, and notice of general membership meeting dated January 19, 1989.

On Cue, November 1988 contains President's report, Communications Committee report, Grievance Committee report, Education Committee report, notice of cancellation of November membership meeting, recruitment initiatives, notice of Payroll Department understaffing, news from other unions, reprinted article on free trade from the Vancouver Province, article on types of bargaining, personals, letters to the editor, minutes of Executive Committee meetings dated September 14, 1988 to October 13, 1988, minutes of general membership meetings dated September 29, 1988 and October 20, 1988, questionnaire regarding ABS Committee representatives, CUE representative list, and agenda for general membership meeting dated November 17, 1988.

On Cue, October 1988 contains President's report, Communications Committee report, Grievance Committee report, article on the collective bargaining process, notice regarding newsletter delivery, Executive Committee meeting minutes dated August 10, 1988 to September 7, 1988, personals, financial statements, CUE representative list, and notice of recruitment campaign.

On Cue, September 1988 includes advertisements, union office noticements, letters to the editor chiefly regarding free speech in the newsletter and Australia Exchange, article on the collective bargaining process, notice of contract articles, information on job reclassifications, Grievance Committee report, notice of courses offered by the Canadian Labour Council, Treasurer's note, minutes of extraordinary executive meeting dated June 24, 1988, minutes of special executive meeting dated July 8, 1988, and agenda for general membership meeting dated September 15, 1988.

On Cue, Summer 1988 includes listing of CUE representatives, reprinted articles from AUCE newsletter dated June 1981, article on basic parliamentary procedure, letters to the editor, article on the collective bargaining process, notice of fall membership meeting dates, minutes of executive meeting dated May 25, 1988 , financial statements, and minutes of general membership meeting dated June 15, 1988.

On Cue, Juin 18889 [sic] includes listing of CUE representatives, Communications Committee report, article on the collective bargaining process, advertisements from Vancouver women's groups, article on basic parliamentary procedure, Grievance Committee report, executive meeting minutes dated April 27, 1988, financial statements, general membership meeting minutes dated April 5, 1988, and a general membership meeting agenda dated June 15, 1988.

On Cue, Mai [sic] 1988 includes listing of CUE representatives, letters to the editor, a Grievance Committee report, reprinted articles regarding health and safety at work, advertisements for benefits, article on basic parliamentary procedure, article on the collective bargaining process, notice of membership meeetings, executive meeting minutes dated March 15, 1988 to April 13, 1988, 1987 Auditor's Report fulfilled by Dunwoody & Company, and a call for participants on the Contract Committee.

On Cue, Spring 19888 [sic] includes listing of CUE representatives, printed correspondence chiefly regarding On Cue covers, notice of first annual MayWorks festival, article regarding indexing of pensions, notice of community conference on privatization, Hiring Committee report, notice of Payroll Department staff shortages, Grievance Committee report, notice for day of recognition for workers killed or injured on the job, personals, and a blank volunteer sign-up form.

On Cue, March 1988 includes a poem celebrating International Women's Day, listing of CUE representatives, letter of resignation from CUE President, letters to the editor regarding newsletter covers and a staff restaurant, open letters and articles expressing solidarity for International Women's Day, reprinted Vancouver Sun article regarding teacher unionization dated February 4, notice of available courses from the Canadian Labour Congress and Capilano College, articles on sexual harassment, and article protesting privatization.

[CUE Communications committee records]

File contains CUE newsletter On Cue, dated Summer [i.e. June] 1987 to Christmas [i.e. December] 1987.

On Cue, Summer [i.e. June] 1987 includes reviews of protest literature against Ritchie and Associates entitled "The Ritchy Poems", a Contract Committee report detailing UBC's proposals, reprint of Current Disputes from BCFED dated May 7, 1987, personals, and a VDT questionnaire.

On Cue, Summer [i.e. July] 1987:2 includes notification of vacant executive positions, Contract Committee report detailing UBC's "contract language" proposals, President's report, contract report, Grievance Committee report, Education Committee report, Communications report, Treasurer's report, Health and Safety report, reprinted protest literature, personal essay on the picket line, open letter on union trustees' role, and personals.

On Cue, Summer [i.e. August] 1987:3 includes call for submissions, Contract Committee update, notice of vacant executive positions, photographs of CUE social, personals, and notice of infant care offered at UBC.

On Cue, October 1987 includes final report of sub-committee on stress, notice of CUPE National Convention, open editorial correspondence on union participation, VDT questionnaire response update, call for support of South African Congress of Trade Unions, notice of union resources, notice of women's group organized by Vancouver Status of Women, and notice of vacant shop steward positions.

One Cue, Nobemver [sic] 1987 includes update on contract negotiations, article on contractual vacation entitlement, national CUPE news, letter to the editor regarding financial insecurity, excerpt from address by CUPE president regarding CUPE's vision, advertisement for theatrical production Solidarity Forever...?, and notice of UBC's Sexual Harassment Report.

On Cue, Christmas [i.e. December] 1987 includes CUE President's report, article on vacation entitlement in Collective Agreement, notice on lunch time meetings as overtime, summary of proceedings B.C. Federation of Labour's Bill 19 Working Conference dated September 1987, notice of conference on privatization sponsered by Vancouver and District Labour Council, personals, letter to the editor on job dissatisfaction, and a blank petition against closure of the Medical Genetics Unit at Grace Hospital.

File also contains special issue of On Cue regarding CUPE 1987 National Convention dated October 1987. Newsletter includes reports by CUE delegates and various CUPE committees. Topics discussed include constitutional amendments and resolutions and discussion thereon, mandatory retirement, CUPE's finances, CUPE computerization, elections, education funding and reform, directory of CUPE locals, health and safety, employment rights, harassment in the workplace, national contracting-out and privatization, deregulation and privatization of airline service, free trade, support of international union action, native people and indigenous rights, municipal underfunding, and policy on refugee support.

[CUE newsletters]

File contains CUE newsletter On Cue dated February 1989 to November 1989.

On Cue, November 1989 includes Communications Committee report, Provincial report for National Convention Library Workers Caucus, President's report, Secretary-Treasurer report, Grievance Committee report, Contract Committee report, Health and Safety Committee report, Business Agent report, article on new provisions in CUE's collective agreement, report on National Cupe Convention, article on United Way's collaboration with labour organizations, article on environmental awareness, letters to the editor, article on earthquake safety at work, list of unionized automotive dealers, glossary of common pension terms, financial statements, general membership meeting minutes dated October 26, 1989, and agenda for general membership meeting dated November 23, 1989.

On Cue, October 1989 includes Communications Committee report, President's report, Grievance Committee report, Contract Committee report, reprinted Library Journal article on library assistants, fundraising article from CUE United Way, CUPE National Convention update, reprinted section from "Teamwork and the Bottom Line: Groups Make a Difference" (Rosen 1989), steps to combat racism, classifieds, letters to the editor, general membership meeting minutes dated September 21, 1989, and agenda for general membership meeting dated October 26, 1989.

On Cue, September 1989 includes Communications Committee report, ON CUE's Library Column, Grievance Committee report, Contract Committee report, fact sheets on racial harassment, notice for CUPE's National Convention October 1989 and a delegate listing, advertisements for labour education courses, update on gender equality legislation, letters to the editor regarding support for VGH strike, article recruiting CUE shop stewards, financial reports, informational article explaining CUPE membership dues, CUE representative directory, minutes for special membership meeting dated August 24, 1989, and agenda for general membership meeting dated September 21, 1989.

On Cue, Summer 1989 includes Communications Committee report, Pension report, President's report, reprinted CUPE article on steward responsibilities, reprinted Canadian Labour Congress article on labour's social objectives, classifieds, letters to the editor, minutes of general membership meeting dated June 15, 1989, and agenda for general membership meeting dated July 20, 1989.

On Cue, June 1989 includes Communications Committee report, editorial on contract ratification, President's report, thanks from the Contract Committee, statement against UBC's Permanent Advisory Committee on Sexual Harassment, Treasurer's report, Trustee's report, audited (by Dunwoody & Company) and unaudited financial reports, article on pay equity, article on CUPE international solidarity, letters to the editor, statement from The Canadian Red Cross Society requesting donations, CUE representative's list, minutes of general membership meeting dated May 16, 1989, and agenda for general membership meeting dated June 16, 1989.

On Cue, May 1989 includes editorial on hiring test, Comunications Committee report, Contract Committee report, Grievance Committee report, Job Evaluation Committee report, update on CLC's international activity, statement of support for B.C. Nurse's Union strike, correspondence regarding speaking rights at CUE meetings, reprinted CLC article on operation of local unions, classifieds, minutes for general membership meeting dated April 20, 1989, and agenda for general membership meeting dated May 16, 1989.

On Cue, April 1989 (Health & Safety Issue) includes Communications Committee report, editorial on the Worker's Compensation Board, President's report, Grievance Committee report, Contract Committee report, reprinted article from The Memo on employee-employer relations, notice for Second Annual MayWorks Festival, statement from the Canadian Red Cross Society requesting donations, notice on CUE orientation and seniority lists, reprinted Bargaining Glossary written for CUPE, minutes of general membership meeting dated March 16, 1989, CUE representatives list, and agenda for general membership meeting dated April 20, 1989.

On Cue, March 1989 (International Women's Day issue) includes editorial and article on International Women's Day, Grievance Committee report, Treasurer's report, report form Chairman of Contract Committee, labour education seminars listing, health and safety notice, article on pensions, article on rules of order, article on strike action in the collective bargaining process, statement on local cooperation from CUPE, financial statements, minutes of general membership meetings dated January 19, 1989 and February 14, 1989, CUE representatives list, and agenda for general membership meeting dated March 16, 1989.

On Cue, February 1989 includes Grievance Committee report, Contract Committee report, President's report UBC's President's Permanent Advisory Committee on Sexual Harassment, farewell letter, labour education course listing, notice of retirement planning seminar, reprinted article from Western Report on gender equality at University of Manitoba, reprinted articles from Vancouver Sun on job pay and labour legislation, article on bargaining arrangements, notices and correspondence from CUE Christmas Donations Committee, tribute in memoriam, notice of University Health & Safety Week, Trustee's report, letters to the editor, and agenda for general membership meeting dated February 14, 1989.

[CUE newsletters]

File contains CUE newsletter On Cue dated January 1990 to December 1990.

On Cue, December 1990 includes CUE representative list, President's report, list of shop stewards, Grievance Committee report, Contract Committee report, reprinted The Provincial article on pay equity, letter to the editor, Business Agent's report, CUPE Gender Neutral Job Evaluation Plan, reprinted Toronto Star article on Canada's recession, reprinted correspondence regarding the Goods and Services Tax Bill, minutes of general membership meetings dated November 22, 1990 and December 6, 1990, reprinted Globe article regarding cumulative trauma disorders, reprinted SoliNet Lounge satirical article regarding Prime Minister Brian Mulroney's, and welcome letter to new members.

On Cue, November 1990 includes CUE representative list, Contract Committee report, Secretary Treasurer's report, financial statements, reprinted Vancouver Sun article on fiscal incentives for businesses, advertisement for "GINGER: The Life and Death of Albert Goodwin" written by Susan Mayse, open appeal from CUPE to oppose GST, minutes of general membership meeting dated October 25, 1990, article regarding pension plans, change of address form, listing of endorsed candidates for 1990 civic elections, notice of two motions concerning office staffing and a dues increase, Union Organizer job description, and agenda for general mebership meeting dated November 22, 1990.

On Cue, October 1990 includes CUE representative list, President's report, Trustee's report, statements pulled from results of Contract Committee questionnaire, Business Agent's report, Secretary Treasurer's report, financial statements, Grievance Committee report, Health & Safety report, reprinted open letter from Canadian Union of Postal Workers requesting support for a strike vote, welcome letter to new members, labourer poetry, reprinted Canadian Interchange article regarding the GST, a crossword reprinted from the Metro Labour Education Centre, minutes of general mebership meeting dated September 20, 1990, and agenda for general membership meeting dated October 25, 1990.

On Cue, July 1990 includes CUE representatives list, President's report, Health & Safety Committee report, Contract Committee report, Grievance Committee report, Business Agent's report, open letter to Seymour Medical Clinic patients requesting support of binding arbitration for doctors, reprinted Associated Press article regarding reports of "bad bosses," reprinted Leader article regarding CUPE National finances, reprinted PC Magazine particle regarding occupational stress, welcome letter to new members, blank occupational health and safety fact sheet, minutes of general membership meeting dated June 21, 1990, and agenda for general membership meeting dated July 26, 1990.

On Cue, June 1990 contains a benefits update, CUE representatives and shop stewards lists, President's report, Business Agent's report, memo regarding the union's position on employer goal setting, Grievance Committee report, Contract Committee report, Health and Safety Committee report, financial reports, Secretary Treasurer's report, reprinted Globe and Mail article regarding gender pay inequity, reprinted CUPE 500 Information article regarding interest rates, reprinted Solinotes article regarding unionization of Manitoba nurses, reprinted Ottawa Citizen article regarding work naps, reprinted CLC Tax Facts article regarding GST, letters to the editory, notes to financial statements, Trustee's report, minutes of general membership meeting dated May 24, 1990, and agenda for general membership meeting dated June 21, 1990.

On Cue, May 1990 includes CUE representatives list, President's report, reprinted Globe and Mail article regarding gender pay inequity, correspondence regarding library cutbacks, Business Agent's report, Grievance Committee report, Contract Committee report, Employment Equity Committee report, Health & Safety Committee report, financial statements, article listing myths regarding women's wages, article on formaldehyde levels in the home, letter of welcome to new members, union song, minutes of general membership meeting dated April 26, 1990, and agenda for general membership meeting dated May 24, 1990.

On Cue, April 1990 ("Fight the GST" issue) includes President's report, Business Agent's report, Contract Committee report, Grievance Committee report, welcome letter to new members, article protesting the GST, information points on the GST, article on federal February budget, minutes of general membership meeting dated March 22, 1990, CUE representative list, and agenda for general membership meeting dated April 26, 1990.

On Cue, March 1990 (International Women's Day issue) includes CUE representatives list, notice of International Women's Week film screenings, Grievance Committee/Business Agent's report, President's report regarding UBC's 75th Anniversary Ceremony, Health & Safety Committee report, Contract Committee report, notice of 1989 United Way campaign success, reprinted Tribune article regarding food banks, notice of newsletter workshop, notice of RRSP contribution deadline, reprinted The Broadcaster article regarding library fees, reprinted article on union myths, letters to the editor, correspondence protesting the Lady Godiva Ride, reprinted Manitoba New Democrat article regarding child poverty, notice of CUPE 1970/VGH divisional meeting, welcome letter to new members, minutes of general membership meeting dated February 20, 1990, and agenda for general membership meeting dated March 22, 1990.

On Cue, February 1990 includes Communications Committee report, CUE representatives list, President's report, correspondence protesting the Lady Godiva Ride, Secretary-Treasurer's report, Grievance Committee report, Health & Safety Committee report, Business Agent's report, notice advising against improperly store books in case of earthquakes, news from other locals and unions, article on employment equity, reprinted article from the United Nations Environment Programme's Home Personal Action Guide, reprinted UAQ Solidarity article regarding fatigue, letters to the editor, financial statements, reprinted CUPE Hospital Worker article on GST, notice regarding solidarity against bombing of El Salvador union headquarters, minutes of general membership meeting dated January 18, 1990, and agenda for general membership meeting dated February 22, 1990.

On Cue, January 1990 includes CUE representatives list, Grievance Committee report, Contract committee report, Health and Safety Committee report, reprinted letters from The Library Journal regarding an article about library assistants, reprinted PC Magazine article regarding occupational stress in typists, reprinted article from the United Nations Environment Programme's Home Personal Action Guide, letter to the editor, minutes of general membership meeting dated November 23, 1990, printed speech from the December 11, 1989 vigil for the slain women students at the University of Montreal, and agenda for general membership meeting dated January 18, 1990.

[CUE newsletters]

File contains CUE newsletter On Cue dated January, February and May 1992.

On Cue, January 1992 includes CUE representatives list, report on shop steward and assertiveness training course, Contract Committee report, report on compensation package negotiations between UBC and CUPE 2950, notice that CUPE 2950 will reconsider financial support of Hospital Employees Union, Business Agent's report, Health and Safety Committee report, notice of presentation regarding office ergonomics, correspondence regarding arrangement of Library Committee meetings to discuss the Library Strategic Plan, correspondence regarding UBC Library Christmas hours, report on strategic planning at UBC, article advocating a Women's Committee, Outgoing President's report, Union Organizer's report, correspondence and press release regarding harassment and intimidation of CUE members by Faculty of Commerce members, open correspondence regarding support of Canadian Auto Workers' new leadership, minutes of general membership meeting dated November 21, 1991, and agenda for general membership meeting dated January 20, 1992.

On Cue, February 1992 includes CUE representative list, Contract Committee report, statistics on salary increases of CUE members and UBC administrators, report on BCIT clerical workers contract victory, notice of strike pay vote, President's report, Grievance Committee report, Health and Safety Committee report, crossword puzzle, Treasurer's report, financial statements, minutes of general membership meeting dated January 30, 1992, and agenda for general membership meeting dated February 27, 1992.

On Cue, May 1992 includes CUE representatives list, inserted notice of national TV special entitled "The Medicare Show" and pledge card opposing medicare defunding, newsletter insert regarding correction notices and affirmation of CUE's support of medicare, Business Agent's report, President's report, letter of welcome to new shop stewards, notice of strike video and photograph availability, list of shop stewards, Treasurer's report, budget statement, blank strike operations survey, minutes of general membership meeting dated February 27 to April 9, 1992, letters to the editor, union poetry written by Del Revmond, classfieds, and agenda for general membership meeting dated May 21, 1992.

[CUE newsletters]

File contains CUE newsletter On Cue dated February 1991 to November 1991.

On Cue, November 1991 (Election of Officers) includes CUE representatives list, Contract Committee report, Grievance Committee report, notice condemning harassment, Business Agent's report, notice of election of officers, notice of CUPE Local 116's negotiations, Treasurer's report, financial statements, open letter to the University Librarian regarding union involvement with the strategic planning process, poetry written by CUE member, list of shop stewards, minutes of general membership meeting dated October 24, 1991, and agenda for general membership meeting dated November 21, 1991.

On Cue, [October 1991] (Special Bylaws Issue) includes President's report, reprinted article entitled "Union activists and union supporters" written by Anne Marie Foote, correspondence announcing CUE's financial support of the New Democratic Party, summary of NDP member's presentation on social justice, reprinted Trade Union Research Bureau article comparing budgets of B.C. and Ontario, printing of CUPE Local 2950 by-laws in full, financial statements, reprinted article regarding PSAC and CUPW 1991 strikes written by Ed Finn, government advertisement regarding voting in the provincial general election, reprinted HEU Guardian satiric article regarding administration, reprinted ELP Action Line article regarding national medicare, reprinted article criticizing Canadian conservatism and "Americanization" written by Ed Finn, registration form and course listing for Labour Council weekend seminars, incoming correspondence regarding affiliation with B.C. Federation of Labour, minutes of general membership meeting dated September 26, 1991, and agenda for general membership meeting dated October 21, 1991.

On Cue, September 1991 includes CUE representatives list, endorsement of NDP from CUE president, notice of UBC psychology study on women, work and stress, Business Agent's report, reprinted OPSEU News Update article on political action by unions, reprinted Canadian Association of Labour Media summary of SSC report of Lavigne v. OPSEU, correspondence regarding United Way's solicitation of individual CUE members, reprinted Globe and Mail article capitalism and "junk-food economy" written by A. Paul Gill, Grievance Committee report, Contract Committee report, Health & Safety Committee report, update on Main Library health and safety investigation, update on health and safety problems linked to the processing of Shastri Books, advertisement for workplace ergonomics workshop, a "Health and Safety Parable", correspondence requesting support of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, reprinted PSAC Alliance article regarding wages and benefits of government workers, reprinted Globe and Mail statement on Canadian wages, advertisement for conference entitled "Labour and Team Concepts" held at the Maritime Labour Centre, notice of CLC weekend seminar and courses, notice of CUE meetings, Employment Equittee Committee report, welcome letter to new members, minutes of general membership meeting dated July 25, 1991, reprinted CALM article listing international work stories, and agenda for general membership meeting dated September 26, 1991.

On Cue, June 1991 includes CUE Representatives List, reprinted Southam News article regarding commemoration of GST implementation, Grievance Committe report, Contract Committee report, Business Agent's report, President's report, Secretary Treasurer's report, financial statements, correspondence, open letter of welcome, printed contract article regarding personal study benefits, UBC Library pruning update, poetry written by Helen Bonnell Butt, minutes of general membership meeting dated May 23, 1991, article regarding union action towards pension plans, article regarding differences between pension plans and RRSPs, and agenda for general membership meeting dated June 20, 1991.

On Cue, May 1991 includes CUE representatives list, welcome letter to new members, President's report, Grievance Committee report, reprinted leaflet on 1991 general hospital strike, report on Main Library Architect's Report, Business Agent's report, reprinted inspection report of Main Library conducted by Worker's Compensation Board, reprinted USWA 480 Your Union article detailing historical union gains, correspondence, Health & Safety Committee report, questionnaire regarding the Provincial Emergency Program and emergency preparedness, Contract Committee report, reprinted PSAC Union Update statistics on wage increases versus inflation, minutes of general membership meeting dated April 25, 1991, and agenda of general membership meeting dated May 23, 1991.

On Cue, April 1991 includes CUE representatives list, letter of welcome to new members, update and statement in solidarity of general hospital strike, Contract Committee report, Business Agent's report, President's report, Trustees report, Secretary Treasurer's report, Executive comments on the Trustees report, financial statements, reprinted CUPE article regarding the CUPE Job Evaluation Plan written by Carole Cameron, minutes of general membership meetings dated January 17, February 21 and March 21, 1991, reprinted quotations from CALM, reprinted CALM article regarding Yukon minimum wage, listing of MayWorks festival events, and agenda for general membership meeting dated April 25, 1991.

On Cue, March 1991 includes CUE representatives list, Communication Committee report, letter of welcome to new members, reprinted CUPE article regarding job evaluation basic information written by Carole Cameron, Contract Committee report, Secretary Treasurer's report, Health & Safety Committee report, financial statements, bulletin for conference on repetitive strain injury dated March 21, 1991, reprinted CALM articles regarding wage control and Blil C-69, open correspondence regarding appropriate response to telephone harassment and bomb threats, bulletin regarding restructuring of the UBC Library Administration and leadership theory, minutes of general membership meeting dated February 21, 1991, reprinted Canadian Press article detailing persecution of Canadian Auto Workers union member, and agenda of general membership meeting dated March 21, 1991.

On Cue, February 1991 inclues CUE representatives list, notice of International Women's Day activities, letter of welcome to new members, Health & Safety report, Secretary Treasurer's report, Treasurer's report and financial statements, 1991 budget definitions, Grievance Committee report, annotated summation of UBC's contract proposals, CUPE national statement on the Persian Gulf Crisis dated December 21, 1990, open correspondence, union poetry written by Del Revmond, personal, poem written by George Routledge reprinted from IUOE Maintenance News regarding Margaret Thatcher, and agenda for general membership meeting dated February 21, 1991.

General correspondence (1 of 3)

File contains incoming and outgoing correspondence dated June 13, 1984 to December 31, 1984. Topics discussed include union representatives and representation, support of other unions and causes, legal counsel, union assessments, relations and negotiations with UBC, labour studies educational courses, status of women, the New Democratic Party, breast cancer screening, autism, contract proposals, life insurance, research grant to support projects on the management of technological change in the workforce, UBC's financial position, Operation Solidarity, staff vacancy notice, committee meetings, and contract interpretation.

General correspondence (3 of 3)

File contains incoming and outgoing correspondence dated January 5, 1984 to December 13, 1984. Topics include support of other unions and causes, human rights legislation, union nominations, office space, pension plans and employee benefits, provincial budget, union representatives and representation, maternity benefits, status of women, relations with UBC, budget cuts, Operation Solidarity, the New Democratic Party, arbitration, membership meetings, affiliation with CUPE, word processing job standard, Local 1 finances, Chilean political imprisonments, membership meeting agendas and minutes, solidarity in Poland, contract negotiations, use of non-union construction firms, union dues and taxes, employee pay rates, labour studies educational courses, union pin collection, flex time questionnaire, and grievances with UBC.

General correspondence incoming and outgoing (2 of 3)

File contains incoming and outgoing correspondence dated April 1, 1985 to October 2, 1985. Topics include labour studies education and scholarships, advertisements for services and products, calls for civic engagement (cuts to social services, services for unemployed people, teacher's increment wage system, elections, Downtown Eastside evictions due to Expo 86, Supreme Court of Canada legislation, nuclear power, pensions), secession from AUCE and merger with CUPE, cooperation and coordination with other unions, union representatives and representation, CUPE official policy, financial restraint at UBC, women in the workplace, rights of women, status of women, job classification, Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, Expo 86, UBC financial audit, smoking in the workplace, and labour relations with UBC.

General membership meeting minutes (4 of 4)

File contains general and special meeting minutes dated May 12, 1977 to November 28, 1979. Topics discussed include correspondence, committee reports, elections and nominations, office expenses, finances, the Anti-Inflation Board, grievances with UBC, by-law and constitution amendments, maternity benefits, daycare, contract negotiations, Provincial Association reports, vacation and sick leave, Provincial and Steward Seminars, publicity, strikes and picket lines, strike finances, support for other unions (especially IUOE, SORWUC, CUPW, AUCE Local 2), wage increases, relations with SORWUC, job classification, Christmas bonuses, medical and dental plans, and support of sexual assault initiatives.

File also contains statements of income and expenses.

Ian McDonald collection

  • RBSC-ARC-1783
  • Collection
  • [1910?]-2017

The collection contains materials related to Ian McDonald's Master's thesis research on the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), Local 213 “Class conflict and political factionalism: a history of Local 213 of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, 1901-1961," and related to the activities of his father, Les McDonald, a trade union activist who belonged to Local 213 but was eventually suspended for leading the Lenkurt strike of 1966. Les McDonald was also a multi-sport athlete, and is credited with introducing the triathlon into the Olympics; some materials in the collection relate to Les McDonald's involvement in various sport and environmental organizations, as well as some of his personal papers. In addition to what he received from his father, Ian McDonald was also given papers by former IBEW Local 213 business manager Art O’Keeffe and Barry Sharbo, a board member of the Canadian Union of Electrical Workers (UE), which are included within the collection.

The collection is largely comprised of newspaper and photocopied journal articles, correspondence between members of IBEW Local 213, legal documentation, newsletters and other printed ephemera related to IBEW Local 213.

The collection also contains sound recordings of interviews with numerous figures in IBEW Local 213 created by Ian McDonald during his thesis research. McDonald's thesis, submitted for the completion of a Master of Arts in History at Simon Fraser University, can be found in the Summit database: http://summit.sfu.ca/item/6361.

McDonald, Ian

[International women's year newsletters and other materials]

File contains newsletters in French and English and other records related to International Women's Year (IWY), dated November 1974 to July 1975.

Vol. 1, no. 4, November 1974, includes information on funding, criteria for IWY projects, submission guidelines, types of funding available, and an overview of relevant government agencies along with their addresses.

Vol. 1, no. 5, December 1974, features a message from Marc Lalonde, the Minister Responsible for the Status of Women, discussing the Canadian government's plan for the year including legislation, increasing awareness, and providing funding. This issue also includes information on international committees and conferences for IWY, resolutions by the National Council of Women, a Canadian National Railway study on the status of women within their company, a CBC task force on the status of women, the first Canadian Women's Chess Championship, information on Widows United, the Canadian Congress of Black Women's second annual congress, an advisory council on volunteerism, the appointment of the Chancellor of the University of Calgary, the National Council of Jewish Women's IWY organizing, a BC Federation of Women convention, the BC Police Commission Task Force on Women and the Police, and a list of publications and National Film Board films about women and IWY.

Vol. 2, no. 1, January-February 1975, includes information on international, national, and provincial IWY programs in Norway, France, Saskatchewan, and Ontario, UN and UNESCO conferences, corrections to the vol. 1, no. 4 issue of the newsletter, training grants, opportunities for youth, and news from across the country, such as women elected to the Yukon Territorial Government, surnames in Alberta, the "Women Today in Nova Scotia" conference, and a filmography and reading list.

Vol. 2, no. 2, February-March 1975, includes a message from the IWY Secretariat about responding to mail, and a press release issued by Marc Lalonde, the Minister Responsible for the Status of Women about federal government programs. The issue also contains information on international and provincial IWY programs, publications, and conferences in Japan, Cuba, New Brunswick, Alberta, Newfoundland, British Columbia, Ontario, and Québec, congratulations to the first woman principal of a public high school in Toronto, reports and programs from the Canadian Federation of University Women and the National Secretaries Association, a help wanted section, a filmography, and the Voice of Alberta Native Women's Society creating IWY jewellery.

Vol. 2, no. 3, April 1975, includes information on international IWY programs, publications, and conferences in Mexico, Chile, Australia, the Soviet Union, and India. Canadian programs include seminars across the country, some sponsored by the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW), an audio-visual kit produced by the Status of Women Study Group in Nanaimo, a public school course in Hamilton, a Fredericton Women's Centre event, a meeting of northern and Indigenous women in Yellowknife, a Redlight Theatre play about Nellie McClung, the opening of the Toronto Women's Bookstore, Status of Women Councils in Newfoundland, PEI, New Brunswick, and Québec, a Miles for Millions project entitled ""Canadian Women and the Third World,"" the establishment of the National Advisory Committee on the Female Offender, an IWY committee in Nova Scotia, and a Pioneer Women program in Montreal. Also included is an anniversary announcement, unions negotiating babysitting expenses and Father's Day Pay, total monthly costs for women's labour, Office of Native Employment consultant for Indigenous women seeking government work, seminars, meetings, and lectures in Ontario and Manitoba, "Interchange '75" seminars, film festivals, and recommended reading and music.

Vol. 2, no. 5, June-July 1975, includes excerpts from the Crossroads '75 conference in Québec on topics such as homemakers, women in business, legal and financial protection, rights of Indigenous women, creation of a Family Court system, gender ratio of teachers in schools, teaching materials including women's activism, prohibiting sex discrimination in schools, economic independence, pensions, preventing discrimination in insurance policies, recognizing housewives as workers, communications and representations of women, developing new policies at regulatory bodies such as the CRTC or CBC, preventative medicine including nutrition, internal health including venereal disease, cancer, and pregnancy, family planning including access to contraceptives and abortion, employment discrimination, benefits, and wages for domestic workers, standards for part-time work, organizing, politics, a recommended reading list and filmography, a congratulations section highlighting the accomplishments of Canadian women, a sex discrimination checklist published by CUPE, and list of conferences, courses, and seminars on topics such as women and the church, homemakers, urban planning, the Québec Human Rights Commission, and repealing laws against abortion.

File also contains correspondence from the IWY Secretariat to the AUCE, and from the Women's Office at UBC to the AUCE, informing them about events and programs.

[Local 1 Communications committee records]

File contains meeting minutes, bulletins, and other records dated July 24, 1980 to May 1980. Topics discussed include picketing and strikes, nominations, contract proposals and negotiations, financial statements and auditors' reports, affiliation, delegates to the Special Provincial Convention, information on the CLC and CCU, ballot instructions, changes to the 1979/80 collective agreement, an agenda for July 24, Faculty of Education restructuring, reports on the AUCE Local 1 president and his resignation, union deductions, a list of correspondence, BC Teachers Credit Union seminars, and a list of the 1981 executive. File also contains the following newsletters:

Division D Newsletter Number 11, November 1980 includes information on the Divison D executive, Faculty of Education reorganization, and a guest speaker from the Public Service Alliance of Canada.

Division D Newsletter Number 9, May 1980 includes information on the Division D elections, Faculty of Education reorganization, affiliation and the referendum ballot, and the postponement of a shop steward seminar.

[Local 1 Communications committee records]

File contains committee bulletins, ballots, and issues of the AUCE Local 1 newsletters "On Campus" dated February 1983 to May 1983, and "AUCE Expression" dated June 1983 to November 1983. Topics discussed in bulletins and ballots include special membership meetings, statements from and nominations of candidates for Union Organizer, action against provincial legislation, union solidarity, and the secession of Local 1 from AUCE Provincial.

On Campus Volume 2, Number 1, January/February 1983 includes contract information on how UBC should discuss dissatisfaction with employees, an article on workplace harassment, a book review of "Still Ain't Satisfied/Canadian Feminism Today" (The Women's Press, 1982), a light verse on caloric content, statements on workplace productivity, a forum on computer automation, Local 1's Ad Hoc Committee on Technological Change, inflation, International Women's Day, by-law amendments, and an agenda for February 24, 1983.

On Campus Volume 2, Number 2, March 1983 includes a notice for the AUCE Provincial Convention, a reprinted Canadian Labour article about union member wages, information on reclassification appeals, a letter of thanks, an open letter about leadership election criteria, a financial report, a call for volunteers for the Union Office, minutes of the January 20, 1983 membership meeting, and an agenda for March 24, 1983.

On Campus Volume 2, Number 3, April 1983 includes includes a letter of thanks, a reprinted Vancouver Sun article about the status of women in Canada, a call for opinion pieces on secession from AUCE, a warning about the potential hazards of video display terminals, two reprinted Vancouver Sun articles about video display terminals, the proposed 1983 budget, a notice of motions, a Local 1 news brief, minutes of the March 24, 1983 membership meeting, a recommendation for dues increase, notice of a film screening, notice of the April 21, 1983 special membership meeting on technological change.

On Campus Volume 2, Number 4, May 1983 includes the results of the Union Organizer election, responses to dues increase, responses to the proposed budget, an open letter regarding secession from AUCE, solicitation for critique of On Campus, resignation of Local 1's President, recommendation for dues increase, the proposed 1983 budget, a reprint of 1982 financial information, a notice of executive motions, a Local 1 news brief, an article summarizing daily union office duties, a notice of Local 1's application for certification as an independent union, reprinted Worklife articles about automation and video display terminals, minutes from the April 21, 1983 membership meeting, and an agenda for May 19, 1983.

AUCE Expression [June 1983] includes open letters from Local 1 members on the following topics: the proposed budget, a retraction, dues increase, motion for by-law amendments, thanks to the abdicating Union Coordinator, the labour pioneer Sarah Bagley, the Joint Union-Administration VDT Committee, striking public service workers of Alberta, secession from AUCE Provincial, and duties of a Library Assistant in the Fine Arts Library. Newsletter also contains an opinion ballot for contract negotiations, by-law amendments as regarding the Ombuds Committee, and an agenda for June 30, 1983.

AUCE Expression, August 1983 includes open letters on the following topics: critique of the June 1983 newsletter, Operation Solidarity against provincial legislation, support of Tranquille Institution workers, reprinted articles on automation, Library layoffs, secession from AUCE Provincial, solicitation for donations for food banks and promotion of human rights in Peru, solicitation of endorsement from the Concerned Citizens for Choice on Abortion, labour pioneer Rose Schneiderman, and a letter of thanks. Newsletter also contains minutes for the July 28, 1983 membership meeting, reports on Operation Solidarity and affects of provincial legislation, a Local 1 news brief, notices of motion of Local 1 resolutions of opposition to provincial legislation, and an agenda for August 18, 1983.

AUCE Expression, October 1983 includes open letters on the following topics: opposition to provincial legislation and reports on Operation Solidarity, a grievance report, merger discussion with OTEU, contributing to general membership meetings, union dues, and solicitation of endorsement for the Vancouver Women's Health Collective. Newsletter also contains minutes for the September 15, 1983 membership meeting, reprinted Provincial articles about job stress and relations with the provincial government, a Local 1 news brief, a union office report, and an agenda for October 20, 1983.

AUCE Expression, November 1983 includes open letters on the following topics: a letter of thanks, complaints about a membership meeting speech, opposition to provincial legislation, union office working conditions and harassment, staff shortage, secession from AUCE Provincial, and strikebreakers. Newsletter also contains "A Declaration of Rights of the People of British Columbia", a reprinted Vancouver Sun article on video display terminals, a reprinted Ubyssey article about strikebreakers, solicitation for membership information, a Local 1 news brief, minutes of the October 20, 1983 membership meeting, minutes of the October 31, 1983 special membership meeting, notices of by-law amendments, and an agenda for December 1, 1983.

[Local 1 Communications committee records]

File contains notices of general special membership meetings dated March 8, 1984 to December 13, 1984. Topics discussed include technological change, committee reports, by-law amendments, contract proposals, solidarity in Poland, and nominations. File also contains AUCE Local 1 newsletter "AUCE Expression" dated January 1984 to October 1984.

AUCE Expression, January 1984 includes a union leadership directory, discussion regarding Operation Solidarity and provincial legislation, appeals regarding disciplinary action against strikebreakers, proposed by-law amendments, results of a referendum, grievance report, trustees report on the secession referendum, financial statement from June 1983 to November 1983, audited financial statement, and an agenda for January 19, 1984.

AUCE Expression [February 1984] includes a letter protesting against the closing of David Thompson University Centre (Nelson, B.C.), a letter protesting defunding of the Vancouver Status of Women, a telegram protesting the arrest of trade unionists at Jesuit Centre San Salvador, a reprinted Canadian Industrial Relations and Personnel Developments article regarding childcare, a discussion of disciplinary action against strikebreakers, a notice of an SFU symposium series, Operation Solidarity report, grievance report, a reprinted Canadian Labour Congress article regarding wage control, minutes of the October 31, 1983 and November 10, 1983 special membership meetings, minutes of the January 19, 1984 membership meeting, proposed by-law amendments, and notices of motion.

AUCE Expression, May 1984 includes a reprinted Vancouver Courier article on layoffs at UBC, information on AUCE discounts, information from the Telecommunications Workers Union regarding deregulation of the telecommunications industry, minutes of membership meetings dated May 19, 1983 to April 26, 1984, information on health emergency management at UBC, Local 1 news brief, a notice of motion regarding discipline, and an agenda for May 24, 1984.

AUCE Expression, June 1984 (Health and Safety Issue) includes directories of shop stewards and the Communications Committee, a letter of thanks, information on health emergency management at UBC, a reprinted article on sweatshops, a reprinted CUPE article on unsafe office buildings, a reprinted article on staying healthy at work, a reprinted The Province article on electronic offices, a reprinted Homemakers Magazine article on office indoor air quality, a reprinted Globe & Mail article about workplace automation and worker's rights, a reprinted Worklife article on video display terminals, a reprinted section from "A Hard Man to Beat" (Bill White, Pulp Press), a reprinted article from the Canadian Mental Health Association on the effects of unemployment, an reprinted article from the Women's Occupational Health Resource Center on indoor air pollution, a report from Local 1's Safety Officer, a report on B.C. Labour Code amendments' bias towards management, "Program for the Protection of Human and Workers' Rights" from the Federation of Labour Executive Board, Merger Committee report, Contract Committee report, minutes from the May 24, 1984 membership meeting, notice of motion, and an agenda for June 21, 1984.

AUCE Expression, September 1984 (Technological Change Issue) includes letters of thanks, correspondence regarding Operation Solidarity payments, letter protesting non-union construction firms hired by UBC, articles and reports submitted by Operation Solidarity, an article on Nellie McClung, a reprinted article from CUPE's The Facts regarding no-layoff protection clauses, reprinted articles regarding VDT health and safety risks (from VDT Newsletter Vancouver Sun, The Province, BC Medical Journal, Health Protection for Operators of VDTs/CRTs, The Facts), reprinted article from "Race Against Time: An Overview of Office Automation" (Working Women) regarding workplace automation, reprinted article from Science Digest regarding typing strain, a summary of a VDT report by Dr. Hari Sharma, a statement and appeal for correspondence from the Technological Change Committee, grievance report, minutes of the June 21, 1984 membership meeting, reprint of Current Disputes, and a Local 1 news brief. Issue also contains a supplement entitled "The Electronic Sweatshop" excerpted from Perspectives on Women in the 1800's (University of Manitoba Press, 1983).

AUCE Expression, 1984 includes a reprinted pages from the Solidarity Coalition Bulletin, an open letter from Local 1's president regarding contractual victories, correspondence to the AUCE Province newsletter regarding wage increases, solicitation of endorsement from the Canadian Union of Postal Workers , reprinted CUPE: The Facts articles regarding Canadian poverty and incremental wage systems, a reprinted Industrial Relations Bulletin article regarding wage settlement data, a bulletin from the BC Federation of Labour regarding Workers' Compensation Board regulations, information regarding the Famous Players lockout, reprinted information from Current Disputes, Merger Committee report, Contract Committee report, minutes from the September 27, 1984 membership meeting, and an agenda for October 25, 1984.

[Local 1 Executive correspondence and other material]

File contains reports and materials relating to affiliation, from 1979 to 1980. Topics discussed include an affiliation committee meeting with SORWUC, a report from the special provincial convention on affiliation, contracts, ballots and results, reports from Locals from June 1979 to 1980, strikes, dues, job descriptions, negotiations, grievances, student employment, membership, and elections. File also contains the SORWUC newsletter from February 1980, AUCE Affiliation Bulletins, the Report of the University Librarian 1979/80, and the President's Report 1979-80.

[Local 1 Newsletters and minutes of membership meetings]

File contains meeting minutes, newsletters, and other records dated January 22, 1981 to November 1981. Topics discussed include non-profit housing on university endowment lands, correspondence, financial statements, nominations, technological changes, charges against Local 5 (Caledonia College), negotiations, proposed wage rates, and health effects of VDTs and CRTs. File contains the following newsletters:

On Campus February 1981 includes information on an increased per capita tax, bylaw amendments, conflict between Locals and provincial organization, a reprinted article on health and video display terminals, an appeal for participation from the job evaluation committee, the wage gap in Canada, an unofficial job description, letters and responses, the effects of federal budgets cuts to higher education, reprinted articles on working mothers, exploitation of women workers, and domestic abuse of women and referrals to shelters, meeting minutes from December 17, 1980, and January 22, 1981, Capilano College Labour Studies Program courses, a list of correspondence, and an agenda for February 19, 1981.

On Campus March 1981 includes reprinted articles on International Women's Day and women and unions, information on working conditions, video display terminals (VDTs), a reprinted article on pensions, background on the provincial committees for education, the newsletter, Discovery Parks, and superannuation, letters from members, employee bus passes, reprinted articles on education funding cuts and the UBC Faculty Club, meeting minutes from February 19, 1981, a list of correspondence, and an agenda for March 19, 1981.

On Campus April 1981 includes information on constitutional amendments, notices, reprinted articles on equal pay, BCGEU bargaining, a letter from the Employers' Council of British Columbia on the topic of equal pay for work of equal value, a table of clerical and labourer settlements in Lower Fraser Valley towns, reprinted articles on unions in the public sector, women's wages in Canada compared to other countries, women's activities in unions, and pregnant women and VDT use, meeting minutes from March 19, 1981, a list of correspondence, and an agenda for April 28, 1981.

On Campus May 1981 includes information on negotiation, pay grades, and wages, letters from members, objectives and methods of job evaluation, notice of motions, grievances, a report from the benefits committee, speakers and films available for meetings, opposition to parking fee increases, reprinted articles on health and safety and use of VDTs, stress levels among women office workers, sweatshops, salary negotiation, and labour trends, meeting minutes from April 28, 1981, a list of correspondence, reprinted articles on a HEU strike at the Windermere Central Park Lodge, women bank workers, automation, a secretary's bill of rights, a short profile on E. Cora Hind, and occupational health and safety, a copy of Bourinot's Rules of Order, and an agenda for May 21, 1981.

On Campus June 1981 includes a communications committee editorial, a report from the union office and the grievance committee, an appeal for participation in the safety sub-committee, a reprinted article on VDT use, information on job evaluation, letters from members and responses, bylaw changes, a notice about a strategy committee meeting, meeting minutes from May 21, 1981, reprinted articles on technology in the workplace, legal secretaries, job hazards, VDTs, and policies supporting working women, a Local 1 annual report, reprinted articles on office automation, employee protection from sexual harrassment, VDTs, reproductive health problems of workers in Silicon Valley, a list of correspondence, and an agenda for June 18, 1981.

On Campus July 1981 includes information on maternity and parental leave, a report on the 1981 AUCE convention discussing discipline, charges against Local 5 (Caledonia College), Local 1 and the per capita tax, constitutional amendments, affiliation and merger, resolutions of support and opposition for several social and political issues, nominations, job evaluations, the safety sub-committee, reprinted articles on stressful occupations and tampon regulations, letters from members and responses, correspondence on the UBC retirement policy, a WCB hazard notice, financial information including an auditors' report, balance sheet, and statements of revenue and expenditure as at December 31, 1980, reprinted articles on burn out and inflation, an article on contracts and technological change, and an agenda for July 16, 1981.

On Campus August 1981 includes information on grievances, reprinted articles on IUDs and a clerical workers' contract, an update from the contract committee, motions from the grievance committee and on technological changes, reprinted articles on strike pay for the International Woodworkers of America, union organization by black workers in South Africa, strike action in Johannesburg and police responses, and equal pay for work of equal value, a warning against Liquid Paper correction fluid, air quality in the union office, lists of executive and committee members, a reprinted article on unemployment insurance benefits for retiring workers, notices, family planning and abortion services in Surrey and Delta, UBC mail services handling mail during a CUPW strike, reprinted articles on student employees in hospitals, women's literacy, the possibility of male pregnancy, women's pensions, and opposition to mandatory retirement, an obituary, issues with the tuition waiver, a list of correspondence, and an agenda for August 20, 1981.

On Campus September 1981 includes meeting minutes from August 20, 1981, a reprinted article on burn out, a contract committee report, wages and job security negotiation issues, a grievance committee report on the pension plan, tuition waivers, and the difference between orientation and probationary periods, notice of motions, a reprinted article on the economic value of a housewife, information on newsletter publication and term deposits, wage proposals, letters from members, a notice about an AMS cabin in Whistler, correspondence with UBC management on topics such as involuntary transfers, a hiring freeze, adn insurance coverage, a table of pension and health plan contributions, opposition to rejecting a wage increase for computer operators, a car dealership offer to union members, a reprinted article on wage controls, a satirical play on the rejection of the computer operators pay upgrade, a list of stewards, a list of correspondence, motions on grievances, data from a housing study by the Douglas House Building Society for non-academic staff at UBC, a reprinted article on secretaries not having to serve coffee, and an agenda for September 17, 1981.

On Campus October 1981 includes information on processing grievances, representation, and forms and powers of arbitration, a reprinted article on workplace health hazards for women, a report from the parking fee committee, motions, a grievance report, Labour Studies course fee assistance, Capilano College Labour Studies courses, an appeal to support a union in Poland, letters to members, a report from the contract committee, meeting minutes from September 17, 1981, a list of stewards, a list of correspondence, and an agenda for October 22, 1981.

On Campus November 1981 includes information on affiliation, reprinted article on VDTs and a CUPE contract ratification at the Vancouver Public Library, committee reports on contracts and grievances, a provincial report and reports from Locals, health and safety committee news, meeting minutes from October 7, 1981, a notice on workplace hazards, a health and safety fact sheet, BC Teachers Credit Union services, dues deductions, a ""Working Women Resource Guide"" on organizing university office staff, a reprinted article on equal pay for work of equal value, information on how a to run a meeting, meeting minutes from October 22, 1981, a list of correspondence, and an agenda for November 26, 1981.

[Local 2 correspondence and newsletters]

File contains incoming and outgoing correspondence of AUCE Local 2 (SFU) and newsletter AUCE Anchor dated April 1975 to February 1984. Topics discussed in correspondence include financial struggles and salary erosion at SFU, 1975 strike, requests for financial assistance, support of Teaching Assistant Union, deferral of AUCE Provincial per capita tax payment due to contract negotiations, and certification of employees served by the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB).

File also contains bulletin dated October 2, 1982, which includes agenda for general membership meeting dated October 19, 1982, and report from the delegates to the September 1982 Special Provincial Convention.

AUCE Anchor, June 1979 topics include articles in support of the SFU 18, correspondence regarding financial assistance from other unions, violation of collective agreement within library, report of SORWUC settlement, Teaching Support Staff Union (TSSU) contract negotiations, memo regarding "sandbagging" by supervisors, letters to the editor, and reprinted Express National Bureau article regarding Vancouver food prices.

AUCE Anchor, December 1979 topics include articles in support of the SFU 18, response to SFU President's call for library donations, letters to the editor regarding affiliation, investigation of affiliation with the Canadian Labour Congress, and "Labour Focus" column addressing recent labour news.

AUCE Anchor, May 1980 topics include SFU negotiations, TSSU negotiations, founding of Canadian Farmworker's Union (CFU), UBC strike, reprinted AUCE Provincial correspondence to the Workers Compensation Board of BC, affiliation discussions, 1980 CLC Convention, "Labour Focus" column addressing labour news, Local 2 grievances, contraction information column, letters to the editor, and uranium mining moratorium.

AUCE Anchor, March 1980 topics include October 1979 library layoffs, SFU 18 sentencing, letters to the editor, interview with Contract Committee regarding contract negotiations, Anchor publication policy, Audio Visual Board complaint to the Labour Relations Board, "Labour Focus" column addressing labour news, affiliation options, Local 2 grievances regarding job postings and maternity benefits, discrimination towards women in Elections Act, salary negotiations, students protest against government cutbacks, reprinted CUPE educational pamphlet regarding incremental salary increases, article on visual display terminals, and report on safety of Liquid Paper correction fluid.

[Local 2 Correspondence, publications, and other materials]

File contains records of AUCE Local 2 (Simon Fraser University), dated November 1974 to July 1977. Records include issues of Local 2 newsletter AUCE Anchor, press release dated July 25, 1977, broadside titled "SFU WEEP", booklet of provincial constitution and local by-laws, listings of constitution and by-law amendments, review conducted by the Labour Relations Board of British Columbia of Local 2's first arbitration award dated March 15, 1976, working documents of contract negotiations, full contract dated November 22, 1974, Local's contract demands, news clippings regarding contract negotiations from the Province and the Vancouver Sun dated June 6, 1975, report on AUCE Local 2 history written by Angela Hamilton and Perce Groves, and open letters regarding on SORWUC Local 1 negotiations dated July 1975.

[Local 2 Strike bulletins and correspondence]

File contains records of AUCE Local 2 (Simon Fraser University) regarding 1979 strike, dated March 1978 to January 1980. Records include correspondence, strike bulletins, newsletters, fliers, planning materials, map of SFU campus, outline of personnel deployment system, and open correspondence regarding the arrest of striking union members.

[Local 3 correspondence, reports, and other materials]

File contains correspondence, reports and other materials of AUCE Local 3 (Notre Dame University; David Thompson University Centre) dated February 1974 to August 1978. Correspondence regards management and collective bargaining of David Thompson University Centre and Selkirk College, association with CUPE, elected officers and committee members, salary, management change of Notre Dame University and contractual severance benefits, certification, and per capita payments to the Provincial.

File also includes issues of AUCE Local 3 newsletter Bludgeon dated November 1975 to March 1977, conference report on Local 3's status, history of David Thompson University Centre, charter meeting minutes dated February 22, 1974, and application for certification of AUCE Local 3 certification dated February 28, 1974.

[Local 4 newsletters]

File contains Local 4 (Capilano College) newsletter Cap Communicator, dated March 1977 to June 1978.

Cap Communicator, vol.2 no.3, March 1977 topics include reprinted article on inter-library loan grant, agenda for general membership meeting dated March 10, summary of membership meetings dated February 10 to March 3, ballot on wage increase, information on wage increase, committee reports, and minutes of Principal's Advisory Committee meeting dated February 15.

Cap Communicator, vol.2 no.9, September 1977 topics include reprinted article on wage dispute settlement, agenda for regular general meeting dated September 8, notes on recent and upcoming contract negotiations, fitness centre news, advertisement for the Capilano Review, and personal account of a European tour.

Cap Communicator, vol.2 no.15, May 1978 topics include agenda for regular general meeting dated May 11, notice of contract experiation and request for input, minutes of general meetings dated April 13 to April 28, notice for Capilano College picnic and softball game, committee reports, and reprinted news articles regarding Capilano College budget and art exhibition.

Cap Communicator, vol.2 no.16, June 1978 topics include agenda for general meeting dated June 8, minutes of general meeting dated May 11, notice for Capilano College picnic, notice of special meeting dated June 7, listing of recommended new positions, committee reports, memorandum regarding benefit changes, memorandum of understanding regarding the hiring of "Native Speakers" as instructor associates, notes of Committee on "Volunteers in Transition" dated April 12, AUCE Provincial's loan to Local 1 to help defray strike-pay costs, and report from May 1978 AUCE Convention.

File also contains reports, minutes, and proposed amendments from the July 1977 SORWUC National Special Convention, including the SORWUC national union constitution.

[Local 5 Job action records, correspondence, and other materials]

File contains material from Local 5 (College of New Caledonia) dated June 9, 1976 to October 7, 1981. Records include news bulletins, executive committee list, incoming correspondence, press clippings and report. Topics include constitution violations, discliplinary action, relations with non-teaching staff, contract negotiations, and strike action.

[Local 5 secession records] (2 of 2)

File contains material from Local 5 (College of New Caledonia) related to secession from AUCE and affiliation with the Confederation of Canadian Unions, dated April 30, 1981 to July 8, 1982. Records include incoming and outgoing correspondence, notice of appointment of scrutiner, AUCE News (Special 9th Annual Convention Edition, June 1982), agenda and minutes of Provincial executive meeting dated October 24, 1981, signed petition, ballot, and completed questionnaires.

[Miscellaneous correspondence]

File contains correspondence between the Association of University and College Employees and other organizations, from 1973 to 1975. Topics discussed include the status of women in education and employment, health and safety information from the Workman's Compensation Board, conferences and seminars, flexible work week. Organizations corresponded with include UBC and the The Women's Office of the Alma Mater Society (AMS), the Workman's Compensation Board, Variety Club, Service, Office, and Retail Workers Union of Canada News ( SORWUC), the University Endowment Lands Tenants Society (UELTS), and others. File also contains pamphlets, a SORWUC newsletter (vol. 1, no. 1) from Spring 1975, an information package from the UELTS including surveys about housing and a map of the area, a copy of the HEU newsletter (vol. 11, no. 1) from January 1974 including their proposed collective agreement, and photocopies of case law.

[Provincial Affiliation committee -- SORWUC]

File contains reports and news releases dated January 1980 to March 10, 1980. Topics discussed include the Muckamuck strike, finances, bylaws, conventions, affiliation meetings with SORWUC representatives, and information about different unions. File also contains a copy of SORWUC's National Union Constitution, and the SORWUC newsletter from February 1980.

[Provincial Affiliation committee] (2 of 2)

File contains reports, meeting minutes, correspondence, and other records dated March 1980 to June 16, 1980. Topics discussed include AUCE affiliation with other unions (CLC, CUPE, OTEU, BCGEU), membership meetings, convention and referendum information, and notes and questions from meetings with other unions. File also contains a copy of La Chispa, a TSSU (AUCE Local 6) newsletter from March 1980.

[Provincial Bargaining Strategies conference records]

File contains materials relating to the Association of University and College Employees' Bargaining Strategies Conference, held February 5-7th, 1982, as well as several articles and copies of legislation. Topics discussed include collective agreements, negotiations, contract language, job evaluations, sexual harassment, wage increases, benefits, bargaining, information on court cases, the Capilano College Labour Studies Programme from Spring 1982, copies of the 1979 Labour Code, the Essential Services Disputes Act (1977), the Employment Standards Act (1980), an article by David C. McPhillips entitled "The Duty to Bargain in Good Faith," "Labour Law and Industrial Relations in Canada" by H.W. Arthurs et al (Butterworths, Toronto, 1981), "Labour Relations and the Collective Bargaining Cycle" by G.E. Phillips (Butterworths, Toronto, 1981). File also contains a copy of AUCE Provincial News, dated January 1982, discussing affiliation with other unions (CLC, CCU), tensions between SORWUC and the Union of Bank Employees, reports from Locals, nominations, a report on the Constitution and Aboriginal People, the B.C. Federation of Labour Convention, Manpower training programs, video display terminals, additions to the Provincial Resource Centre such as publications, books, and reports, labour news, and a bargaining strategy workshop.

[Provincial Executive correspondence-- to members]

File contains correspondence, dispatches, newsletters, and reports, dated November 27, 1980 to October 22, 1980. Topics discussed include election and referendum results, affiliation, the newsletter, financial support, constitutional amendments and resolutions, picketing, reports from Locals, the annual convention, budgets, AUCE history, unemployment insurance, AUCE logo, the SFU 18, and strikes. File also contains three AUCE Local 7 (University of Victoria) newsletters.

Provincial news

File contains newsletters from the AUCE Provincial, and a financial statement.

AUCE Affiliation Bulletin (January 22, 1981) includes referendum results on whether AUCE members wish to affiliate with the Canadian Labour Council.

AUCE Provincial Dispatch no. 13 (November 27, 1980) includes by-election results, and the results of a special assessment which passed to provide financial assistance to Local 1.

AUCE Provincial News: Special Issue on Affiliation (December 1980) includes discussion and opinion pieces on the advantages and disadvantages of various ways to affiliate with the CLC.

AUCE Provincial News (Fall 1980) includes topics such as local reports, boycotts, protest literature, settlements, tripartism, relations with the Canadian Confederation of Unions, a Canadian Human Rights Commission review of Canada Employment and Immigration, opinion pieces on affiliation, and sexual assault legislation.

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