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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.

[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 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.

Executive outgoing correspondence

File contains copies of outgoing executive correspondence dated November 1, 1975 to November 22, 1976. Topics include press communications, union representatives and representation, the Anti-Inflation Board (AIB), executive and membership meetings, communciations and negotiations with UBC, collective agreements, grievance, union jurisdiction and exemption, cooperation with other unions, maternity leave, job classifications and descriptions, seniority, layoffs, steward seminars, striking, strike fund, arbitration, new employee orientation, status of women, interpretation of by-laws and collective agreement, retirement, office plant repotting, finances, employee transfers, correspondence, union office organization, land lease increase, and union elections. Recipients consist primarily of UBC officials and employees, and include other unions, arbitrators, and union federations.

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 (1 of 3)

File contains 1985 incoming correspondence, and outgoing correspondence dated January 2, 1985 to December 31, 1985. Topics include Ritchie & Associates, contract negotiations and collective agreements, arbitration, support of other unions and causes, membership meetings, work-to-rule campaign, eviction protection legislation and payroll deductions during Expo '86, union representatives and representation, prosecution of religious discrimination and harassment, anti-semitism, Local 1 finances, seccession from AUCE, maternity benefits, job evaluations, by-law amendments, union dues, flex time, unjust employee dismissal, status of women, union buttons, research project, human rights abuses in Peru, status of union business office, flyers for various companies and products, New Democratic Party, abortion rights, report on the effects of restraint on the delivery of social services, elections and nominations.

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 correspondence incoming and outgoing (3 of 3)

File contains incoming and outgoing correspondence dated October 16, 1984 to April 15, 1985. Topics include labour studies education and scholarships, advertisements for services and products, requests for financial assistance, union representatives and representation, cooperation and coordination with other unions, scabs, relations with UBC, calls for civic engagement (provincial election, teachers' salary, pacifism, financial restraint measures), affiliation with CUPE, international workers' and human rights, women's rights, Expo 86, workplace sexual harassment, Operation Solidarity, UBC financial cutbacks, and seniority of UBC staff.

General correspondence outgoing (1 of 3)

File contains outgoing correspondence of Local 1 to various organizations and union members, dated January 4, 1982 to December 20, 1982. Topics include leaves of absence, picket lines, contract negotiations and collective agreements, donations, parking, health and safety, union fees, membership meetings, maternity benefits and leave, job classification, AUCE representatives and representation, micro-electronics, shop steward seminar, material and subscription requests, newsletter, media relations, employee benefits, vacation, labour studies, visual display terminals, employee relations, legal advice, the Public Sector Compensation Restraint Program, grievances, newsletter advertisement costs, staff reporting relationships, Youth Employment Opportunity Program, day care for UBC employees, seniority, sexism at UBC, wage controls and social service cutbacks, May Day demonstration, support of Rape Relief Centres, membership cards, Stabilization Program, employee severance, support of Solidarnosc members interned by the military junta in Poland, and the effect of Canada Pension Plan on women.

General correspondence outgoing (2 of 3)

File contains outgoing correspondence of Local 1 to various organizations and union members, dated January 4, 1982 to December 20, 1982. Topics include leaves of absence, picket lines, contract negotiations and collective agreements, donations, parking, health and safety, union fees, membership meetings, maternity benefits and leave, job classification, AUCE representatives and representation, micro-electronics, shop steward seminar, material and subscription requests, newsletter, media relations, employee benefits, vacation, labour studies, visual display terminals, employee relations, legal advice, the Public Sector Compensation Restraint Program, grievances, newsletter advertisement costs, staff reporting relationships, Youth Employment Opportunity Program, day care for UBC employees, seniority, sexism at UBC, wage controls and social service cutbacks, May Day demonstration, support of Rape Relief Centres, membership cards, Stabilization Program, employee severance, support of Solidarnosc members interned by the military junta in Poland, and the effect of Canada Pension Plan on women.

General correspondence outgoing (3 of 3)

File contains outgoing correspondence of Local 1 to various organizations and union members, dated January 4, 1982 to December 20, 1982. Topics include leaves of absence, picket lines, contract negotiations and collective agreements, donations, parking, health and safety, union fees, membership meetings, maternity benefits and leave, job classification, AUCE representatives and representation, micro-electronics, shop steward seminar, material and subscription requests, newsletter, media relations, employee benefits, vacation, labour studies, visual display terminals, employee relations, legal advice, the Public Sector Compensation Restraint Program, grievances, newsletter advertisement costs, staff reporting relationships, Youth Employment Opportunity Program, day care for UBC employees, seniority, sexism at UBC, wage controls and social service cutbacks, May Day demonstration, support of Rape Relief Centres, membership cards, Stabilization Program, employee severance, support of Solidarnosc members interned by the military junta in Poland, and the effect of Canada Pension Plan on women.

Health and Safety Committee (5 of 5)

File contains meeting minutes of the following Safety Committees: Department of Theatre, dated Augus 25, 1983 to December 18, 1984; Woodward Library, dated January 13, 1982 and March 11, 1982; and Instructional Resource Centre, dated May 25, 1983 to November 14, 1984. Topics include role of committee and management, general safety practices and policies, safety hazards, first aid education, temperature and air circulation, lighting, fire safety, asbestos removal, Workers' Compensation Board, accident investigation, visual display terminals, emergency procedure, and correspondence. File also contains correspondence.

File also contains minutes of Inter-Union Visual Display Terminal Committee, dated April 27, 1983. Topics include hazards of electromagnatic fields, grievances and arbitrations, Quebec legislation, new publications, media relations, seminars and conferences, and announcements.

Health and Safety minutes and correspondence (2 of 2)

File contains meeting minutes of the following Health and Safety Committees: General Services and Administration Building, dated April 11, 1985 to April 24, 1986; Instructional Resources Centre, dated January 30, 1985 to January 29, 1986; Library Processing Centre, dated March 15, 1985 to May 13, 1986; and Department of Theatre, dated January 13, 1985 to March 13, 1986. Topics include seminars, emergency procedures, safety hazards, committee organization, occupational safety films, workplace accidents and prevention, temperature and ventilation, fire safety, infection control, lighting, bicycle traffic, visual display terminals, UBC smoking policy, sick rooms, lock-out procedures, radiation concern, broken glass, building maintenance, CPR and first aid education, book truck maintenance, fumes, eye care, correspondence, Factory Act/Workplace Act, theatre construction, storage of chemicals and inflammables, and student insurance.

File also contains correspondence dated January 13, 1985 to January 16, 1986. Topics include safety supplies, air quality, stress-related illness, and Ritchie & Associates.

[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 Strike committee report and other material]

File contains a bound 1976-77 strike committee report and other records dated August 13, 1976 to March 7, 1977. Topics discussed include contract negotiations, "absence from work" issue, job evaluation and classification, publicity and communication, interactions with other unions and organizations, preparing for strike, summary of activities, and recommendations. File also contains several brochures, bulletins, flyers, newsletters, an issue of the Ubyssey (UBC student newspaper), and correspondence.

[Local 1 Strike report and other material]

File contains strike reports and other records dated March 17, 1975 to April 14, 1975. Topics discussed include background leading up to the strike, setting up the strike such as picket locations and scheduling, finances, publicity, organization during the strike such as relations with other unions student support, an overview and summary of the 1975 strike, and recommendations. File also contains information on a CUPE strike, executive election candidate statements, a report on salary differences between men and women faculty members, correspondence, information on negotiations, contract proposals, picket bulletins, flyers, notes, and press releases.

[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.

Outgoing correspondence

File contains outgoing correspondence and other material dated January 15, 1983 to December 7, 1983. Other records include press releases, fliers for upcoming events, ballots, reprinted AUCE newsletter articles, candidate statements, and membership meeting minutes. Topics discussed include study conducted on Visual Display Terminals (VDTs), layoffs, the British Columbia Reconstructive Conversion (Recon) Project, implementation of the BC Library Network, the July 7, 1983 provincial budget and consequent proposed legislative changes, Operation Solidarity, UBC Campus Community Alliance, the Residential Tenancy Act, support of other union, by-law amendments, secession from AUCE Provincial, strike action, Local 1 elections, pornography shown on Canadian Pay TV channel, and sick leave negotiations.

[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 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.

[Publications, leaflets and other materials]

File contains several publications, leaflets, and bulletins, dated 1973 to 1974, including undated document entitled "Forming A Union" and clipping of 'How to Form A Union" from White Collar, a publication of the Office and Professional Employees International Union (OTEU), AFL-CIO and CIC, Labour Code of British Columbia Act, A.U.C.E. informational leaflets, and Hospital Employee's Union Proposed Settlement. Topics discussed include forming a union, reasons to join the union, wages and negotiations. File contains a publication from the Office and Professional Employees International Union, a copy of the 1974 Labour Code of British Columbia, and several leaflets and reports.

[Solidarity coalition newsletters, bulletins, and reports]

File contains newsletters, bulletins, and reports, dated October 1983 to May 1985. Topics discussed include an NDP Caucus Labour Report on legislation, activities of the CUPE Solidarity Committee, a summary of Bill 28 (Labour Code Amendment Act), International Women's Day, unemployment in BC, rallies and protests against government budgets and policies, military expenditures, poverty, socio-economic policy alternatives and a people's commission, the displacement of Tranquille residents, a lockout of the Theatre Employeess Union, human rights, Expo 86, education cuts and cuts to government programs, and logging on Meares Island. File also includes a copy of the Solidarity Times Volume 1, Number 1, from October 15, 1983, copies of the B.C. Report from July 1984 and November 1984, and 15 copies of Solidarity Coalition Bulletins from 1984-1985.

[Solidarity coalition records]

File contains records pertaining to Operation Solidarity (trade unions group) and the Solidarity Coalition (community group), dated December 1, 1983 to October 7, 1983. Topics discussed include strikes and negotiation, responses and opposition to Bill 2-3, Bill 11, Bill 26, and other government policies and legislation, correspondence, budget cuts, a copy of the AUCE Local 1 Solidarity Times, office equipment and costs, reports and summaries on potential legislative changes such as the Labour Code Amendment Act (Bill 28) and others, political protests, leaflets entitled "The Real Kerkhoff Story," and "B.C. Government Cuts Education Again," a news clipping on the Fraser Institute, and a Solidarity Coalition brief to the premier of B.C. dated October 7, 1983.

[Universities & Colleges Conference records] (1 of 2)

File contains records relating to the Association of University and College Employees' participation in the Universities and Colleges Conference, dated October 15, 1977, September 1977, 1973, and October 1977. Topics discussed include the AUCE's contributions to the Universities and Colleges Conference, correspondence, reports from Locals and committees, statement from a provincial secretary/treasurer candidate, and a breakdown of finances. File also contains annotated copies of Bill 89 (Labour Code of British Columbia Amendment Act, 1977), Bill 82 (Colleges and Provincial Institutes Act), the Labour Code of British Columbia (1973), and a copy of CUPE's report for the Universities and Colleges conference.