The next CCU/CSC Labour School and Executive Board (EB) meeting is being held in Vancouver, BC on October 15 and 16, 2022 at the Chateau Granville Hotel & Suites.
This meeting will be in-person, so your immediate response is imperative to ensure another successful event. Please notify Dawn Burns at secretary AT ccu-csc.ca and Scarlett Farquhar at ccucsctreasurer AT gmail.com once you have booked/confirmed your room.
The Chateau requires guest rooms to be reserved on or before Saturday, October 1, 2022. Please book early, if possible. Please do not use third-party internet booking sites.
The group block code is “1848” or quote “Confederation of Canadian Unions”.
Reservations can be made via phone: 604-669-7070 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
EB Meeting agenda/Labour school details to follow. The Hospitality Suite will be accessible on Friday and Saturday evenings. Capacity limits will be monitored.
Everyone in attendance MUST be double vaccinated in order to attend labour school and/or the EB meeting.
Please know that the safety, health, and wellness of all EB participants is paramount. Surgical masks, hand sanitizer, and disinfecting wipes will be readily available. We ask that ALL participants adhere to the safety protocols outlined by Public Health.
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