2950 By Laws

In order to improve the social and economic welfare of its members, without regard to gender, age, race, creed, colour, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, or family status; and to promote its belief in the value of the unity of organized labour, this Local 2950 of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (hereinafter referred to as “the Local”) has been formed.

The membership directs the business of the Local through its regular meetings and such special meetings as may be called from time to time. Emergency situations are dealt with under By-laws Section 4 b). The Executive Committee (hereinafter referred to as the “Local Executive”) directs the business of the Local between General Membership Meetings and reports to the membership.

Sections of these By-laws are to be read in conjunction with Articles of the CUPE Constitution. The following is adopted by the Local pursuant to, and to supplement, Appendix “B” of the CUPE Constitution, to safeguard the rights of all members, to provide for responsible administration of the Local, and to involve as many members as possible through the sharing of duties and responsibilities.