The Political Action Committee shall consist of not less than three (3) members, and not more than eight (8) members to be elected from the general membership. A quorum shall be fifty percent plus one (50% + 1) of the elected Committee. Their duties shall be to research and recommend action in any field that is affected by legislation on all levels of government which affects the labour movement. All reports and proposals of this Committee shall be made available to the members for information at the next regular general membership meeting, following presentation to the Executive. Also, the reports and proposals are to be published in the monthly Chronicle that preceded the meeting the reports and proposals are tabled at.
The following 2023/2024 Committee consists of the following CUPE728 members:
- Cassie Deezar
- Theresa Pidcock
- Edward Parsotam
- Laura Hagar-Gaube
- Marcey Campbell
In December 2023, CUPE728’s Political Action Committee was at the Surrey Christmas Parade sharing information on our fight to bring seamless daycare in our schools. Check out more information here