About us

Executive and stewards

This is your 2018-2019 executive:

cupe-touchiconPresident: Kevin Ivey

902-578-9557

keivey@cbrm.ns.ca

 

 

cupe-touchiconVice President: Darryl McNeill

902-578-5235

dmcneill@cbrm.ns.ca

 

 

cupe-touchiconRecording Secretary: Tracy Rudderham

902-578-5938

tgrudderham@cbrm.ns.ca

 

cupe-touchiconSecretary Treasure: Mike Whitty

902-577-6230

mwhitt77@hotmail.com

 

 

Stewards

Transit – Lee Stewart
Cleaners – Florance Corbett
New Waterford – Dennis Quinn
C200 – Darrell Dwyer
Central – Darrell McNeil
Solid Waste –
Waste Water – Alex Buchanan
Water Treatment – Henry Rosta
Building Maintenance Trades – Blair Snow

Committees

CUPE 759 has various Committees working hard on your behalf including the following:

Grievance Committee

Education Committee

Pension Committee

Negotiating Committee

What we do

Keith Callaghan (left) and Blair MacDougall (right) putting up a sign in Dominion, East Division , CBRM..
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CUPE Local 759 CBRM Solid Waste heavy equipment operator Jeff O’Handley at work in Whitney Pier. Jeff is operating a Solid Waste recycling truck which takes both compost green bins and blue bags recycling materials.
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CUPE Local 759 CBRM Central Parks and Grounds Utility Service / Working Foreman Wally KRSZWDA loading a mower on utility trailer in Whitney Pier. Summer student looking on.
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Local 759 Cleaner Maureen Burke works in Civic Centre in Sydney. Maureen is one of @ 44 Cleaners working in the municipality providing safe clean working environment for employees in police, library, and Public Works buildings..
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CUPE Local 759 Red Seal Carpenter / Working Foreman James White works with CBRM Building Maintenance. James is shown here installing a hanging ceiling in the Civic Centre in Sydney with an apprentice in training helping out.
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CUPE Local 759 Utility Service / Meter Installer Jason Olford works out of the Sydney Public Works building in Central Division. Jason and the other meter installers travel throughout the seven former Water Utilities located though out the CBRM.
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Terry Doyle looks on as more asphalt is spread on on road repair in Glace Bay, East Division. Public works does asphalt repair in Sydney and East Division.
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Cutting grass along the sides of the sides of the road in Sydney Mines,. This tractor is also used for snow removal in the winter.
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Transit Cape Breton buses are manned by CUPE 759 bus drivers. This bus is rolling alomg George Street in Sydney , Nova Scotia in September 2012.
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Heavy Equipment Operator Craig Huestis is operating a Top Kick outitted with a plow. Craig is salting and plowing snow after a recent snow fall in Sydney Mines, North Division Public Works, CBRM.
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Heavy Equipment Operator Anthony Thyssen is operating a grader outfitted with a bull nose plow and a wing plow. Anthony was making sure the streets in Sydney Mines were clear after a large snow fall. Anthony work for North Division, Public Works, CBRM.
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Darrell Jessome Utility Service North Division, CBRM, is operating a Trackless machine outfitted with a snow thrower and a salt box. Darrell is cleaning sidewalks on Main street Sydney Mines.
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Leona Bellefontaine, Utility Service, Parks & Grounds is keeping the Civic Centre steps and walk clear after a recent February snow fall.
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Roderk MacNeil, heavy equipmewnt operator, is operatoring a grader outfitted with a wing plow. Roderick is widening the roads after a recent snowfall. East Division , Glace Bay. CBRM Public Works.
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Local 759 Heavy Equipment operator Brian Drake is digging a sewer lateral / water service trench on George Street in North Sydney ( North Division ). Uthilitry Service Brian Woodfine, and Heavy Equipment operator Brian MacDonald stand watching the level of the hole. John Finney Heavy Equipment Operator / Working Froeman is checking on the job progress.
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