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Abilities Community Services

Abilities Community Services has been providing support since 1998, serving the lives of People with Autism, Down Syndrome, Mental Heath  and other various diagnoses. Our members are employed providing services in community inclusion, education and training, residential support and supported Employment.

Unit Vice President:  Vacant

Shop Steward:  Vacant

 

Colwood

The City of Colwood employs members in City Hall, Fire Hall, Parks, Public Works and RCMP Detachment.

Unit Vice President:  Gord Beauvillier

Shop Stewards:

  • Shaun Bradley
  • Dave Eden
  • Jeff Hurford

Colwood 2017-2020 Collective Agreement

Esquimalt

The Township of Esquimalt employs members in City Hall, Fire Hall, Parks, Public Works and Recreation Centres.

Unit Vice President: Steve Migliarese

Shop Stewards:

Josh Lloyd (Public Works)

Carol McNichol (City Hall)

Shawn Davis (Parks)

Esquimalt 2017-2020 Collective Agreement

Metchosin

The District of Metchosin employs members in City Hall, Fire Hall, and Public Works.

Unit Vice President:  Melissa Kirk

Shop Stewards:  vacant

Metchosin 2017-2020 Collective Agreement

 

North Saanich

The District of North Saanich employs members in City Hall, Fire Hall, Parks, and Public Works.

Unit Vice President:  Sarah Fairbrass

Shop Steward: Darrel Justice (Parks)

North Saanich 2017-2020 Collective Agreement

Oak Bay

The District of Oak Bay employs members in City Hall, Fire Hall, Parks, Public Works, and Recreation Centres.

Unit Vice President:  Gary Flynn

Shop Steward:

Sean Coss (Public Works)

John Currie (Public Works)

Nick Greaves (Parks)

Oak Bay Collective Agreement 2017-2020

 

Sidney

The Town of Sidney employs members in City Hall, Fire Hall, ICBC, Parks, Public Works, and RCMP Detachment.

Unit Vice President:  Ron Green

Shop Steward: Vacant

Sidney 2017-2020 Collective Agreement

Sooke

The District of Sooke employs members in City Hall, Fire Hall, Parks, and the Waste Water Treatment Plant.

Unit Vice President:  Paul Butterfield

Shop Steward: Scott Cullum

 

Together Against Poverty Society (TAPS)

TAPS provides free, face-to-face legal advocacy to people living in Victoria with issues related to welfare benefits, disability benefits, employment standards, and residential tenancy. TAPS also runs a walk-in tax clinic every Thursday for low-income people that need to file up to 10 years of taxes. TAPS also provides legal education and training through seminars, and produces has a newsletter, TAPROOT, with updated legal information that is widely distributed throughout Greater Victoria.

Unit Vice President: Isabelle Dehler-Hyde

Shop Steward: Vacant

TAPS Collective Agreement 2018-2021