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Retro Pay for Past KPU Employees
If you worked at KPU between April 1, 2022 and January 5th, 2024, you are eligible for retroactive pay. Please complete the attached form and more
A KFA faculty representative needed for Langley OH&S committee
Dear KFA Members, The KFA is looking for a faculty member who regularly teaches on the Langley Campus to serve on the Langley Occupational Health more
KFA Retro and New Collective Agreement Update
Hello KFA members, I want to take this opportunity to provide you with the current status of the implementation of our new KPU-KFA Collective Agreement, more
KFActs Newsletters
Faculty Late Payments, Underpayments, and Correct Pay Calculation 
By Diane Walsh, VP Grievances Hello KFA Members! I hope the fall is progressing nicely for you whether you are in a teaching or non-teaching portion of your schedule. Late more
KFActs FAQ: About Retirement 
By Betty Cunnin, Member-at-Large At some point, you might decide you’d like to retire from KPU. Retirement is a time of transition that encompasses many career, financial, health, and life more
KFActs: Accommodations, Short-Term Disability, and Manulife 
By Rachelle Hollaway, Member-at-Large This article will help you understand the role that Manulife plays in some accommodation requests and all Short-Term Disability claims. For general information about 30 days’ more
Labour Affiliate News
Living Wage Townhall—February 26, 2024
Earlier this year, Mayor Ken Sim and his ABC majority voted in a closed-door meeting to retract Vancouver’s commitment to paying a living wage. Since then, the affordability crisis facing more
Junior Black Achievement Awards
Shared on behalf of JRBAA, NWDLC and VDLC Join us to support the amazing students of the Junior Black Achievement Awards! Please share widely.    
Tell Ken Sim: Bring Back the Living Wage!
  Anyone who works for the City of Vancouver should be able to afford to live in Vancouver. The Living Wage is what someone needs to earn to be able more