Component 5 - Retail Stores and Warehouse

BCGEU members in the Retail Stores and Warehouse Component operate the provincial government's retail liquor stores and related warehouse operations. Specific classifications include: assistant manager, assistant shipper, concession clerk, foreman, manager, shipper, store clerk and warehouse worker.

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Bargaining Updates

Aug 17, 2012

B.C. Government workers in Prince George, Cranbrook, Nelson, Dawson Creek and Burns Lake will strike on Monday, the B.C. Government and Service Employees’ Union (BCGEU) announced today.

Jul 17, 2012

The Master Bargaining Committee can confirm the following updated information about the impact of job action on leave entitlements.

Leave Requests

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Component News

Aug 18, 2006

August 15, 2006 

The decision by the Liquor Distribution Branch (LDB) to close two public liquor stores in Coquitlam and Burnaby as part of a plan to open a new Signature store on North Road violates the government’s own Service Plan and removes retail options for local residents, the B.C. Government and Service Employees’ Union said today.

Jul 10, 2006

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Agenda expanded for July 16 Local 503 Meeting

May 19, 2006

The ballots for the recent election of the Local 503 Secretary Treasurer were counted and announced today.

The successful candidate is John Ames.

The Local wishes to thank candidates Thomas Auer and Jackie McGuire for putting their names forward for consideration, and to the Balloting Committee for their assistance with the election.

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Media Coverage

May 18, 2017

The move toward marijuana legalization is … still not as coherent as it could be, let’s say.

May 8, 2017

The leaders of British Columbia’s three main political parties have all spent time on the campaign trail praising its craft-beer industry, but none has said much about one of the other most popular

Apr 18, 2017

After decades as a marijuana renegade, British Columbia is eagerly anticipating the federal government’s bill legalizing marijuana.

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