Canada’s unions are proud that we’ve won health insurance coverage for many of our members. But we believe anyone with a health card should have coverage for the medicines they need. That’s why we’re working to win a universal prescription drug plan that covers everyone in Canada, regardless of their income, age or where they work or live. Continue reading
April 27, 2018
Too often, workers face dangers at work: from temp workers killed or injured on factory lines, to workers exposed to harmful chemicals, to violence and harassment on the job and domestic violence, which too often goes unrecognized as a workplace hazard. Sadly, too many employers ignore regulations that protect their employees. Tragic worker deaths and injuries are all too common, with many injured workers left unable to return to the workplace and living in poverty. Continue reading
On April 27, 2018 The IAMAW District 78 in Toronto, Ontario hosted Communicators from local lodges to learn the basics of website maintenance. Terry Rennette (LL 2922), North Bay, Eric Johnston (LL1975), St. Thomas, Bobby Manevski (LL2113), Markham and Rick Moriarity (LL103) Cambridge were led by IAMAW Communications Rep. Frank Saptel who took the participants through the process of updating websites, making websites easier to navigate and adding content that would be of interest to members.
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