This video says it all, please watch and “Go Out To Vote” on October 19, 2015
YOUR FUTURE DEPENDS ON IT
Make Better Choices for Our Health Care
Secure Full Time Jobs
On October 16, 2015, with the sun shining on a beautiful fall day, four IAMAW enthusiastic members attended a web shop training with Frank Saptel.
These members were eagerly awaiting to learn new ideas to update their website.
Look forward to seeing all their accomplishments on your Local Website.
Friday, October 9, 2015
Statistics Canada’s job numbers for September point to the urgent need for a new government that will prioritize support for industry.
September saw a loss of 62,000 full-time jobs in September—the worst drop in full-time employment since October 2011. The net job gain of an unimpressive 12,100 jobs came from 74,000 new part-time jobs, continuing the troubling trend that has seen three quarters of all jobs created in the last six years as precarious—part-time, temporary or self-employed. Continue reading We need a government that will keep the good jobs at home
On June 27th the OPCM celebrated 125 years of the IAMAW in Canada. OPCM President Kim Valliere presents Stan Pickthall COS a picture commemorating this event at the OPCM Executive meeting held on Saturday Sept 19, 2015
Today Local Lodge 103 represents hundreds of working women and men across southern Ontario. We represent workers in many sectors of the economy, including manufacturing plants, retirement homes, pharmaceutical producers, and volunteer fire fighters.