August 1944@Work: Only solidarity can move an employer, the wrongful death of CUPE member Jimmy Martin, on the picket line with our brothers and sisters at CESSCO, and more

August 31, 2020 - Check out the August 2020 issue of your magazine.

In this issue, Acting President Donna Hokiro discusses the necessity of solidarity in moving an employer to do the right thing. Secretary-Treasurer Michael Phillips writes on the death of CUPE member Jimmy Martin and why it should have been prosecuted under the Westray Law.

See some pictures from the picket line with our brothers and sisters working at CESSCO in Edmonton. Learn how you can get involved and take action on issues that matter to workers in your province, and more! 

Reminder: There are 2 weeks left to enter our #photocontest1944 and win one of three $500 Visa gift cards! It’s easy to participate: Simply take a photo featuring the “Thanks To All Telecom Workers” poster in the most creative way, and send it to us! Each member can submit a picture per day. More details at

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In Solidarity,

USW Local 1944