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CONTENT

  • Final preparations before bargaining with Telus
  • Telus and the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation: Another example on how pressure from the Local Union improves your working conditions
  • The cost of living has increased, but did your paycheck follow?
  • The history that made us
  • In Memoriam
  • Shop Steward Level 1 Course
  • USW Vote Online Campaign School
  • Unit 60 held its Annual Golf Tournament, in Surrey, British Columbia
  • 2021 winners of USW Postsecondary Scholarships

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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.

July 30, 2020 - Check out the July 2020 issue of your magazine.

As the Executive Board met by Zoom videoconference in mid-July, members addressed their thanks to long-time activist and departing Regional Executive Officer Alberta David Skrober for his invaluable commitment to the Local Union.

May 29, 2020 - Check out the May 2020 issue of your magazine.

USW Local 1944 members commemorated the Day of Mourning on April 28. The pandemic is affecting our lives in many ways, bringing along anxiety and burnout. A good way to shake off the negativity is to join one of the Pride events organized this year, some of them will be virtual. This issue also features the Steelworkers Humanity Fund’s report for 2019 and information on scholarships for 2020.