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CONTENT

  • We get a message from our USW Directors.
  • We continue to follow our travelling #RiseUP flag as members show support for their Local 1944 – Telus Bargaining Committee across the country. 
  • We highlight members who recently received USW International Leadership Development Scholarship training in Mississauga, ON.
  • Executive Board members meet to discuss the future of 1944 and they get to hear about what District 3 is doing directly from District 3 Director Scott Lunny. 

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List of Transmitter Magazine issues

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December 23, 2020 - Acting President Donna Hokiro reflects on the past year and reminds us that we need to stay connected if we want to be able to create the needed change. The fight continues for Unit 60 Abbotsford members as Shaw doesn’t want to share a dime of its profits. Please use the hashtag #NoFear on social media to show your support.
November 30, 2020 - On November 20th, Members voted to elect their LUDM delegates and USW – Telus bargaining committee members, and election results have been announced. In a statement, Acting President Donna Hokiro explains why it is important that members at Telus participate in the bargaining survey and get involved in this round of bargaining.
October 30, 2020 - As the Executive Board met by Zoom videoconference in mid-October, Board members received Officer and Committee reports and approved the amalgamation of Units 1, 5 and 7 into a new Unit 7. Sister Brooke Downey stepped down from her positions as REO Ontario and Chair of the Civil and Human Rights Committee; the Local Union is thankful for her fierce activism and dedication to the membership.
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.