Hello members, We are thrilled to announce that our newly elected Local 1944 officers were installed on May 28th at our head office in Burnaby BC, commencing their three-year terms. This momentous occasion was marked by the presence of our District 3 Director, Scott Lunny, who joined us to witness the transition of leadership within our Local.
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The Raising the Bar project was initiated from discussions at unit meetings on Vancouver Island and in the Interior of British Columbia. Women of the Craft shared their experiences and challenges, sparking immediate action from our leadership. President Donna Hokiro, having attended these meetings, recognized the urgency of these issues.
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On this day, the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, we are reminded of our collective responsibility to work toward ending all forms of racism. Despite progress over the decades, the battle against racial discrimination continues, particularly for Indigenous peoples, racialised, and religious minority communities across Canada.
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As we come together today to observe International Women's Day, it is with a profound sense of solidarity and commitment that we also address the challenges faced by women, trans, and non-binary workers within our communities.
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USW Local 1944 is outraged that Telus has chosen this time, when we are already reeling from the ongoing payroll error disaster, to roll back your health benefits.
The Canadian Football Players Association (CFLPA), United Steelworkers (USW), and White Ribbon are joining forces to introduce a groundbreaking program – "Elevating Action."
We're excited to announce our participation in Pink Shirt Day on February 28th – a powerful stand against bullying. Show your support by wearing our exclusive USW Local 1944 Pink Shirt!
Hello Members, Units are able to pass resolutions that they want to be considered at the Local Union Delegated Meeting, which is being held March 19-21, 2024. For a Unit to pass a resolution to the LUDM, a member of the Unit must propose the resolution at a Unit Meeting.