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Monthly Union Meeting
Thursday 2 November @ 6 PM
At District Lodge 14
101, 10471 – 178 Street
Please watch the short political fable below expressing the CCF’s view that the Canadian political system was flawed in offering voters a false dilemma: the choice of two parties, neither of which represented their interests.
BE POLITICALLY ACTIVE!
EVERY. VOTE. COUNTS.
The Story of Mouseland was a story told first by Clarence Gillis, and later and most famously by Tommy Douglas, leader of the Saskatchewan Co-operative Commonwealth Federation and, later, the New Democratic Party of Canada, both social democratic parties. Continue reading
Bryan Wilson, member of IAM Local 2323 talks about how his union defended his right to refuse unsafe work on the job after coming back from a workplace related injury.
May 1, 2017
Stan Pickthall, IAMAW Canada
Dear Stan Pickthall,
Park’N Fly recently revised its Discount Savings program; an adjustment will be made to your Park’N Fly corporate discount rates, effective June 151, 2017. The adjustment will vary depending on the market. Attached are the new preferred rates that have been extended to your organization. Continue reading
The next General Election will be held on Monday October 16, 2017.
City of Edmonton voters will elect:
- 1 Mayor
- 1 Councillor for each of the 12 City of Edmonton wards
- 1 Edmonton Catholic School District Trustee for each of the 7 wards or
1 Edmonton Public School District Trustee for each of the 9 wards
Please visit the City of Edmonton website to view the 2017 candidate list
Exercise your right to vote!
Newly released business community reports are raising the alarm on the impact minimum wage increases could have on youth employment. Yet here in Alberta, the employment of 15-24 year olds is more directed by the recession than to minimum wage increases.
September 4, 2017
At today’s annual Labour Day barbecue for the unemployed and underemployed organized by the Edmonton & District Labour Council, the EDLC, End Poverty Edmonton & Friends of Medicare are calling for action on universal prescription drug coverage to help fight poverty in Alberta. Continue reading