ATU Local 1505 Winnipeg


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ATU Canada President John Di Nino issued the following statement, regarding the ongoing acts of police brutality and anti-black racism in the United States and Canada: Read more >>>

Take action today by signing the petition to Finance Minister Bill Morneau from Canadian transit workers urging him to put public transit in the federal budget. Read more >>>

May 28th Online day of action for Emergency Transit Funding Read more >>>

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 Concerns regarding the safety of bus operators and passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more >>>

 Masks for ATU1505 members Read more >>>

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 ATU calls on City Council to sweep away plans to layoff crucial Winnipeg Transit staff 


 WINNIPEG – Civic unions representing the majority of Winnipeg’s municipal workforce are calling on City Council to immediately postpone all upcoming committee hearings, as well as the upcoming special budget meeting of City Council. Read more >>>

 Please find attached a statement and update from ATU 1505 President Romeo Ignacio:

COVID19 Update from ATU 1505

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The ATU takes seriously all threats to our members, and the riding public and stands ready to assist in dealing with the corona virus. Read more >>>

 Winnipeg- Operators at AB Transit have voted to join the Amalgamated Transit Union 1505 and have elected to work together to improve their working conditions with the company, which serves as a private contractor for Winnipeg Transit’s Transit Plus service. The vote was conducted by the Manitoba Labour Board on February 28th, with the results released to both parties on March 4th.


 Put the brakes on proposed cuts to Winnipeg Transit and get transit back on track: advocates

 ATU 1505 will be hosting a Mass Meeting to discuss a number of important items. Please make every effort to attend.

 Winnipeg- The Amalgamated Transit Union 1505 is calling for reforms to Winnipeg Transit’s budgetary policy after media reports revealed that Finance Chair Scott Gillingham was unaware where surpluses from Winnipeg Transit were being allocated. The ATU is questioning the need for yearly surpluses, when Winnipeg Transit is already at a breaking point, with an increasing number of buses leaving passengers out in the cold while the on-time performance for the system continues to suffer.


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 Please find attached a helpful guide for ATU 1505 members regarding short term disability.  Read more >>>

The Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1505 is proud to partner with the Winnipeg Police Association, United Fire Fighters of Winnipeg as well as community groups in the Bear Clan Patrol Inc. and Ma Mawi Wi Chi Itata. The concept for this project is to allow kids from the inner City to have outdoor experiences and get more in touch with nature. FortWhyte Alive is one of Winnipeg's best Environmental, Education and Recreation Centres and is the oasis of choice for this endeavour. Read more >>>

All employee's have the Right To Refuse unsafe work.  To exercise your Right To Refuse you must notify a person in charge and give them the opportunity to fix the problem.

The Winnipeg Civic Employees' Benefits Program is proud to introduce a Pension Estimator for its members and future beneficiaries.  Try it and see how small changes throughout your career can change things.


                             Click here to go to the Pension Estimator

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