|ATU Local 1505 Winnipeg|
Concerned with provincial budget cuts? ER closures and other health care cuts? Elementary school class size and education funding levels? University and college affordability?
Respect for Indigenous rights? Funding for community services? Arts and libraries funding? Your rights as a worker? Minimum wage freeze? Newcomer rights and supports? Accessibility Act implementation? And much more.
After Brother Fraser's death. A class from Luxton School, which is very close to North Garage. Made a book of condolences to show support for our Operator's.
A Winnipeg bus driver is being thanked by hundreds of people on social media after something he did on a route was noticed by a passenger and posted on Facebook. Read more >>>
An important message from our friends at the Winnipeg Labour Council. The EPC voted unanimously to continue to privatize City garbage collection services regardless of public opinion. On top of this, the rushed decision could potentially add millions to the contracts and the city would need to absorb the impact.
Pancake breakfast at Burton Cummings Community Centre. Read more >>>
We're glad to share this piece of Winnipeg Transit history.
Demonstration by Transit Riders for Operators
ATU thanks Jacqui and Rob for organizing, and reaching out to our Operators. As well as everyone that came to offer their support or just came by to ask questions!
President John Callahan has been offering tours of the Winnipeg Transit facility to all elected officials. So they can see exactly why Winnipeg's Transit system has been considered among the best in Canada. Several officials have taken John's offer. Read more >>>
ATU has supported the United Way over the years. Since the beginning of 2014. ATU 1505 has been getting more involved with the community. And it is good to see efforts are noticed!
CUPE Local 3085 and 2180 needed some help to be recognized. The challenges they face are very familiar, yet very specific (to adequately fund assisted community living). ATU Local 1505 was happy to assist them in their rally on July29th.
ATU 1505 participated along side fellow Unions on August 6th. In recognition of equality for all workers in the workforce.
On July 29, CUPE Local 3085 (Community Living Selkirk) took to the streets of Winnipeg, calling on the provincial government to adequately fund assisted community living, so workers can achieve a fair, living wage!
Bill C-533 and What it Means to Amalgamated Transit Unions
On Friday May 2nd, the members of the Amalgamated Transit Union had the opportunity to participate in a round table event with the Honourable Member of Parliament, Mr. Ralph Goodale.Read more >>>
Ride along with Kevin Lamoureux, Liberal MP of Winnipeg North.Read more >>>
Bus Driver Song
1980's Winnipeg Transit ad
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