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To: All Members
We want to hear from you!
Given the diversity of our membership and that our members work in many sectors and industries, the IAM is launching an initiative to better understand issues our members face in their workplaces. We’ve developed brief surveys specific to sectors where our members work, and are inviting members to take this opportunity and share their perspectives with us.
Information from the survey will help us understand your viewpoints on key issues, and help us prepare strategies to represent and fight for our members.
Please join in the efforts in fighting for a better future for you and your co-workers by completing the survey for the sector you work in.
Please select the survey specific to the sector you work in.
Skilled Trades Group
Your participation is greatly appreciated.
Each month there will be a monthly membership meeting for any member who wishes to attend. Starting in March the meetings wlll be held on the third Thursday of the month. These meetings are not mandatory but are open to all members to attend if you wish. The meetings start at 7:00 p.m. and generally last about one hour or so.
The next meeting is scheduled for:
Monthly Members Meeting
June 16th (7:00 p.m.) 2022
557 Dixon Road, Unit 102
Etobicoke, M9W 6K1
Over the last few days, a debate over mandatory vaccinations erupted following the federal
government’s announcement regarding mandatory vaccinations. The government’s lack of
direction and clarity has caused uncertainty and confusion, particularly, when it comes to
workplace implications. This is shameful, and the IAMAW sharply condemns the politicization of this issue. more
The Canadian Institute of Health Information (CIHI) recently released a comparative study of long-term care across 16 OECD countries, (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development), with clear findings that Canada’s long-term care system fared worse than most. This study is yet another indicator of the magnitude of the crisis in long term care. Read more …
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