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    NOTICE OF MEMBERSHIP MEETING  

    MEETING STARTS AT 6 P.M.

    Date: Wednesday, September 26, 2018

    Place:  Marconi Hall  

                  450 Albert Street West

    Agenda:  Report of Officers

                     Correspondence  

                     Report of Committees

                     Financial Report

                     Donations

                     New Business

                     Good and Welfare

                     CCAA / CBA Update

    Lisa Dale                                                                                           Murray McLean

    President                                                                                           Recording Secretary

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    Les votes par anticipation pour les élections générales provinciales 2018 du Québec commencent aujourd’hui, le vendredi 21 septembre 2018. La Section locale 1944 des Métallos encourage nos membres à exprimer leurs opinions sur les questions et décisions qui ont un impact sur leurs vies, en élisant la députée ou le député qui aura pour mandat de défendre au mieux leurs intérêts et de faire entendre leurs préoccupations.

    Où et quand puis-je voter?

    Au total, les électeurs du Québec auront 8 jours pour voter. Les votes par anticipation commencent aujourd’hui le vendredi 21 septembre 2018, et se poursuivront jusqu’au jeudi 27 septembre 2018. Le jour des élections est le lundi 1er octobre 2018, de 9h30 à 20 heures. 

    Le 1er octobre, chaque travailleur du Québec a droit à 4 heures consécutives pour aller voter, entre 9 h 30 et 20 heures, aux heures d’ouverture des bureaux de vote. Les employeurs ne peuvent imposer ni réduction de salaire, ni aucune autre sanction.

    Pour savoir où et comment voter : http://1944.fyi/mSmFJa.

    Pourquoi est-il important de voter pour élire les députés?

    Les députés (aussi appelés « membres de l’Assemblée ») représentent leur circonscription à l’Assemblée nationale. Parmi ses rôles importants, un député a le mandat d’étudier, d’analyser et de voter des projets de loi.

    Son rôle est de veiller à la protection des intérêts des citoyens. À l’affût des opinions et des préoccupations soulevées dans sa circonscription, un député est en mesure d’intervenir en faveur de sa communauté dans différents dossiers lors de débats à l’Assemblée nationale, entre autres.

    La Section locale 1944 des Métallos encourage tous nos membres au Québec à voter!

    Solidairement,

    La Section locale 1944 du Syndicat des Métallos

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    Advance voting for the 2018 provincial general election in Québec starts today, Friday, September 21, 2018. USW Local 1944 encourages our members to express their opinion on issues and decisions that have an impact on their lives, by electing the Member of the National Assembly (MNA) responsible for best defending their interests and voicing their concerns.

    When and Where do I vote?

    Electors in Québec will have a total of 8 days to vote. Advance voting starts today, Friday, September 21, 2018, and will continue until Thursday, September 27, 2018. Election day is Monday, October 1, 2018, from 9:30 am to 8:00 pm.

    On October 1, every worker in Québec is entitled to 4 consecutive hours to go and vote, between 9:30 am and 8:00 pm, when polling stations are open. Employers cannot apply any cut in pay or other penalties.

    Find out where and how to vote at: http://1944.fyi/aN5P5Q

    Why does voting for the MNAs matter?

    Members of the National Assembly (MNAs) represent each electoral division in the National Assembly. Among other important responsibilities, MNAs study, analyze and vote on bills.

    MNAs are expected to ensure that citizens’ interests are well protected. When attuned to the concerns and opinions of the people they represent, they are able to take action on their behalf on various issues during National Assembly debates.

    USW Local 1944 encourages all our members in Québec to get out and vote!

    In Solidarity,

    USW Local 1944

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    National negotiations continued from Monday morning until Wednesday evening, when the parties agreed to call for a break in ongoing talks.

    We addressed many issues including unresolved issues from local bargaining, pay raises, educational benefits, dental coverage improvements, retiree medical coverage, and a process to get the Partnership back on track.

    Bargaining will continue shortly as the parties work to reach a final settlement before the expiration of our National Agreement on September 30.

Thursday, September 20

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    This is for older workers!

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    This is the desc of our evenT!

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    n CorporateWorld, when trouble pops up and things get sticky, CEOs don’t wring their hands and try to dodge the issue. No-sir-ee, the chief gets paid the big bucks to step forward confidently and seize control… by ringing up the company’s PR consultants and having them try to dodge the issue.
     
    n CorporateWorld, when trouble pops up and things get sticky, CEOs don’t wring their hands and try to dodge the issue. No-sir-ee, the chief gets paid the big bucks to step forward confidently and seize control… by ringing up the company’s PR consultants and having them try to dodge the issue.
     
    Jeff Bezos, Amazon Inc.’s boss, is an expert at this. The uber-rich online marketing colossus has been hit with a long string of exposes about the corporation’s nasty practices. From profiteering as a flagrant tax dodger and predatory killer of independent, local businesses to running a massive network of publicly-subsidized warehouses with sweatshop labor, /Amazon’s carefully-crafted image as a “cool” company is… well, getting fried in negative headlines and online chatter./
     
    Jeff Bezos, Amazon Inc.’s boss, is an expert at this. The uber-rich online marketing colossus has been hit with a long string of exposes about the corporation’s nasty practices. From profiteering as a flagrant tax dodger and predatory killer of independent, local businesses to running a massive network of publicly-subsidized warehouses with sweatshop labor, /Amazon’s carefully-crafted image as a “cool” company is… well, getting fried in negative headlines and online chatter./
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    Thus, Bezos (known for thinking outside the cage), has hired a flock of tweety birds to counter the negativity. They are former warehouse workers who now tweet full-time about how a
     
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    n CorporateWorld, when trouble pops up and things get sticky, CEOs don’t wring their hands and try to dodge the issue. No-sir-ee, the chief gets paid the big bucks to step forward confidently and seize control… by ringing up the company’s PR consultants and having them try to dodge the issue.

    Jeff Bezos, Amazon Inc.’s boss, is an expert at this. The uber-rich online marketing colossus has been hit with a long string of exposes about the corporation’s nasty practices. From profiteering as a flagrant tax dodger and predatory killer of independent, local businesses to running a massive network of publicly-subsidized warehouses with sweatshop labor, Amazon’s carefully-crafted image as a “cool” company is… well, getting fried in negative headlines and online chatter.

    Florida AFL-CIO


    Thus, Bezos (known for thinking outside the cage), has hired a flock of tweety birds to counter the negativity. They are former warehouse workers who now tweet full-time about how a

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    This is our president Jane Doe!

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    *We are the United Steelworkers*, North America’s largest industrial union. We’re 1.2 million members and retirees strong in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. We proudly represent men and women who work in nearly every industry there is. Our members are leaders in your communities, in your workplaces, in our governments and more. 
     
    *We are the United Steelworkers*, North America’s largest industrial union. We’re 1.2 million members and retirees strong in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. We proudly represent men and women who work in nearly every industry there is. Our members are leaders in your communities, in your workplaces, in our governments and more. 
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    *We are the United Steelworkers*, North America’s largest industrial union. We’re 1.2 million members and retirees strong in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean. We proudly represent men and women who work in nearly every industry there is. Our members are leaders in your communities, in your workplaces, in our governments and more. 
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