Category: IAM Canada News

IAM Canada News

Another Endorsement for IAM’s Aerospace Strategy!

Our recommendations and call for a national aerospace strategy received a second endorsement – this time from the Canadian Council for Aviation and Aerospace (CCAA). This is a testament to continuous efforts, and strategic coordination to push for a vision of a solution to challenges the aerospace industry is tackling

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IAM Canada News

Standing with human rights defenders in the Philippines – #StopTheAttacks

This Human Rights Day, the international trade union movement is calling attention to the alarming attacks on human and labour rights defenders in the Philippines. The government’s targeting of trade unionists has been ramped up recently with fresh waves of arrests and violence. The international trade union movement is united

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IAM Canada News

CCAA + IAM Joint Endorsement Letter

December 9, 2019 To whom it may concern. The Canadian Council for Aviation and Aerospace (CCAA) Labour Market study in 2018 determined that our industry needs 55,000 new workers by 2025. The lack of skilled workers will have a profound impact on our industry, and the Canadian economy. That is

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IAM Canada News

IAMAW’s Call for a National Aerospace Strategy is Taking Flight

By Ivana SaulaIAM Canadian Research Director Canada’s aerospace industry is certainly becoming a topic of discussion among political leaders of all stripes.  The debate around CF-18 replacement has put the aerospace industry once again at the center of these discussions. The IAM’s lobbying efforts, countless meetings and collaborations with leading

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IAM Canada News

Women Machinists at Magellan

Longtime employees say Michelle Park is the first woman machinist to work at this Magellan aerospace shop in about 70 years. She and two other women machinists from Canada’s Local 717T share their passion for the field they love. ———————- This article was originally posted on the IAM Canada website.

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IAM Canada News

Review of the 32nd FTQ convention

After four days of work, the 943 delegates were able to debate and deal with some 95 resolutions, participated in conferences, worked in committees, took stock of the main issues supported by the FTQ and adopted two policy statements. (occupational health and safety and public and universal drug insurance). Issues

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