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Annual ATU Picnic at Fun Mountain!

Bill 7 will make it even harder for everyday Manitobans to join a union

On March 11th, John Callahan gave Premier Greg Selinger a tour around the Fort Rouge Transit base

Visible results from contract negotiations.  Soon to be advertised on Winnipeg Transit fleet interior signage - March

Winnipeg Transit drivers face escalating violence


60 assaults on bus drivers were reported in 2015, says ATU Local 1505 president John Callahan

New legal resource partnership created

 

Terms of Reference for Transit Workplace Health and Safety Committees

 

"Workers and employers share an equal concern in preventing accidents and ill health arising out of conditions in the workplace. The intent of the joint Health & Safety Committees is to enhance the ability of workers and employers to resolve health and safety concerns reasonably and cooperatively."
 

Collective Agreement January 18th, 2015 - Januray 12th, 2019

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

Blue Cross has introduced the ability for members to check their benefit information online.  This is to help plan members keep track of their plan benefit amounts and understand their plan better. Read more >>>

Winnipeg Transit has been recognized by the Ontario Municipal Benchmarking Initiative as the top transit agency in the country.

 

"The report singled out transit’s low operating cost per vehicle hour, which is 26 percent lower than the municipal average. Its operating revenue/cost ratio was also 30 percent higher than the average municipality."

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"Since 1970, Winnipeg’s area has expanded by 80 per cent. Over the past 25 years, its population has grown by over 105,000 – a 15.4 per cent increase. More people need to travel greater distances: how has Winnipeg Transit responded to these demands? Unfortunately, not very well. The bus fleet has seen a net increase of 10 vehicles over 25 years. That’s right: 10 buses – a 2 per cent change, to accommodate a much larger city." Read more >>>

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