Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1505 - Winnipeg & Brandon, MB

Newly elected ATU Local 1505 President, Chris Scott, and Executive Vice President, Derek Hanley, met with Mayor Scott Gillingham, Councillor Janice Lukes, and Councillor John Orlikow on Monday, Ja

ATU believes that investment in Public Transit serves the needs of the growing population, spurs economic growth, and brings social and environmental returns.

We are happy to install our new Executive Board during the first meeting of 2023! Looking forward to a great year!

JANUARY 4, 2023 - ATU1505 stewards elects their first-ever female Chief Steward, Crystal Hanley.

Recent News

You Can Take a Pre-Retirement Planning Course?

When you start thinking about retirement, it can be pretty overwhelming. There is A LOT to consider!

There are resources to help you!

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About ATU Withdrawal Cards?

Subject to sections 21, 31, and 32 of the Amalgamated Transit Union Constitution and General Laws (2019):

Withdrawal cards are issued to:

  • Members in good standing who are leaving the occupation
    • Your withdrawal card is good for 12 months fro

WINNIPEG TRANSIT UNION SUPPORTS ATU CANADA’S CALL FOR A NATIONAL TRANSIT TASK FORCE AMIDST ESCALATING VIOLENCE

WINNIPEG, January 25, 2023 – Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Canada is calling for the immediate implementation of a National Transit Task Force to combat rising violence on transit workers and passengers – ATU Local 1505 is in full support of this initiative, especially after (3) three separate assaults on (3) three separate operators took place just last evening on route 14.

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