ATU Local 1505

WINNIPEG, August 4, 2022 – While ATU members rallied at City Hall for a safer Transit System Transit workers were literally being assaulted while on duty.

It was a great turn-out at our Rally for Transit Safety!  Transit workers, union activists, politicians, Transit advocates, Transit users, and the public all came to support the call. 

WINNIPEG - On July 24, 2022 a passenger attempted to stab a Winnipeg Transit driver with a knife by reaching around the driver's shield.  ATU Local 1505 demands for extended shields to be installed

Recent News

WINNIPEG, February 4, 2022 - The planned rally at the Legislature by the "Freedom Convoy" scheduled to start at 9:00 am today may result in service disruptions around the area. Please make sure you check for bulletins or call Control Centre if you are starting around the area.

We respect everyone's right to free speech and peaceful protests, but news of harassment of other workers is concerning. Please stay safe.

The link below points to the video that shows how to access the COVID-19 Online Course. You must be logged in to IntraOp to access the CityNet resources. 

The Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1505 supports municipal candidates that are labour friendly and listen to the voices of workers.   

WINNIPEG -  ATU Local 1505 writes to Manitoba Premier, Heather Stefanson addressing the persistent deficit in operational and infrastructure funding after announcement of $539 funding.

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