Let’s congratulate Myranda Bachewich and Jordan Strang! They have been elected to attend the DL140 Convention in Montreal this October 2023. Thank you to all our members who voted!
Your Winnipeg Finance Negotiations Committee will be heading to Montreal the week of June 5th to face off with the company fulfilling the required 2022 contract opener. These negotiations are for non-monetary changes and updates to the wording of the Winnipeg Finance Collective Bargaining Agreement set to fully expire in 2026.
Looking for members to join us in the following committees: Political Action Committee Women/ Human Rights Committee Communicator: As a communicator, you will be responsible for using the latest forms of information technology to communicate with our LL about their work and family lives. Educator: As an Educator, you will be responsible for assisting in …
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Statement by MFL President Kevin Rebeck in response to the Stefanson government’s announcement that Manitoba’s minimum wage will increase to $15.30 on October 1: Rising prices at the grocery store and in the cost of housing are making it harder for working families to make ends meet, and these high costs are hitting low-income workers …
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I am proud to say that our efforts were successful and that as of Dec.1, 2022, the Canada Labour Code was amended to provide 10 paid sick days for workers in the federal jurisdiction. There has been less success at the provincial level, particularly in provinces where Conservative governments brought in temporary measures, which are now expired.
The accrual of sick days starts in December, but actual sick days are not accrued until next year. 3 days will be accrued at the end of the first 30 days of legislation coming into effect, then additional days are accrued at a rate of 1 day per month, to a maximum of 10 days. It’s important to note that paid sick days are not in addition to what Collective Agreements provide, rather, if the Collective Agreement is inferior to the new law, employers must abide by the superior legislation. Sick days can’t be stacked with days available under a Collective Agreement; workers have access to either their Collective Agreement entitlements, if that agreement is superior to the law, or 10 days if the legislation is better than the agreement. The two cannot be combined. As a general rule, when determining if a Collective Agreement provides a better benefit than the new law, consider the entirety of sick day clauses in Collective Agreements.
Dave Flowers President & Directing General Chairperson
Further to Bulletin No. 015 dated April 2, 2022, District Lodge 140 is pleased to advise that the parties have agreed to hear the national grievance regarding Air Canada’s mandatory vaccine policy on July 19th, in front of Arbitrator Vince Ready.
Your Political Action Committee is holding a Holiday Donation Drive to help out Winnipeg’s less fortunate during the season. Totes will be located in the lunch room on the 5th floor and outside the door of the Union Office in the cafeteria. Please see below for more information. Please contact Garry Alejo of the Political …
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March 8th is International Women’s Day #ChooseToChallange A challenged world is an alert world. Individually, we’re all responsible for our own thoughts and actions – all day, every day. We can choose to challenge and call out gender bias and inequity. We can choose to seek out and celebrate women’s achievements. Collectively, we can all help …
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Anti Bullying Awareness Day is February 24th Show your support by Wearing your best PINK threads on: FEBRUARY 24,2021 It’s COOL to be KIND Supported by the Women’s and Human Rights Committee
During Black History Month, Canadians celebrate the many achievements and contributions of Black Canadians who, throughout history, have done so much to make Canada the culturally diverse, compassionate and prosperous nation it is today. In December 1995, the House of Commons officially recognized February as Black History Month in Canada following a motion introduced by …
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