Toronto Screeners

GVP Chartrand’s letter to Minister Alghabra on Canadian Airports and Mandatory Vaccination Policies

Dear Honourable Minister Alghabra, The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAMAW) represent twenty twothousand workers in air transportation and aerospace in Canada. We represent a majority of workersat Canadian airports. I am writing you today asking your help with a troubling issue about mandatory vaccination policies byCanadian Airports authorities, which are arm’s length from government. A number of Canadianairports are implementing vaccination policies, taking any possibility of consultation and negotiation onthis critical health and safety issue away from

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Screeners Lodge 2921 IAMAW Administrative Office

Dear Sisters and Brothers, With 2020 behind us, we hope 2021 is a better and more prosperous year, despite a difficult start to the year. The pandemic has changed every aspect of our lives, as uncertainty is now part of our everyday lives, placing pressure on us to find new ways to solve challenging situations. Your working lives at the airport have been changed in so many ways, mostly due to the pandemic, and its effect on the industry. Making

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TORONTO SCREENERS LODGE 2921 I.A.M.A.W Administrative Office

ATTN: ALL MEMBERS LOCAL Lodge 2921 RE: TRUSTEESHIP TRIAL Dear Brothers and Sisters, This is a correction to the previously issued bulletinThe timeframe for submission was incorrectly identified on this bulletin, the correct date for submissions and registration cut off will Be Oct 15 / 1200. Please let me know if you have any questions. In Solidarity, Tony DidoshakTrial Committee Chairperson 6500 Silver Dart Drive, P.O. Box 189 Toronto AMF, ON L5P 1B1 Tel: 905-673-0596 Fax: 905-673-2566 www.screeners.iamaw.ca

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Update on Transport Canada meetings.

Members of the IAM meet with Transport Canada weekly to discuss upcoming or ongoing initiatives and talk about issues affecting our members. “Since the beginning of the pandemic we have been able to address issues such as face masks for our screening officers, temperature checks, health and safety issues related to COVID -19 and discussions around interim orders,” said Keith Aiken, IAM Canadian Airline Coordinator. These meetings also provide insight into upcoming programs such as possible COVID-19 testing pre-/post-flight, travel

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The Checkpoint (Volume 1, Issue 10)

Harassment Issues Tackled: Survey of 2921 membership begins The IAMAW is launching a survey of harassment and bullying in the workplace on Sept.23, 2020. We are asking all interested members to fill out the brief survey. You may contact a steward, or Chief Steward for a copy of the survey, which will be submitted back to the Chief Steward at your terminal. Members of the Women and Human Rights Committee, Occupational Health and Safety Committee, and the Educator will have

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