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Apply Now for a 2020 IAM Scholarship

Apply Now for a 2020 IAM Scholarship

The 2020 IAM Scholarship Competition is accepting applications. The competition is open to members of the IAM and their children throughout the United States and Canada. The deadline for applications is February 21, 2020. 

Apply for a 2020 IAM Scholarship.

In 2019, the IAM awarded 16 scholarships valued at $64,000.

The IAM now has a vocational-technical two-year scholarship available to both members and their children.

The IAM Scholarship Fund, which is used exclusively to make these awards possible, was established by the delegates of the 1960 IAM Grand Lodge Convention.

If you would like to receive a scholarship packet by mail, or have any questions regarding the program, please call our Scholarship Department at 301-967-4708.

 

District 140 Convention 2019

New Delegates at the DL140 Convention

Transportation District 140 Convention 2019 was held in Victoria, BC located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. Victoria is also the capital of British Columbia and it’s also known as the “The Garden City”. The convention was hosted at The Hotel Grand Pacific.

Your Pension, Your Future

How to Get a Pension Estimate

     Want to get your registered service records and statements, and estimate your pension benefit? It’s simple: Just visit Iammepp.ca and create your own secure, personal account. Here’s how:

  • Choose “Web Services” on the homepage
  • Choose the Secure Login icon on the right and follow the instructions.

If you get an error message saying your identifying information isn’t recognized, please contact the Fund Office to confirm you’re using the correct member ID and email address.

IAM Screeners lobby

Tuesday May 28, 2019

Ottawa, ON – Airport Security Screeners from British Columbia and Toronto gathered in Ottawa to lobby for changes to the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) legislation. Across Canada, Screening Officers are subject to an unfair Dispute Resolution Process that is arbitrary and infringes on the most basic of principles in labour relations – the right to appeal and the right of unionized workers to union representation.

“If all Canadians have the right to a fair and timely Dispute Resolution Process, I fail to see why Canadian Screening Officers should be any different,” said Fred Hospes, President and Directing General Chair of IAM Transportation District 140 said.

The many testimonials the IAM has heard from Screening Officers obliged us to move quickly to make sure our voices are heard by Members of Parliament before the next election. “We know our voice must be heard in order that Screening Offices get the fair and timely dispute resolution process they need and deserve,” explained IAM Canadian General Vice President Stan Pickthall. “It’s what most Canadians have, it’s time Screeners did too.”

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