Irvine Fraser Memorial Fund

Early in the morning of Februray 14th, a despicable attack took place on Winnipeg Transit driver Irvine Fraser at the University of Manitoba. A GoFundMe has been created as an opportunity for students and staff at UManitoba as well as members of the Winnipeg community to donate towards funeral expenses and supporting his loved ones during this terrible time.

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Hamilton bus driver praised for quick-thinking after helping man who slipped on ice

An HSR driver was praised for his quick thinking when he pulled over his bus and helped a man who slipped on the ice. Both the executive board and the membership would like to express how proud they are of Brother Joey Babony for going above and beyond the call of duty.

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Cheque presentation from ATU Ontario

Eric Tuck and Paul Doucette present a donation cheque on behalf of ATU Ontario to NDP Niagara by-election candidate Mike Thomas. They were joined by Provincial MPP Monique Taylor and Federal MP Scott Duvall both for Hamilton Mountain.

All three wanted to pass on their Season’s Greetings to the Members of ATU.

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Environment Hamilton

The HSR is broken and it’s time to fix it. We’re calling on Hamilton City Council to take our city’s transit needs seriously by committing to substantially increase funding for the HSR.

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Hamilton ON – 110th Anniversary of 1906 HSR Strike a Huge Success for Hamilton Transit

Amalgamated Transit Union Local 107 commemorated the 110th Anniversary of the HSR Transit Strike last night, on November 24, 2016, and encouraged Hamilton citizens to join them in a battle against the privatization of Ontario’s hydro and transit.

Hundreds of concerned citizens, and several other ATU and CUPE Locals gathered for the rally, which was held in front of Hamilton City Hall.

Guest Speakers, including Ontario NDP Leader, Andrea Horwath, Bob Kinnear, President of ATU 113 (TTC), Fred Hahn, President of CUPE Ontario, and many others took to the stage in support of keeping Hydro One public. Keeping hydro public will continue to mean both affordable and reliable transit fares.

“Anyone who learns that a vote by Hamilton City Council could ultimately give up local control to bureaucrats at Metrolinx who have contracted out other transit lines becomes upset. LRT or BRT – it must be kept under local control through HSR and answerable to local transit riders through local elections,” says Eric Tuck, President of ATU 107.

The latest version of ATU 107’s commemorative 1906 HSR Strike video is now available. This video provides additional historic information about the working conditions, wage scales and collective agreement details.


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