October 12, 2018 - We have completed interviews for a Benefits Representative. We have hired Rob Hybsky, who has extensive knowledge of WSIB and has helped Local 12R24 with dozens of appeals over the last seven or so years.

Read more: President’s announcement – Benefits Representative

Dear Sisters and Brothers:

I am extremely proud and honoured to be writing my first President’s message. First off, I would sincerely like to thank everyone who supported me in this election. I am truly looking forward to the bright future of this great local union, and I am very excited about our plans to help the membership going forward. I would also like to congratulate those who were elected in other positions of the union and thank outgoing officers for their past contributions.

Read more: A message from President Nock

Sisters & Brothers:

Thank you for your tremendous fundraising efforts over the last twelve months for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada (LLSC). Across Ontario, your fantastic efforts through the Returns for Leukemia Bottle Drive and other fundraising functions raised a phenomenal $1,785,712.24!

Read more: Returns for Leukemia 2019 Results
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