ATU Local 113 Hosts “Let’s Talk” Town Halls (Corrected)

Over the next three weeks, the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 113 will hold a series of public meetings to discuss the improvement of customer service on the TTC.

Sunday April 11, 2010

1:00 to 3:00 pm
Downsview Secondary School
7 Hawksdale Road (northeast of Keele & Wilson)
Moderator:  John Tory
There will be free shuttle buses from Wilson Station between 11:30 and 12:30, and they will provide return trips after the meeting.

Sunday, April 18, 2010 (Corrected)

1:00 to 3:00 pm
Stephen Leacock Collegiate
2450 Birchmount Road (north of Sheppard)
Moderator:  Diane O’Reggio
There will be free shuttle buses from Warden Station between 11:30 and 12:30, and they will provide return trips after the meeting.

Sunday, May 2, 2010

1:00 to 3:00 pm
Ryerson University Library
350 Victoria Street (at Gould, one block north of Dundas)
Moderator: TBA

For more information, please see the ATU page for these events and various Facebook pages that have been created under the general name “Let’s Talk”.

5 thoughts on “ATU Local 113 Hosts “Let’s Talk” Town Halls (Corrected)

  1. SAVE TRANSIT CITY buttons will be available tomorrow according to Adam Giambrone.

    The one on the 25th. is right beside where I used to live, HAHA, after that we could of gone back to my place for beer and bbq.

    Anyone that has read my opinion on this site and others know I don’t trust nor like Kinnear, remember how he complained that the public and media were generalizing all ttc workers? Didn’t he do the same for TTC riders and media?

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  2. Are you going to any of these Steve?

    Steve: No, I am already busy on all three occasions, but will record and watch them from Rogers Cable 10. (The May 1 is a delayed broadcast. Info on the ATU website.)

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  3. A small correction: the upcoming meeting in Scarborough is on April 18, not April 25.

    Steve: Thanks for catching this. I have corrected the post.

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  4. let us be clear, the ATU is first and foremost a trade union, charged under the labour laws of the province with representing its members. that is there objective. the manner in which they achieve that goal will vary and presently its leaders have adopted a strategy of engagement as opposed to opposition.

    I pose these questions: granted the leadership is prepared to engage in dialogue with the public but where is the rank and file on this issue? Are individual members prepared to accept the responsibilty which comes with truly ‘serving the public’ and not just accepting the weekly pay cheque after putting in the time?

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