ATU Canada

ATU Canada reveals new logo!

ATU Canada is proud to announce that a brand new logo has been chosen for the newly-formed Canadian organization. It is important to the ATU Canada Executive that the membership, coast to coast, is proud of the logo that represents and unifies them.

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Randy McNally, member of ATU Local 107 Hamilton Transit, is the winner by 34 per cent of votes!

On January 27th, Paul Thorp and ATU 107 President Eric Tuck presented McNally with the grand prize – an iPad Mini!

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ATU Canada appreciates all the submissions received from members across the country. Thank you for your participation!

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Bell Let’s Talk is a multi-year charitable program dedicated to mental health.

Bell has committed over $100 million to support a wide range of mental health organizations, large and small, from coast to coast to coast.

One of the biggest hurdles for anyone suffering from mental illness is overcoming the stigma. It is the number one reason why two-thirds of those living with a mental illness do not seek help.

The annual Bell Let’s Talk awareness campaign and Day opens the national conversation about mental illness to fight the stigma and the dramatic impact of mental health issues all across the country, and none other than Clara Hughes, six-time Olympic medalist, has stepped forward to lead this campaign.

Here’s how you can get involved.

Today, Bell will donate 5¢ more to mental health initiatives for every:
• Text message sent
• Mobile & long distance call made
• Tweet using #BellLetsTalk
• Share of the Facebook image

For more use information, visit the official website here.


President Paul Thorp, Introduction Message