Local 101 thanks our fellow brothers and sisters that are first responders and a speedy recovery to those injured in this tragedy. The community has joined together to help those affected, we are all family and in a crisis we all pull together to help support those in need. Thanks London.
DATE: Sunday, July 28th, 2019 from 12:30 PM
LOCATION: Queens Avenue
For More Information: please contact PRIDE Chair Mandy McMinn 519 661-4520 Ext 4895
Formation for this year’s parade will take place around the Western Fair District Raceway. All participants are asked to meet at the corner of King Street & Ontario Street, where you will be given additional information about where to assemble your float/group. All personal vehicles will be asked to park at the Western Fair District Market at the corner of Dundas Street & Ontario Street. The parade will begin promptly at 12:30pm, travelling north on Ontario Street to Queens Avenue; West on Queens Avenue to Wellington Street; North on Wellington Street to Wolfe Street; The parade will disperse at Victoria Park.
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Katelyn Rieger, daughter of Steve Rieger from London Fire, was awarded the 2019 recipient of the Tim Hickman Memorial Health and Safety Scholarship.
This annual $3,000 scholarship for students in an occupational or public health and safety related program was established in 2006 by the City of London and CUPE Locals 101 and 107 as a tribute to employee Tim Hickman who died in service to the community at age 21.
Having recently completed her second year of nursing studies at University of Windsor, Katelyn has already shown initiative and passion to help limit hazards and reduce safety risks for both patients and staff.
The Tim Hickman Memorial Scholarship represents the importance of raising awareness of occupational health and safety. Katelyn’s commitment to health and safety, in her career path, and in educating others, demonstrates how one person can make a difference.
Injured Workers Day’ Info Picket On Saturday, June 1st 2019 From 11am Till 1pm At The Northwest Corner Of Victoria Park In London, Ontario To Publicly EXPOSE The Workplace Safety & Insurance Board(WSIB) For Ignoring Doctors, Interfering In Medical Care & Unfairly Denying Injured Workers Claims For Compensation While Also Spreading Public Awareness About The Ontario-Wide Workers Comp is a Right Campaign.
Link to Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/598055883938479/
Kevin Jones(Occupy WSIB)