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TIFF Assistant Booth Managers Vote for IATSE Local 58 Representation
Thursday, February 15, 2018
On February 13, the Assistant Booth Managers at the TIFF Bell Lightbox voted for representation by IATSE Local 58. The group had approached Local 58 six months ago and after a number of discussions, the Local filed for certification with the Ontario Labour Relations Board on February 6. The local already represents projectionists at the venue.
William Gearns Retires from IATSE General Executive Board; Joanne M. Sanders Unanimously Elected To The Board As 13th International Vice President
Thursday, February 1, 2018
LOS ANGELES, CA — Ninth International Vice President William Gearns announced that he would step down from the General Executive Board and retire from his position as Director of the Trade Show and Display Work Department on February 1, 2018, at the IATSE General Executive Board Meeting in Los Angeles.
Matthew Cain Appointed IATSE Director of Communications
Wednesday, January 31, 2018
Matthew Cain has been named as the Director of the Department of Communications for the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE). He fills the role left open by the departure of former Director of Communications Emily Tao earlier this month.
Front-Of-House Workers Vote Overwhelmingly for IATSE Local B-173 Representation at 3 City of Toronto Owned Theatres
Tuesday, November 21, 2017
The City of Toronto, operating as the Civic Theatres Board, is now the owner and operator of The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, The St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts, and The Toronto Centre for the Arts.
IATSE Local 828 Building Props and Solidarity at Canadian Opera Company
Friday, November 3, 2017
The IATSE welcomes the new members brought in through this organizing campaign, and continues to support the organizing efforts of our locals.
IATSE Statement Against Sexual Harassment in the Entertainment Industry
Friday, October 20, 2017
As a labor union, we were founded upon equality, respect, and fairness for all people. We recognize that sexual harassment in the entertainment industry is not a one-time issue to address. IATSE leaders and members are continuing to actively work together and with the larger entertainment industry to advocate for safer work environments for everyone.

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