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J. Walter Cahill and John T. Beckman Step Down from IATSE General Executive Board; C. Faye Harper and Colleen Glynn Unanimously Elected to the Board as Vice Presidents; Carlos Cota Unanimously Elected to the International Board of Trustees
Thursday, January 14, 2016
2nd International Vice President J. Walter Cahill and 7th International Vice President John T. “Jack” Beckman, Jr. announced their retirements Thursday afternoon at the IATSE General Executive Board Meeting in Hollywood, Florida. The General Executive Board unanimously elected IATSE International Trustee and Local 834 Business Agent C. Faye Harper as 12th International Vice President and Local 11 Business Agent Colleen Glynn as 13th International Vice President.
IATSE Endorses Hillary Clinton for President
Wednesday, January 13, 2016
The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) announced its endorsement of Hillary Clinton for president of the United States.
IATSE 849 Wins NS Labour Board Decision Against Egg Films
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
A November 19, 2015 decision of the Nova Scotia Labour Relations Board has determined that Egg Films acted unlawfully in its dealings with the IATSE, the union that represents Egg's commercial production employees.
Broadcast Workers at the Big Ten Network Ratify First Ever Union Contract with the IATSE
Monday, November 9, 2015
After Years Without Raises, Broadcast Technicians in Minnesota and Wisconsin Will Now Receive Guaranteed Annual Raises and Improved Working Conditions
Stephen Harper Ousted, Canada Elects Majority Liberal Government
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
TORONTO, ON – On October 19, history was made as Prime Minister Stephen Harper was ousted from office in a federal election that left no question that Canadians were ready for change. Justin Trudeau and the Liberal party swept to victory with a majority government.
Vote in the Federal Election!
Friday, October 16, 2015
Through legislation such as Bill C-525 and Bill C-377, the Conservative party has been very clear on their position: undermining workers who want representation and pretending that they are offering transparency to union members – who already have the ability to see their union’s books through provincial legislation.

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