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IATSE Legal Department Statement on The Confirmation Of Amy Coney Barrett To The Supreme Court Of The United States
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Animation Workers at Titmouse Vancouver Vote to Join IATSE! Historic Moment for Animators in Canada
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
On October 8, animation workers at Titmouse Vancouver made history by becoming the first animation studio in Canada to become unionized. With 87% of the workers participating in the vote, a resounding 98% voted to join The Animation Guild, IATSE Local 938.
President Trump ends negotiations, abandons workers in need of COVID-19 relief
Wednesday, October 7, 2020
Without a subsequent COVID-19 relief bill, entertainment workers and their families face economic desolation. We demand that the White House and Senate Republicans get back to the negotiating table and get something done for the American people.
Associated Designers of Canada Vote to Join IATSE!
Friday, October 2, 2020
In a multi-day, online vote culminating on October 1st, members of the Associated Designers of Canada (ADC) have voted 95% in favour of joining the IATSE. For decades, members of the two organizations have worked side by side in venues all across Canada. This vote serves to formalize the strong relationship the ADC and the IATSE have always enjoyed.
Employees of Pittsburgh Playhouse at Point Park University Vote to Unionize
Thursday, September 24, 2020
Workers at the Pittsburgh Playhouse at Point Park University unanimously voted for union representation on September 18th.
Directive from President Loeb Regarding Covid-19 Safety Protocols
Wednesday, September 23, 2020
As our temporarily slowed economy has begun to reopen, we must continue to recognize the severity of the COVID-19 crisis and the lethality of this contagion. In recognition of the newly emerging coronavirus cases linked to certain reopened businesses, facilities, and other institutions, we must strive for safety in our workplaces. There is no room for error. We know now that stringent practices can minimize the risks of outbreaks, which have forced repeated or continued closures in some regions and sectors. We know first-hand the economic devastation caused by COVID-19. The IATSE has never experienced a near total shutdown of all of our industries at one time. Therefore, we must do everything we can to avoid any further closures of our industries.

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