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  • If you want to know more about GSU or about how you can join GSU, call us or learn more here.

Calendar highlights:

  • GSU Executive Committee meeting – Sept. 18
    GSU’s president, vice-presidents, and general secretary met in Regina on Friday. Additional information is available here
  • Bargaining spokesperson Dale Markling hasn’t heard back from the Company,  so it’s looking like Local 15 (Nutrien) bargaining won’t resume until Sept. 30, Oct. 1. Members will be updated on the result of the meetings.
  • Semi-annual GSU Joint Executive Council meeting – Oct. 8
    The union’s governing body will tend to union business during a socially-distanced meeting in Regina. On-line attendance will also be available.
  • Local 6 (Wild West Steelhead) bargaining will continue Oct. 20 in Lucky Lake, SK
  • Autumn 2020 membership meetings
    In addition to usual union business, we’ve also got some constitutional amendments for your consideration and we need you to vote on whether you want to continue paying dues into the GSU Defense Fund.
        The way we hold membership meetings will be different this autumn, and we’re busy figuring out exactly how to take care of business while keeping everyone safe during Covid.
        If you have thoughts or suggestions on what type of meeting would work well for you, contact your GSU staff rep.
  • Our Tuesday Members’ Memo is sent to members on Tuesdays. If you know a co-worker who doesn’t receive the TMM and would like to, have them call GSU toll-free at 1.866.522.6686 or send an email to gsu@gsu.ca

Questions? Contact a GSU staff rep at either our Regina or Saskatoon office.

tuesday members memo

Our Tuesday Members’ Memo (TMM) is sent by email to GSU members every Tuesday. 

Check out past editions of our TMM here

If you don’t receive our TMM by email, let us know and we will sign you up.

Our Tuesday Morning Memo is sent to GSU members on Tuesday mornings. You don’t need to be a member to receive our TMM. If you would like a copy sent directly to your email, let us know and we will add you to the mailing list.

What are the benefits of a union?

The Association of Flight Attendants explain what unions do for union members.


The labour movement is not just about decent jobs. It’s about a better life, for everyone.

Learn more at www.fairnessworks.ca


Get involved!  Learn more about upcoming labour education opportunities here.

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