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  • Canadian Association of Labour Media
    March 2015 the educator 2015 march pdf Bargaining Communications Eight tips for an effective message Tapping Into Our Talent Union Members As Spokespeople How do we effectively get our union stories out into the public sphere using members Labour News Roundup November in review Thousands march against austerity in Quebec green sector surpass tar sands jobs Harper attacks farmers Job posting Assistant Editor CALM is hiring a part time editor for 2015 Click here to view the job posting more Recent News Publications Briarpatch infographic 2 charting a labour movement in crisis Briarpatch infographic 1 charting a labour movement in crisis CEO pay is too high infographic The economy is not recovering despite Harper s promises Centre for Media Justice Locked Out in Saskatchewan ACCESS Alliance infographic called Bad Jobs are making us sick Unifor just created a great infographic on precarious work and youth Labour News Roundup August 2014 Workshops at our Toronto Conference Access AFL CIO s media training series CALM 2014 conference program book Unpaid internship infographic print version Infographic shows that unpaid internships have reached crisis levels London ON Town Hall Preserving quality public education at Ontario Colleges more Media Training Conference CALM Newletter Tutorials Presentations

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  • About / Contact | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    changed in February 2015 Canadian Association of Labour Media 196 Rene Levesque O Quebec QC G1R2A5 email editor calm ca About Contact What we do Who we are Links Media Training Conference CALM Newletter Tutorials Presentations given at the CALM Media Training Conference in Toronto Workshops included help I need to design my website being a spokesperson and how to get the media to cover your issue Facebook User login

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  • Recent Articles | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    will report to CALM s editor and assist in executing the vision of the CALM executive Four tips on using social media during bargaining and strikes This blog post is one of a series CALM is posting that shares best practice communications during bargaining and strikes Labour News Round up October in review 2014 Quebec student labour protest movement against austerity grows Don t want to get sued Here are 10 things all labour activists should know about defamation By David Climenhaga Labour News Roundup September 2014 Canadians increasingly holding progressive values and views Minimum wage jobs pay a penny more than they did in 1975 A minimum wage job pays roughly the same now as it did in 1975 according to a study by Statistics Canada Labour News Roundup Summer in Review BC Teachers strike continues through end of the school year Download our new guide on how to edit a newsletter CALM has just released a new and revised editor s guidebook for union communicators CALM 2014 Awards CALM 2014 Conference Schedule The CALM conference will take place in two buildings SSMU Building 3480 McTavish Street McGill Downtown Campus Labour News Round up April 7 April 21 Actions

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  • Photos and Graphics | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    globalization good jobs Gordon Campbell government government cutbacks grievances Halifax Shipyard halloween Hamilton Street Rail happy new year harassment Harper health health and safety health care history holidays home homelessness hope houses Huck idea ideas and confusion Idle No More images immigration inequality infographic infographics International Women s Day international womens day Iraq Irving IWD Jean Chretien John Flett journalism labour labour day labour law labour minute labour movement labour news roundup layoffs literacy Marches Martin Luther King maze media medicare member orientation minimum wage miscellaneous mop and bucket NAFTA National Labor Relations Act Nestlé new workers new year Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Public Employees newsletter no vote nurses office equipment oil Ontario Federation of Labour OPSEU organizing outsourcing Pakistan Paul Martin peace pensions people picket line picketing political parties politicians politics pollution poverty precarious work privatization promises protests province wide provinces public services Quebec racism Rallies red tape reputation Resources retirement rich and poor right to work right wing think tank romance Romonow Report same sex marriage SARS screw driver seasonal security Sheila Copps sick workers signs and banners soap social safety net softwood lumber dispute solidarity spin sports st patricks day Stephane Dion Stephen Harper stress strike strong unions student loans summer sweatshops taxes teachers technology Temporary Foreign Worker Program terrorism terrorism war tools toys trade training wage transportation U S unemployment Unifor union union advantage union affairs union busting union steward union made unions United States United Steelworkers united way University of Windsor vacation valentines day vet clinics violence wages Wagner Act Wal Mart walker Walmart war west nile virus wheelchair winter women Women s Rights work workers world bank world day for decent work yes vote youth April 2015 2015 CALM awards CALM conference vertical March 2015 Huck Konopacki Cartoons April 2015 Huck Konopacki Cartoons

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  • Resources | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    Paul Degenstein offers tips to revive labour s image 0 comments Access AFL CIO s media training series training tutorials 0 comments Headline Writing workshop Presentation from David Climenhaga at the 2013 CALM Conference 0 comments Staff Communicators Day presentation Presentation from Tracey Mitchell from CALM s 2013 Staff Communicators Day 0 comments Dues and Don ts Presentation from Jeff Atkinson from the CLC 0 comments Website statistics Presentation from Chris Lawson at CALM 2013 Conference 0 comments Social media 101 Presentation from Lou Arab at 2013 CALM conference 0 comments Issues in union web design Presentation from Chris Lawson at CALM 2013 Conference 0 comments Promoting Your Union Strategies for organizing success with Jason Mann 0 comments Effective online petitioning 0 comments Serving mobile union members Chris Lawson 0 comments Website Analytics CUPE s Ian Clysdale gives you a primer in website analytics 0 comments Intro to Social Media CUPE s Ian Clysdale takes you through the various new media 0 comments Online Top 5 youtube videos for TWITTER 0 comments Organizing New Media Bootcamp Jason Mann covers all the basics of social media 0 comments Media Training Conference CALM Newletter Tutorials Presentations given at the CALM Media Training

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  • Join CALM | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    Media Training Conference in Toronto Workshops included help I need to design my website being a spokesperson and how to get the media to cover your issue Facebook User login Username Password Request new password CALM on Twitter Tweets by CanLabourMedia Most Liked Study reveals secret Canadian bank bailout 2 Infographic CEO pay is too high 1 Presentations given at the CALM Media Training Conference in Toronto 1 Labour News

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  • Regstration OPEN for the 2015 CALM conference | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    one day intensive session for a smaller group of people Registration for the Staff Communicators Day can be done by email Please email nadine at calm dot ca with the delegates name and union local The cost of the Staff Communicators Days is 200 Media Training Conference CALM Newletter Tutorials Presentations given at the CALM Media Training Conference in Toronto Workshops included help I need to design my website being

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  • Awards | Canadian Association of Labour Media
    community activist and member of Unifor s Canadian Freelance Union in Nova Scotia In 2012 she became the first woman to be elected as President of the Cape Breton District Labour Council representing more than 8000 unionized workers in the Cape Breton Regional Municipality Suzanne currently serves on the executive of the Halifax Dartmouth and District Labour Council as Vice President of Human Rights and Anti Racism and as General Vice President Representing Young Workers at the Nova Scotia Federation of Labour Suzanne was the Editor in Cheif of the Caper Times Her most recent day job is as coordinator of the Nova Scotia Federation of Labour s worker centered literacy project Suzanne regularly facilitates union education courses and workshops teaching essential activist skills to upcoming rank file activists in the labour movement Drawing on her background in the Canadian student press Suzanne regularly assists Labour Council delegates and other local level union activists with their communication social media strategy and media training 2014 CALM Awards Check out the winners here 2013 CALM Awards Check out the winners here 2012 CALM Awards Read about the winners here Eponymous Awards CALM has named some awards after communicators who have made significant contributions to the labour movement The Ed Finn Award for the best feature story Ed Finn has ink in his blood For more than 32 years Ed has written articles and produced publications that championed labour s views Although Ed had initially worked in the mainstream media he joined the Canadian Labour Congress in 1959 Four years later Ed dedicated himself to editing the CBRT newspaper Canadian Transport for the next 18 years At the same time he wrote the only regular national column devoted to unionism for The Toronto Star In 1981 Ed joined CUPE as the editor of The Facts until his retirement in 1991 Throughout his life Ed worked tirelessly with the NDP He was the first provincial leader of the Newfoundland NDP and ran both provincially and federally as an NDP candidate Ed currently edits the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives publication The CCPA Monitor The Katie FitzRandolph Prize for the best overall publication locals up to 500 Following a career in daily newspapers across Canada Katie FitzRandolph became a communications officer with Ontario Public Service and Employees Union During her 25 years with OPSEU and 24 years on the CALM executive Katie devoted much of her time to teaching new editors how to put out good newsletters Today she lives in Fredericton where she is learning how to make web pages and working to turn an 1884 elementary school into a vibrant arts and learning centre Although semi retired Katie continues to teach at CALM conferences The Morden Lazarus Prize for the best editorial column or opinion piece that thoughtfully argues labour s position on an issue Morden Lazarus was a union news innovator In the 1930s Morden helped to found the first Co operative Commonwealth Federation newspaper the New Commonwealth Shortly thereafter in January

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