Do you want to help shape the policies and overall direction of your union?
At the Canadian Media Guild’s biennial convention, happening May 28-30 in Toronto, one of the most important parts of the program is the discussion of resolutions and amendments to the Guild’s bylaws. These discussions help determine the union’s present and future priorities. You can propose a resolution or a bylaw amendment whether or not you are planning to attend the convention.
If you’ve never really done this kind of thing before, or you don’t really know the difference between a resolution and a bylaw amendment… well, we’ve thought of that. We’ve developed an online form to help you organize your thoughts into the form of a motion. You can read more about the process and deadlines, and access the form, by clicking here.