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Teamsters Local 362 Collective Agreement


The new master`s contract includes a review of the budgetary level and salary structure for the first year of the agreement. The parties also agreed on a 1 per cent pay increase in the second year of the agreement and a two per cent increase in the third year. The agreement will remain in effect until March 31, 2023. “In these unprecedented times, it is more important than ever for producers and unions to work together toward a common goal,” said Warren Ross, General Counsel and CMPA`s Vice President of National Industrial Relations. “We are proud to have reached an agreement that recognizes the value that each Teamters member brings to the success of Alberta`s production industry.” TORONTO / CALGARY, June 23, 2020 – The Canadian Media Producers Association and Teamsters Local 362 today successfully announced the negotiation of a three-year contract. The new agreement, ratified by members of both parties, sets out the conditions, conditions and rates of the crew, including drivers, Wrangler and caterers, who are active in Film, Television and Digital Production in Alberta. “The COVID-19 pandemic has forced organizations to innovate in many ways, and negotiating this agreement has been virtually one of those innovations,” said Michael Dunphy, Business Agent for General Teamsters Local Union No. 362. “I couldn`t be more proud of my negotiating committee, nor of the rank and the record.

Their commitment and commitment to the process was unsealed.┬áDespite the interruption of negotiations due to the start of the COVID 19 pandemic, negotiations resumed online and an interim agreement was reached before 1 June, the date set by the parties. This was the first independent Negotiation of the Labor Party in the Canadian production industry to be nearly completed, with the participation of site negotiators across Canada. The agreement was fully ratified by CMPA and Teamsters members on June 12. Kyle O`ByrneManager, Media Relations – Communications, CMPAkyle.obyrne@cmpa.ca The Canadian Media Producers Association is the national representation of independent producers representing hundreds of companies involved in the development, production and distribution of English-language content for television, film and digital media channels. We work to promote the continued success of Canada`s productive sector and ensure a bright future for the diverse content of our members for the national and international audience. cmpa.ca Michael DunphyBusiness Agent, General Teamsters Local Union No. 362mdunphy@GTL362.ca Teamsters Local 362 is affiliated with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters. We have more than 100 collective agreements that provide safety and security to workers in a wide range of sectors. Being a member of Local 362 means that she and your family are capable of building a future because you are part of a team of about 7,000 members in the province of Alberta and the Northwest Territories.

We are proud to be an important part of the communities in which our members live, work and organize.


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