The expiration of our collective agreement with Thomson Reuters is fast approaching, and it’s time for us to negotiate a new deal with the company. This is some of the most important work we do as a union. We are … Read more »
Our bargaining committee would like to announce that CMG members at Thomson Reuters voted overwhelmingly (100%) in favour of the agreement between the union and the company that was signed April 27, 2018. The major gains of the agreement include … Read more »
We will hold a ratification vote on the tentative agreement between our union and Thomson Reuters on Wednesday, May 16, 9 a.m. ET, through to Thursday, May 17 at 5 p.m. ET. A link to the Canadian Media Guild (CMG) … Read more »
With the expiration of our collective agreement on March 31, 2018, our union is getting ready to return to the bargaining table, and we need to set our priorities, together, for the upcoming round of negotiations between the Canadian Media … Read more »
As of the close of the nomination period yesterday, Thursday, March 1 at 5 p.m., ET we had received one nomination for the role of CMG Vice-President of the Thomson Reuters Branch of the Canadian Media Guild (CMG). Therefore, Julie … Read more »
As of the close of the nomination period on Friday, February 16 at 5 p.m., ET we had received no nominations for the roles of: – Vice-President – Secretary-Treasurer of the Thomson Reuters Branch of the Canadian Media Guild (CMG). … Read more »
Nominations are now open for the vacant positions of Vice-President and Secretary-Treasurer on the executive committee of the Thomson Reuters Branch of the Canadian Media Guild (CMG). The mandate for these roles ends with the current term on December 31, … Read more »
The Guild represents reporters, photographers and technicians, as well as accounting, client support and secretarial staff, at Thomson Reuters. They work in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancouver and Calgary. The Guild has represented Thomson Reuters’ employees in Canada since 1976.