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Three Scholarships of $1,800 Each Will Be Awarded
The competition is open to any member of 191 or their children enrolled full-time in an accredited post-secondary institituion, who submit an essay judged to be the best by the scholarship committee. The deadline for submissions is 5 pm Monday, Nov. 7.
This year's question: Explain why unions still need to lobby government to improve workers’ rights
Application forms will also be available soon from the Local office and your CC or shop steward.
Jacek (pictured at right with Angie Munch, LSSD director of human resoruces) is a student at the Lord Selkirk Regional Comprehensive Secondary School in Selkirk. The scholarship is a $200 award.
The annual award was started in 1978 by the former LSSD school bus drivers association (now members of Local 191) and is given to a bus student involved in the arts or extra curricular activities, graduating with a high average and planning to continue with post-secondary education.
Join Unifor Local 191 and other labour and community groups and individual Manitobans who are showing their support for the LGBTTQ* community in Steinbach.
Marchers will be gathering at 10:30 a.m. at, E.A. Friesen Park, adjacent to the Jake Epp Library; 255 Elmdale Street.
It will be a short walk to the Steinbach city hall.