They’re at it again. With your money. See the email below from union organizer Jason Reihl.
This Saturday, October 1st, the SOS Crowns campaign will be doing a pamphlet drop in Moose Jaw (i.e. delivering pamphlets to people's homes), and it would be of tremendous assistance if anyone is able to volunteer a bit of their time to assist. If you are able to make it on Saturday to lend a hand, we will be meeting at the Moose Jaw Union Centre (1402 Caribou Street West) at 10 am. Alternatively, if not available that day a person could commit to covering a certain area, and deliver the pamphlets at their own convenience over the next few weeks; any amount of help would be greatly appreciated, even if it is just delivering to the block that you live on.
If interested and available, or if you have any questions, please email Local 3's member on the SOS Crowns steering committee Bill Lawson (email@example.com) so we know how many people to expect on Saturday, or to arrange for a time to pick up pamphlets to deliver after October 1st. With the truly alarming (and seemingly ever-increasing) amount of contracting out of what has traditionally been our work taking place as of late, the information that this campaign is attempting to get out to the people of Saskatchewan could have a real impact on you personally, and though giving up some of your weekend is never fun, I hope you'll really consider lending a hand.
If I inadvertently sent this to any out-of-scope employees, you are also more than welcome to help out as well.
Thanks in advance,
Jason Reihl, BAdmin, CCSc
President, Local 3
Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada