Centralized Waste Collection Schedule
Queen’s has released a Custodial Care Program Overview and Custodial Care Program Do’s and Don’ts to inform staff about custodial duties and the frequency that those duties will be completed based on the type of space according to the new centralized waste program.
Please familiarize yourself with these documents.
Winner of a United Steelworkers Postsecondary Scholarship
Kate DuQuesnay, is the daughter of USW 2010 member Catherine, who works at the School of Medicine. Kate graduated this year from Regiopolis Notre Dame Catholic High School where she was Band President. She plays the alto, baritone and tenor saxophone as well as the bass clarinet. Kate received an entrance scholarship to the Chemistry program at the University of Guelph and is eventually hoping to work in toxicology or food safety. She is continuing her involvement in music as a member of the University of Guelph Concert Wind Ensemble and the Jazz Ensemble. The topic for Kate’s USW Scholarship essay was, “Is there a role for unions today?”
Kingston District Labour Council’s 2014 City Council Endorsements
After an extensive survey performed in conjuncture with the Canadian Labour Congress, the Kingston District Labour Council identified the following municipal candidates as having labour friendly policies and a good understanding of the social issues currently facing our city. Our Brother, USW Local 2010 member Richard Allen, has been identified as the endorsed candidate for Countryside!
Please get out and make your voice heard on October 27, 2014!