A powerful and moving 90-second compilation of the value of Toronto’s Transit Maintenance Workers. Screened pre-show at Cineplex Odeon Theatres in Fall 2012.
Protecting What Matters – Theatrical
Life Cycle of a Streetcar – The LEO Project
Find out how the skilled workers of the Life Extension Overhaul project work their magic on Toronto streetcars, keeping them in working order over the decades to save funds and the environment.
Battery Refurbishment Project
Paul Arsenault, a TTC worker and a founder of Canada’s first baseball league for autistic children, is now leading an in-house battery refurbishment program that saves over a million dolllars a year.
Bringing breakfast to schoolkids
Since 2005, ATU Local 113 has been a major contributor to the privately funded Children’s Breakfast Club, a vital program providing hot pre-school breakfasts to disadvantaged children, sometimes right in the school they attend.
What if the TTC just disappeared?
Former Ontario Cabinet Minister Marilyn Churley gives a video presentation of her ground-breaking 2008 report on the value of the TTC to the City of Toronto – at least $12 billion a year.
Funding research into MS
Since 1986, ATU Local 113 raises money for Mount Sinai Hospital’s Centre for Research into Multiple Sclerosis through events like the ATU All-Stars versus NHL Alumni hockey match. Nearly one million dollars has been raised.