Larry Klassen has received a request for visitors from the following retired fire fighters:
Tom Payne is in Grace Hospital for another week and would like visitors.
Ian Thompson is in Victoria Hospital, his wife said he would like visitors
Garry Miller is in Deer Lodge Hospital. He is in room 203 East Wing, North Tower.
Ron Morden is also at Deer Lodge.
Stan Divaniuk - Deer Lodge
Lloyd Newcomb - call his home
In its recent decision, the Arbitration Board ruled that anyone employed by the City who was a member of WAPSO from October 31, 2015 to the present, may apply for a retroactive pay adjustment for all periods during which they were employed by the City. Applications by retired members or persons acting on behalf of the estate of a deceased member, must be submitted in writing before the end of December 2017 to the City of Winnipeg, Labour Relations email address; email@example.com
. The following information is required to ensure that payments can be processed:
- Name of Employee;
- Department worked in prior to leaving the City;
- Date of Retirement
- Current address (T4 purposes)
- Confirmation of banking information. Confirmation that the individual’s banking information has not changed since retirement is required. If the banking information has changed, the new information must be provided.
Dee Gillies Executive Director
WAPSO-IFPTE Local 162
2705-83 Garry St.
Winnipeg, MB. R3C 4J9
Tel: (204) 925-4127
Dee Gillies [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
We are fortunate to have a good pension.
See about in the missive of testimonial excerpted supra.
This is usually the first question asked by a prospective member when they are approached to join The City of Winnipeg Retirees’ Association (CWRA). Continue reading What’s in it for me?
You can now access CWRA.INFO on your smartphone or other mobile device. The view is different but all content is accessible. When you first open the site you only see posts for the front page. To access the other pages on the site, click the icon in upper right corner.
Here is a link to the Transit Museum site. Hope you enjoy the great photos and memories.