January 31st, 2018
Please contact Dan at the Union Hall (623-1041) if you are interested in the following;
Oil Burner Technician 2 Challenge Training
Start Date – April/May (exact dates TBD)
End Date – April/May (exact dates TBD)
Hours: 8:30-4:00 each day for a total of 14 days
Registration deadline is February 15, 2018.
December 19th, 2017
For those of you who ordered the zip up hoodies or t-shirts they have arrived and are ready to be picked up.
Long Sleeve T-Shirt – $30.00
Short Sleeve T-Shirt – $20.00
December 11th, 2017
The December General Membership meeting will be held Monday, December 18th, 8:00 p.m.
Coffee and donuts Friday, December 22nd (until noon)
December 11th, 2017
- G3 course – FULL
- There will be a PM 2/3 course held February 5th – 9th.
- For those members who already have the PM 2/3 ticket and who need the update, it will be held during the same time.
- G1 will be coming in the fall
If you are interested or need more information please call Dan at the union hall.
October 20th, 2017
There will be G3 and G1 courses coming up in January 2018.
- The G3 will be approximately 49 hours – 8:30-4:00 each day
Registration deadline for the G3 is November 8th, 2017
- The G1 will be approximately 90 hours – January – April, 6:00-9:00 p.m., 2 nights per week
Registration deadline for the G1 is November 24th, 2017
Please call Dan at the office if you are interested.
October 18th, 2017
Click below to read U.A. Canada’s September Newsletter.
UA Canada September Newsletter
October 6th, 2017
Local 628’s Election of Officers will be held this December. Click below to view the notice sent out to all members regarding the upcoming nomination meeting.
NOMINATION MEETING NOTICE
July 31st, 2017
There will be a CSA Rigging Course September 11 – 15 at the Union Hall. If you are interested please contact Dan.
May 30th, 2017
Good Day Brothers & Sister,
City councils resolution to oppose Energy East was defeated at last nights City Council meeting. This was replaced by a conditional resolution to support the project tabled by Councillor Angus. The fact based depositions presented to council helped sway at least one councillor to vote in favour of, not only a safer way to transport this commodity but what could turn out to be an excellent employment opportunity in the future.
To those who turned out to the meeting on that dreary Monday, I thank you. To those that did not I would stress that the debate is not over. Opposition is firmly entrenched and if opportunity presents itself they will surely make their voices heard. We must counter their views with an educated response so we can keep this project moving forward.
Pat Dool, Business Manager