Election Committee Notice

In accordance with Article III of our Local Union Bylaws and our Constitution, this is a notice that an election committee consisting of five members will be struck from the membership in attendance at the May 29, 2018 General Membership Meeting.

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National Day of Mourning

The National Day of Mourning for workers killed and injured on the job is coming up on Saturday, April 28, 2018. It was launched more than thirty years ago by the Canadian Labour Congress and is now formally recognized by municipal and provincial governments across Canada, and in 1991 was formally recognized by the Government of Canada. The Canadian flag on Parliament Hill will fly at half-mast, just as it does at provincial legislatures and city halls across Canada.

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Notice of Motion

Dear Local 882 Members, In accordance with Article 3, Section 3 of the IUOE Constitution, This is notification that an election will be held at the February 27, 2018 General Membership Meeting to receive nominations and to elect 3 Delegates to the 2018 IUOE 39th General Convention. Fraternally, John Dube President, IUOE Local 882

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SURVEY TO IMPROVE LABOUR STUDIES

The IUOE Canadian Director, Lionel Railton has asked that these links be distributed widely by each Canadian Local.  Please do not hesitate to contact his office if further clarification is required. Here is the link to the announcement… http://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/minister-hajdu-invites-canadians-to-share-their-input-on-modernizing-federal-labour-standards-668799203.html?tc=eml_mycnw Here is the link to the survey… https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/programs/employment-standards/federal-standards/consultation-modern-labour-standards.html In Solidarity, Adrian David, Business Manager  

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LETTER FROM THE BC FEDERATION OF LABOUR REGARING BC WILDFIRES

July 14, 2017 To: BCFED Executive Officers Re: Helping those affected by BC Wildfires I’m writing to BCFED affiliates to ask you to consider sending a message of solidarity and a helping hand to those who have been affected the rampage of wildfires by donating to the fire appeal campaign of the Canadian Red Cross in British Columbia. We’ve all watched in horror as rampaging fires have swept through so many BC communities—and threaten many more. Thousands more British Columbians face emergency evacuation orders to leave behind their homes and communities at a moment’s notice. Homes and cherished possessions have

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Letter in Support of Local 955 – Fort McMurray

June 6, 2016 Bruce Moffat Business Manager IUOE, Local 955 17603 114 Avenue Edmonton, Alberta    T5S 2R9 Dear Brother Moffat: We write as a result of the devastating wild fires that have destroyed much of the Fort McMurray area. The recent television coverage has brought the true nature of the disaster directly into our homes. During Local 882`s May 28, 2016 membership meeting, it was moved, seconded and carried unanimously to assist our Sisters and Brothers of Alberta whose lives have been so profoundly affected by the wild fires. Our cheque represents an amount equal to $10.00 per local 882

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2015 FEDERAL ELECTION

October 13, 2015 Dear Sisters and Brothers, On October 19th the federal election will decide Canada’s direction for many years to come. I am writing to encourage you, first of all to participate in our democratic right to vote and to also encourage you to get family and friends involved in this very important federal election on October 19, 2015 Many members I have talked with have shared with me that they have originally come from countries where democracy either does not exist or is very challenging – they have told me how much they appreciate Canada’s strong democratic tradition.

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AGREEMENT REACHED ON NEW FACILITIES BENEFITS TRUST

A new arrangement for managing Facilities subsector members’ health benefits negotiated in the 2014-2019 collective agreement has reached an important milestone. A legal agreement has been reached establishing the terms of the Joint Facilities Benefits Trust which will manage extended health, dental, group insurance and long-term disability benefits beginning next year. Under the agreement, the Trust will be governed by an equal number of trustees – five from the Facilities Bargaining Association and five from the Health Employers Association of B.C. (HEABC). A mediation and arbitration process is contained in the agreement to resolve any deadlocked votes. Funding and administrative responsibility for benefits will

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