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Saskatoon, SK S7P 0B8
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Welcome to our website!

 

 

 

 

On April 4/2017 International Representaive Jim Watson and Brian Murdoch trained our members on How to Conduct a Hearing.

 

 Keep phoning in and registering for QEW training. Dates will be posted once they are confirmed. We have trained over 60 members already. We will keep training as demand requires. 

Next QEW dates: April 27 & 28

 

We have trained over 40 members with Frist Aid/CPR through St. John's Ambulance. If you would like First Aid Training, please contact the hall. 

 

The next dates for First Aid Training are April 20 & 21.

 

 

July 3rd, 2017 will be our Local Union's 70th anniversary.

2017 is also an election year for your Local Union Officers. Nominations will be at the April 2017 membership meeting. Ballots will be counted in June and installation of officers will be done at the July 25, 2017 membership meeting.

 

PLEASE NOTE THIS VERY IMPORTANT CHANGE:

To be eligable to run for office, the membership meeting credit requirement language is no longer in effect. The only eligibility requirement now is that you must be a Journeyperson member in good standing at least two (2) years in the Local Union immediately prior to nomination.

 

Local 529 members at McArthur River Underground with BFI.

   

Organizer, Shane Madden and member Shaun Bourque at Sask Polytechnic Job Fair in Saskatoon

 

 

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