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Arnie M. Stadnick

International Vice President - Canada

Arnie Stadnick - International Vice President for Canada

Arnie Stadnick is the Boilermakers’ International Vice President for Canada.

In 1982, he indentured as an apprentice at local 146 (Edmonton, Alberta). He served a three-year Boilermaker apprenticeship, after which he secured his journeyman ticket in 1986. Stadnick worked in both the ISO and CSO divisions serving as an apprentice, journeyman, job steward, foreman, general foreman and superintendent on various job sites.

In 2005, he began working for Local 146 as a business rep and assistant business manager. L- 146 members elected him business manager/secretary-treasurer in 2011 and again in 2013.

Stadnick joined the staff in 2015 as an International Rep. In 2017, he was appointed as the Canadian Director – ISO and Assistant to the Director – ISO. Stadnick graduated from the Harvard Trade Union Program in 2017.

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