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Local Lodge 532

Regina, Saskatchewan

International announces scholarship winners

Thirty-one Boilermaker dependents earn awards totaling $50,000

THE BOILERMAKERS’ International Executive Council scholarship committee announced the winners of its 2015 scholarship program this past April. The committee awarded $50,000 to 31 recipients, with $38,000 being allocated to U.S. applicants and $12,000 to Canadian applicants.

Reporter  V54N3

New lodge officers attend training

St. John’s, Newfoundland, Sept. 9-11

Program held in five cities in United States and Canada

2008 WAS AN election year — not only for the governments of Canada and the United States, but also for Boilermaker local lodges in both countries. While U.S. lodges must hold elections every three years, Canadian lodges do so every five years. Occasionally, the Boilermaker local lodge election cycles coincide, as they did in 2008.

Reporter  V47N4

Canadian members attend train-the-trainer program

Attending the train-the-trainer program were (l. to r.): front row, Ed Frerotte, L-128; Ted Stark, L-555; Grant Jacobs, National Training Coordinator; Jim Fitzpatrick, L-191; Ernie Aker, L-73; Jean-Yves Poirier, L-73; Skipper Branscum, Director of Construction Division Services; middle row, Curtis Nesset, L-532; Eian McDonald and Jim Quinn, L-451; Darrell Bray, L-555; Robert Roach, L-128; Gary Bender, L-532; Ray Farrell, L- 73; Bill Healey, L-203; and back row, Eugene LeBlanc, L-73; Arnie Stadnick, L-146; C

Class provides helpful tools, advice for steward training

MEMBERS FROM ALL across Canada gathered in Winnipeg, Manitoba, for a train-the-trainer program the week of March 24, as part of the Canadian Steward Certificate Basic Program.


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