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D10 Steward Training, Toronto, Ontario

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D10 Steward Training, Moncton, New Brunswick

DISTRICT D10, FORMED in 2016 to represent 11 cement locals in Eastern Canada, held its first steward training session last year, with Ontario lodges meeting at Local 128 in Toronto and Nova Scotia and New Brunswick lodges meeting at the Hampton Inn in Moncton, New Brunswick. IR Richard MacIntosh conducted level 1 and level 2 steward classes at both locations. D10 BM-ST Tony Andrade also participated in the training.

Andrade said that a district lodge for Eastern Canada had been a goal for him and others for a number of years. He credited IR Rob Lauzon (now retired) with bringing the district to life. “Rob was instrumental in the whole thing.”

Pictured in the top photo are, first row, l. to r., Josh Hawes, D488 (Acton, Ontario); Mike Smith D488; Stanley Young, D494 (Burlington, Ontario); Scott MacLeish, D488; D10 BM-ST Tony Andrade; Richard Holmes D494; Glenn Schmalz, D366 (Mississauga, Ontario); and Joe Stacey, D387 (Picton, Ontario).

Back row, l. to r., Pat Bolton, D494; Lincoln Trevail, D488; Jim Louwe, D494; Jamie Lyons, D387; Mike Gyde, D387; Kirk Herriman D494; Derry Harris, D366; Chris Leblanc, D366; Brett Boles, D366; Jason Bosely, D387; Jacob Found, D387; Anthony Wojciechowski, D387; and NSD Jason McInnis.

Pictured in the second photo are, l. to r., Russell Yeomans, D406 (St. John, New Brunswick); Trevor Isenor, D579 (Lantz, Nova Scotia); Tom Melanson D579; John Dougan, D406; Wade Rogers, D454 (Brookfield, Nova Scotia); D10 BM-ST Tony Andrade; Shawn Hines, D597; and Mark Cormier, D454.

Reporter  V57N1
Published on the Web: April 17, 2018

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