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Volume 40, Number 6
Nov 2001 to Dec 2001PDF | Issuu | Online
Local 580 members ready Canadian Navy ships for war on terrorism; Tripartite conference goes high-tech; New program helps former atomic weapons workers; Engineering magazine selects three job sites for their pioneering efforts; Local 359 members featured in Tradetalk magazine; and much, much more ...
Volume 40, Number 3
May 2001 to Jun 2001PDF | Issuu | Online
Boilermakers' first convention in 21st century begins July 23; A look at past conventions; The state of our union; Bush wants us to roll out the fast tract for FTAA; Economics; Lightning safety awareness; Recent contract settlements; and much, much more ...
Volume 40, Number 2
Mar 2001 to Apr 2001PDF | Issuu | Online
Locals 27 and 83 hold regional tripartite meeting; Construction conference looks at manpower challenges, new work; 33rd annual LEAP conference stresses bipartisanship; Boilermakers play major role in one of man's greatest achievements -- the Panama Canal; Paycheck economics; Recent contract settlements; and much, much more . . .
Volume 40, Number 1
Jan 2001 to Feb 2001PDF | Issuu | Online
USS Cole returns to Ingalls; New Southeast Area agreement; Boilermakers in office; Rally in Tacoma for Temp Workers; Boilermakers at work; 2000 election results; Boilermaker History -- Championship Boxers; Coal emissions; Annual summary reports of national funds; Recent contract settlements; and much, much more ...
Volume 39, Number 6
Nov 2000 to Dec 2000PDF | Issuu | Online
National apprentice competitions; Tripartite Alliance Conference; Organizing wins; Employers must have "Just Cause" for discipline; The global economy; Companies find new sources of profits: pensions, retiree medical benefits; Recent contract settlements; and much, much more ...
Volume 39, Number 4
Jul 2000 to Aug 2000PDF | Issuu | Online
CLGAW conference coverage; Boilermakers at Union Industries show; Boilermaker employer, Taylor Forge, earns national recognition; Right-to-Work invades Canada; Local 92 performs aqueduct work; The unfairest taxes of all; Getting members to the ballot box; International and local lodge scholarship winners; Evidence is key to winning the grievance; and much, much more ...
Volume 39, Number 2
Mar 2000 to Apr 2000PDF | Issuu | Online
Avondale workers line up to sign up; Georgine retires, Sullivan new BCTD president, Maloney elected sec.-treas.; 1999 Congressional Scorecard; Jack Sloan retires; Foreign companies in U.S. pay less taxes than U.S. companies; Help members understand their rights on the job; and much, much more.