To all LL99 Members:
Please be advised that there was a serious incident at our West Edmonton Facility today involving 2 members, both of which are in the hospital. From the whole Executive: we're wishing them the best and hoping for a quick recovery. Due to the nature of the situation we cannot release any other information at this time however one thing that was brought to our attention is that the membership in the shop performed admirably as they helped emergency crews deal with the situation.
Thank you to ALL who helped the emergency crews and made sure that our injured members were taken care of as swiftly as possible!!
If Members feel the need for EFAP assistance please contact 1-844-880-9142
Grand Lodge Elections are under way and the District office will be open for members to vote on the 24th of April. Members are encouraged to vote in person or by absentee ballot. If voting by absentee ballot members can request a ballot at the GoIAM.org webpage. Absentee ballots requests must be received by April 12th. Members can also find more information about the candidates on the Goiam.org webpage. click here
LL99 Executive will be picking the winners of 2 x $999.00 2021 Spring Scholarships at the April Executive meeting, deadline for this will be April 13th. Scholarships will be awarded to one graduating high school student and one post secondary student. Applicants must be members in good standing or immediate family and will need to provide a cover letter, most recent transcripts and proof of enrollment in further education. Applicants will be judged on the highest overall grade point average and can email their information to: LL99executive@iamaw99.ca
We apologize for any miscommunication concerning the timelines as access to our webpage was limited. All those who sent their information in earlier this year will be accounted for.
When union activists talk about ‘organizing’ they are usually referring to either internal or external/outside organizing. Internal organizing refers to getting your existing membership engaged, active, informed, and ready to act on a specific issue. External or outside organizing means unionizing non-union workers through the certification process so that they have a fair collective agreement.
On March 2nd to March 4th LL99 executive members Brad Laberge, Paul Chandler and Wade Zenchyson along with Business Rep/Organizer Matt Barnable attended a virtual web design and communications training course hosted by IAM Canada Communications Rep. Frank Saptel. ...continue reading