Potential Members for the April 13, 2019 General Membership Meeting

NAME STATUS RECOMMENDATION RESULT
ABDELLA, Addil FS LV 2  A  A
BECK, Geoff FS YR 1 A  A
BURKE, Brian 1ST YR A  A
STANWAY, Mark 2ND YR A  A
CUNNINGTON, Jason FS JM A  A
GILLILAND, Mitchell FS JM  A  A
MIER, Russell FS JM A  A
SHEPPARD, David FS JM A  A
SITTER, Kelly FS JM A  A

Please take note of Local 110 Bylaws Section 19- all requirements of this section must be met before being issued membership in Local 110.

Section 19 – Membership

19.1        Any Member who applies to join Local 110, if accepted, will pay an initiation fee in the amount of one hundred dollars ($100.00), excepting that:

Those Members who lapse out of the union will pay an additional amount of money which equals the amount owed for union dues and fines at the time of lapsing. This amount must be paid in full prior to vote of acceptance by the general membership. A $200.00 reinstatement fee, to reinstate their membership will be paid at the time of New Member Orientation.

19.2        Any individual that makes application to Local 110 and is rejected by vote of the membership.

  • First rejection they will not be able to make new application for a minimum 3 calendar months.
  • Second rejection they will not be able to make new application for a minimum of 6 calendar months.
  • Third or more rejections they will not be able to make new application for a minimum of 12 calendar months.

19.3        All new Members, including Members who are transferring their membership to Local 110, must complete New Member Orientation within 180 days from the date they were voted into Local 110 or their membership is void and they will have to reapply for membership.

19.4        New Member Orientation will be held in Edmonton and Calgary once every month and Fort McMurray once every two months.

19.5        Permit members and Travel Card Members requesting membership will not receive their union card and Local 110 will not accept a transfer card, until after the Member has taken the oath of membership referred to in the International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Allied Workers Constitution at New Member Orientation.

Potential Membership for the March 9, 2019 General Membership Meeting

NAME STATUS RECOMMENDATION RESULT
LAU, Gordon 1st Yr Accept  A
PALOMINO, Olga 3rd Yr Accept  A
WOELK, Jaden 1st Yr Accept  A
AMYOTTE, Ryan JM RSE Accept  A
HENSTRIDGE, Philip JM Accept  A

Please take note of Local 110 Bylaws Section 19- all requirements of this section must be met before being issued membership in Local 110.

Section 19 – Membership

19.1        Any Member who applies to join Local 110, if accepted, will pay an initiation fee in the amount of one hundred dollars ($100.00), excepting that:

Those Members who lapse out of the union will pay an additional amount of money which equals the amount owed for union dues and fines at the time of lapsing. This amount must be paid in full prior to vote of acceptance by the general membership. A $200.00 reinstatement fee, to reinstate their membership will be paid at the time of New Member Orientation.

19.2        Any individual that makes application to Local 110 and is rejected by vote of the membership.

  • First rejection they will not be able to make new application for a minimum 3 calendar months.
  • Second rejection they will not be able to make new application for a minimum of 6 calendar months.
  • Third or more rejections they will not be able to make new application for a minimum of 12 calendar months.

19.3        All new Members, including Members who are transferring their membership to Local 110, must complete New Member Orientation within 180 days from the date they were voted into Local 110 or their membership is void and they will have to reapply for membership.

19.4        New Member Orientation will be held in Edmonton and Calgary once every month and Fort McMurray once every two months.

19.5        Permit members and Travel Card Members requesting membership will not receive their union card and Local 110 will not accept a transfer card, until after the Member has taken the oath of membership referred to in the International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Allied Workers Constitution at New Member Orientation.

ACTIMS Women in Trades Awards & Bursary Program 2019

Good morning,

Last year, ACTIMS held the fourth Women in Trades Awards & Bursary Program for members of the Building Trades who are working in the heavy industrial construction/maintenance industries in Canada.

From the dozens of applications received, we were able to recognize three (3) women from various Locals across the country who demonstrated excellence, integrity, and leadership in their respective trades at their workplace.

Once again, ACTIMS has commenced the program for 2019, and is hoping to attract even more participation in the upcoming year!

Attached is the information package that outlines the program in detail, and an application form, which interested candidates can complete and return with their pertinent documents, to the ACTIMS office. Applications can be submitted from now till April 30th.

We request that you distribute the attached package to all of your affiliates in order for the program to receive the maximum coverage within the building trades community.

A tripartite committee comprised of members of the ACTIMS Board of Directors will assess the applications during the month of May, and present their recommendations to the full Board for approval. Winners will be recognized at the ACTIMS Annual General meeting on July 3, 2019.

Please note that this information and the application form can also be downloaded from the ACTIMS website www.actims.ca

If you have any questions or require further clarification, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Thank you,

Karlee Ainslie
Senior Administrative Assistant

Potential Members for the February 9, 2019 General Membership Meeting

NAME STATUS RECOMMENDATION RESULT
ALI, Abdiaziz 1st Accept  A
GRANT, Danielle 1st Accept  A
LARSON, Jordynne 1st Accept  A
RIVARD, Scott 1st Accept  A
CORDORA, Diana Helper Accept  A
HILL, Sheldon Helper Accept  A

Please take note of Local 110 Bylaws Section 19- all requirements of this section must be met before being issued membership in Local 110.

Section 19 – Membership

19.1        Any Member who applies to join Local 110, if accepted, will pay an initiation fee in the amount of one hundred dollars ($100.00), excepting that:

Those Members who lapse out of the union will pay an additional amount of money which equals the amount owed for union dues and fines at the time of lapsing. This amount must be paid in full prior to vote of acceptance by the general membership. A $200.00 reinstatement fee, to reinstate their membership will be paid at the time of New Member Orientation.

19.2        Any individual that makes application to Local 110 and is rejected by vote of the membership.

  • First rejection they will not be able to make new application for a minimum 3 calendar months.
  • Second rejection they will not be able to make new application for a minimum of 6 calendar months.
  • Third or more rejections they will not be able to make new application for a minimum of 12 calendar months.

19.3        All new Members, including Members who are transferring their membership to Local 110, must complete New Member Orientation within 180 days from the date they were voted into Local 110 or their membership is void and they will have to reapply for membership.

19.4        New Member Orientation will be held in Edmonton and Calgary once every month and Fort McMurray once every two months.

19.5        Permit members and Travel Card Members requesting membership will not receive their union card and Local 110 will not accept a transfer card, until after the Member has taken the oath of membership referred to in the International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Allied Workers Constitution at New Member Orientation.

Local 110 is sad to announce the passing of Brother John McMillan

Local 110 is sad to announce that Member John Mcmillan passed away December 25, 2018. Brother John  has been a long-time  Local 110 member since February 1981.

A service will be held Sunday, January 6th, 2019 at 2:00 pm at Memories Funeral Home, 13403 St Albert Trail, Edmonton, AB.

Local 110 Officers, Staff and Members extend their deepest condolences to all of Brother  John’s Family and Friends.

Local 110 is sad to announce the passing of Brother Adam Kolendreski

Local 110 is sad to announce that Member Adam Kolendreski passed away December 6, 2018. Brother Adam has been a long-time  Local 110 member since October 1963.

A service will be held Friday December 14, 2018 at 1:00 pm in the Chapel of Kushneryk Funeral Service, 201 1st Street N, Wakaw, Saskatchewan. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation.

Local 110 Officers, Staff and Members extend their deepest condolences to all of Brother  Adam’s Family and Friends.

Potential Members for the December 8, 2018 General Membership Meeting

NAME STATUS RECOMMENDATION RESULT
ANDREASSEN, Leif 1ST YEAR (JM ELEC) ACCEPT  A
ASSEFA, Abdi 1ST YEAR (ALUMA PRE-TRADE) ACCEPT  A
BERGMAN, Kyle 1ST YEAR ACCEPT  A
CLOAK, Scott 1ST YEAR REJECT  R
ESTRADA, Phillipe 1ST YEAR ACCEPT  A
GAVIRIA, Marivel HELPER ACCEPT  A
HANLON, Alyssa 1ST YEAR ACCEPT  A
IBRAHIM, Hamza 2ND YEAR (REINSTATEMENT) ACCEPT  A
KOLTSOV, Ilia FIREPROOFER ACCEPT  A
LE, Bay HELPER ACCEPT  A
LOPEZ, Dennis HELPER ACCEPT  A
LOPEZ, Hugo HELPER ACCEPT  A
MOUSA, Khalif 1ST YEAR ACCEPT  R
MUHAMMAD, Abdurrashid HELPER ACCEPT  A
PATOC, Nonie FIREPROOFER ACCEPT  A
PUENTES-GASPAR, Sonia HELPER ACCEPT  A
SADDLEBACK, Caitlyn 1ST YEAR (PRE-TRADES) ACCEPT  R
STOODLEY, Kaitlyn 1ST YEAR (PRE-TRADES) ACCEPT  A

Local 110 is sad to announce the passing of Southern Business Agent Patrick (Pat) Tilley

Local 110 is sad to announce that Southern Business Agent Patrick (Pat) Tilley passed away November 20, 2018.

BA Pat Tilley has been a long – time serving Local 110 member for 45 years.

Pat is survived by his loving wife Laurie, his beautiful daughter Kourtnee (Brent), granddaughter Meah, niece Jillian (Mardy), nephew Brad (Shannon), great nieces Brianna & Addison, great nephew Brady and sister Linda Brost and Family, as well as other numerous Family members and Friends.  Pat is predeceased by his brother Kenny.

Pat was longtime advocate and friend for the membership of the Union, he will be very much missed.

As per Pat’s request, there will be a private memorial held for the family only.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Prostate Cancer Canada. http://www.prostatecancer.ca/donate/ways-to-donate

Local 110 Officers, Staff and Members extend  their deepest condolences to all of Brother Pat’s Family & Friends.

Remembrance Day Ceremonies

Good afternoon Brothers & Sisters

Local 110 marks Remembrance Day with a number of beautiful ceremonies to honour Canada’s fallen soldiers, veterans and currently serving military.

The services where Local 110 will be laying wreaths are:

Edmonton – Beverly Cenotaph located at 4001-118 Ave Edm AB. Services begins at 10:45 am; laying the wreath will be Training Coordinator Phil Poirier.

Ft. McMurray – MacDonald Island Park located at 1 MacDonald Dr. Ft McMurray AB. Services begins at 10:00 am; laying the wreath will be Northern Business Agent Doug Casemore.

Calgary – The Military Museums Service located at 4520 Crowchild Trail SW Calgary AB. Service begins at 10:30 am; laying the wreath will be Member Luke McMIllan

Red Deer – Servus Arena located at 4725-43 St Red Deer AB. Service begins at 10:30 am; laying the wreath will be Member Mike Zalinko

Wherever you are, I ask that you please attend a Remembrance Day Ceremony, take a moment at 11:00 am and pause to pay tribute to all victims of war.

In Solidarity

Brother Kevin Lecht