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Triple Nickel celebrates 60 years

INTERNATIONAL OFFICERS AND L-555 BUSINESS MANAGERS, past and present, celebrate the lodge’s 60th anniversary. Left to right, IST Bill Creeden; IR Norm Ross (BM-ST, Feb. 1996-Nov. 2006); Dallas Rogers, (BM-ST, Nov. 2006-Nov. 2011); current BM-ST Emile Gareau; Ken Pasaluko, (BM-ST, Oct. 1967-July 1972); Dan Semenyk, (BM-ST, Oct. 1966-March 1967); and IVP-Canada Joe Maloney.

LOCAL LODGE 555, the “Triple Nickel,” celebrated its 60th anniversary in Regina, Saskatchewan, January 10 with a dinner and dance. Some 400 members and guests attended the event, including four former business managers.

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Locals  L-555

Referral Rules now on MBDS

CONSTRUCTION MEMBERS may now review, download or print the latest Uniform Referral Standards and Joint Referral Rules via the MBDS.

Go there now.


IEC scholarship committee announces local, CFL winners

L-83 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS are pictured with the lodge's scholarship committee. Front row, l. to r., Vice President Tom Dye, Megan Speichinger, Hayley Nash, Sarah Matthews and BM-ST Joe Lewandowski; back row, l. to r., Inspector John Seward, Trustee Chairman Casey Jensen, and President Scott Campbell.

THE BOILERMAKERS’ International Executive Council has announced its selection of scholarship recipients for three local lodges and the Canadian Federation of Labour (CFL).

The committee selected Victoria Wren Kuefler, daughter of Ken Kuefler, Local 146 (Edmonton, Alberta) to receive a $2,000 scholarship from the lodge. Victoria is a graduate of Holy Trinity Academy in Okotoks, Alberta. She is attending Mount Royal University in Calgary, Alberta, and plans to pursue a career in health care. (Attendance deferred for one year.)

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Locals  L-13, L-40, L-83, L-105, L-108, L-146
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U.S. shipbuilding dodges McCain broadside

A Jones Act ship built at the Aker Philadelphia Shipyard, where Local 19 members are employed.

Amendment would have threatened jobs, national security

AN EFFORT BY Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) to strip away protections for the American shipbuilding industry failed to get traction during Senate debate on Keystone XL Pipeline legislation in late January. McCain had offered an amendment to the Keystone bill seeking to scuttle the Jones Act, but the amendment was not brought up for a vote.

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Terex workers seek organizing protection in federal court

NLRB, Boilermakers argue for injunction to halt unfair labor practices, order bargaining

EMPLOYEES AT THE Terex construction equipment plant in Grand Rapids, Minn., are awaiting a decision from U.S. District Judge Ann Montgomery on an injunction request to require the company to recognize the Boilermakers union as the workers’ exclusive bargaining agent and to engage in interim negotiations pending a related NLRB trial. Judge Montgomery heard arguments February 3 at the U.S. District Court in Minneapolis.


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  • INTERNATIONAL OFFICERS AND L-555 BUSINESS MANAGERS, past and present, celebrate the lodge’s 60th anniversary. Left to right, IST Bill Creeden; IR Norm Ross (BM-ST, Feb. 1996-Nov. 2006); Dallas Rogers, (BM-ST, Nov. 2006-Nov. 2011); current BM-ST Emile Gareau; Ken Pasaluko, (BM-ST, Oct. 1967-July 1972); Dan Semenyk, (BM-ST, Oct. 1966-March 1967); and IVP-Canada Joe Maloney.

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  • Referral Rules now on MBDS

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  • L-83 SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS are pictured with the lodge's scholarship committee. Front row, l. to r., Vice President Tom Dye, Megan Speichinger, Hayley Nash, Sarah Matthews and BM-ST Joe Lewandowski; back row, l. to r., Inspector John Seward, Trustee Chairman Casey Jensen, and President Scott Campbell.

    IEC scholarship committee announces local, CFL winners

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