Members from eight Canadian locals attend steward training


Twenty-seven members from four Ontario lodges attend a Canadian Basic Stewards Program at Local 128’s hall in Burlington, Ontario, Oct. 22, 2008: Local D366 (Mississauga) — Lino Darosa, Derry Harris, Dave Sharpe, Jameson Amaral, David Miller; Local D387 (Picton) — Kevin Perry, Donald Leslie, Dale Welsh, Denise Bolton; Local D488 (Acton) — Lincoln Trevail, John Mayes, Richard Holmes, Greg Hines, Jim Louwe, Patrick Van Ravenswday, Stan Young, John Holtz, Geoff Gratton, Shawn Cross; and Local 128 (Toronto) — Darrin Manning, Marc Jansen, Dan Selman, Greg Cameron, Greg Elms, James Cannon, Rory McDonald, Colin Docherty, Eric Bibeau. The program was organized by Intl. Rep Mike Watson and conducted by Intl. Rep Richard MacIntosh.


Fifteen members from four British Columbia lodges attend a joint training session for stewards at Local 359’s hall in Burnaby, British Columbia, Oct. 29, 2008: Local 359 – Hagen Marx, Steve Sisco, Greg Bell, Chad Madrigga, Christine Hoffmann; Local D277 (Bamberton) – Vince Mulder, Perry McLarty, Randy Morehouse; Local D385 (Vancouver) – Delores Peter, Max Drygalski; and Local D486 (New Westminster) – Harpreet Kalirai, Charles Davis, Bill Hunt. Sponsored by L-359 and Cement District Lodge D11, the class was organized by L-D277 VP Randy Morehouse and L-359 Bus. Agent Ken Noga, and was conducted by Intl. Rep Richard MacIntosh.

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