Local 128 News

Basic Stewards Training

To be held in Kincardine, ON

December 8th & 9th

This is a two full-days of training for active members interested in becoming a Steward or anyone who would like a refresher.

You must register by emailing Stirling Munn or Tom MacNeil.
Details will be given regarding start time and location once registered.

Stirling Munn:
Tom MacNeil:

November Union Meeting Notice

Please see the following communication from Business Manager Roy Grills regarding the November Union Meeting.

NOTICE: Union Meeting November 11, 2020 (PDF)

Grant Jacobs, Recognizing Years of Service

National Training Trust Fund (NTTF) recognizes Grant Jacobs’ years of service with the Boilermakers.  Read more by clicking here (PDF).

Union Meetings Cancelled Until Further Notice

Local 128 Membership:

Due to the uptick of COVID-19 cases and the ongoing government health agencies recommendations, until further notice all Local 128 monthly union meetings will be cancelled until further notice.

September Union Meeting Cancelled

Please be advised that due to the COVID-19 Pandemic the September 9th Monthly Union Meeting has been cancelled.

COVID-19: Business Manager Update

ALL LOCAL 128 MEMBERS: Please see the latest update from Business Manager Roy Grills.

COVID: Business Manager Update (PDF)

New Training Dates Posted

New training dates have been posted for September and October.  To view the full schedule check out the training calendar.

July & August Union Meetings Cancelled

Please be advised that due to the COVID-19 Pandemic the July 8th and August 12th Monthly Union Meetings have been cancelled.

Boilermakers Recognized by Aecon

The Boilermakers have been recognized for their work on the first phase of the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station Refurbishment Program. Read the article: Aecon VPs highlight challenges of Darlington refurb

Good work again Boilermakers!

Local 128 Donates to Burlington Food Bank

The Purple Ribbon Campaign supporting essential workers makes its first contribution to the Burlington Food Bank.

Wearing Purple Ribbons shows strength and dedication by our membership towards the community. Our neighbors and family members are impacted by the current situation. Standing together we will overcome the hardships presented by the COVID-19 crisis.