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A 21st-Century Union

We are part of one of North America’s largest building-trades unions, with nearly a half-million members in the construction and wood-products industries. We are leveraging our 130-year history to prepare for tomorrow by training, educating, and representing the next generation of construction professionals and allied workers in Atlantic Canada.

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Member Stories

Treina Edison lives in Halifax Nova Scotia where she’s working through her
Apprenticeship in Carpentry. At 41 years old, she’s not your typical Carpenter
Apprentice, but she loves the work she does. Previously, Treina received
her Master’s in Public Administration which trained her to be a Policy
Advisor. However, she says, “Office work never really fit for me.”

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Member Stories

Terry Morris graduated from Vocational School 1977 and joined the Carpenters Union in 1980. In 1996, after a number of years working construction for various companies, Terry had the opportunity to work towards ownership of Lingan Builders Limited. Now, Terry is a partner in Lingan Builders and works as the President.

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Member Stories

Being a strong Union member, who is known for always
making himself available whenever the situation arises,
is enough to gain the respect and appreciation of most
of us in the Brotherhood. However, there some people
who rise above expectations time and time again.

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Training

There is no other trades organization in Atlantic Canada so dedicated to training as the Atlantic Canada Regional Council of Carpenters, Millwrights and Allied Workers. Training is the cornerstone of our future. If we are to be competitive, and to increase our market...

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