Due to a scheduling conflict, the next Yarmouth Local 83 information meeting has been moved up one week to Wednesday, November 29 for this month only. Regular time of 6 p.m. at the Rodd Grand Yarmouth. In response to the questions...
Just a reminder that the application period for the Robert J. Watson Bursary program will be closing on Wednesday, November 22 2017. Please be sure to get your applications in before this date at www.rjwbursary.com. At this time, the province of Nova Scotia...
Again this year, we are offering four $1,000 draws. All dependent children of Local 83 members enrolled in university or other post secondary training are encouraged to apply before Tuesday, December 5th, 2017. A lottery draw will be held at...
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