April 28th is the National Day of Mourning. We pay our respect to the men and women who have been injured or killed in work related incidents.
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Ceremony Locations and Times:
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Please note that ACRC offices in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island will be closed on Monday, February 19.
Offices in New Brunswick and Newfoundland and Labrador will be open regular office hours on Monday.
Please be advised the Local 1386 meeting originally scheduled for Feb. 13 at 82 Timothy Ave. S. in Fredericton has been RESCHEDULED for Feb. 20 @ 7 p.m.
Location and time remain the same.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Effective Monday, February 5, 2018:
Where as we have several members who pay dues online and via credit cards, the ACRC will no longer be generating and mailing receipts for these payments. Your financial institution can provide a record to you that indicates proof of payment. Going forward, receipts will only be provided to those members paying cash at the counter.
PLEASE NOTE: YEARLY DUES PAID STATEMENT LETTERS ARE NOT AFFECTED AND WILL BE SENT OUT VIA CANADA POST TO MEMBERS BY THE CRA REQUIREMENT OF FEBRUARY 28TH.
The purpose of this survey is to assist the New Brunswick Apprenticeship and Occupational Certification Board in the development of their three-year strategic plan. Input from stakeholders is a critical component of this development.
This survey is completely anonymous, and it will remain open for feedback until January 19, 2018.
Take the survey here or click on the following link:
Please note that a motion was made at December’s union meeting to cancel LU2262 monthly meetings for January 2018. This includes both the south (Saint John) and north (Bathurst) meetings.
The next LU2262 meetings will take place on February 6, 2018 (south) and February 20, 2018 (north).
The latest issue of The Blueprint is now available! You can browse current and past issues on our website here. Members automatically receive a copy by mail or they can be picked up at your local union office.
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Please see the upcoming dates for the UBC Journeymen: Building Leadership For a Strong Future program:
January 25-28, 2018
February 1-4, 2018
February 8-11, 2018
The Journeymen Leadership program is held at the UBC International Training Center in Las Vegas, NV. Please note that members can only attend the Journeymen Leadership program once.
If you are interested in attending one of these sessions, please contact Debbie Smith by phone at (506) 450-4024 extension 201 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information on the Journeymen Leadership program, please click here to view our Programs page.
Effective September 29, 2017, our Fredericton, NB office has moved to:
82 Timothy Ave. S.
Hanwell, NB E3A 2B8
We’re looking forward to continuing to provide excellent service to our membership from our new location!
A friendly reminder to get members / office staff / neighbours, etc. to e-mail their MP in regards to Energy East. Let’s hit them with as many people as possible from all over the province.
The link below is easy and takes less than 2 minutes to complete.
The Energy East pipeline project is in danger of being cancelled.
Energy East is a nation-building infrastructure project. It will create jobs and prosperity for middle-class Canadians. It will also get our energy resources to people around the world who in a recent survey, said if they had a choice, would pick oil and natural gas developed the Canadian way.
But the National Energy Board (NEB) has imposed another review on this critical pipeline project in what seems to be a never-ending regulatory process that threatens to keep Canadian energy infrastructure projects in eternal limbo.
We need to act NOW – send your MP a letter and tell them this project is good for Canada.
We only have 30 days to get our decision-makers to let the NEB know we don’t need another review and more delays. That’s the length of time requested by TransCanada as it makes a decision on the future of Energy East.
As Energy Citizens, let’s stand up for jobs, billions of dollars for the Canadian economy, and oil and gas developed the Canadian way.
Please take two minutes to send a letter in support of the Energy East project.
Canada’s Energy Citizens