Yearly Archives: 2019

Holiday Turkeys Local 1386

MiramichiSunday, Dec 15th11am – 1pmHoward Johnson
1 Jane St
Miramichi, NB
TracadieSunday, Dec 15th5pm – 8pmCentre de Chevalier
de Columb
5520 Route 160
Pont-Landry, NB
Saint JohnMonday, Dec 16th5pm – 8pmUnion Hall
300 Grandview Ave
Saint John, NB
DalhousieTuesday, Dec 17th12pm – 2pmIrving Gas Station
(Parking Lot)
173 Renfrew Street
EdmundstonTuesday, Dec 17th5pm – 8pmGray Rock Casino
(Parking Lot)
BathurstWednesday, Dec 18th5pm – 8pmBest Western
150 Main Street
Bathurst, NB
MonctonThursday, Dec 19th5pm – 8pmUnion Hall
31 Mark Ave
Moncton, NB
FrederictonFriday, Dec 20th5pm – 8pmUnion Hall
82 Timothy Ave S.
Hanwell, NB


Local 1338

Please be advised that Local 1338 will be holding Decembers monthly meeting at the Charlottetown Inn & Conference Center (formally “The Best Western”) located on 238 Grafton Street, on Tuesday December 17, 2019 at 7:30.

Please note at this meeting there will be gift cards from Sobey’s given to all membership who attend.

Please note all members must be in good standing to attend the meeting. Dues can be paid at the meeting.

If you wish to donate a non-perishable food item it will be collected at the door and donated to the Food Bank (cash donations will also be accepted)

Hope to see you all there.


Alan Kornelson


Carpenters Union Local 1338

Lincoln Ross Memorial Bursary

Dear Brothers and Sisters of Local 1338,

The Lincoln Ross Memorial Bursary is available to all members of Local 1338 and their immediate Families (Spouse/Child) who are attending or will be attending a post-secondary education institution.

The bursary is valued up to $500 depending on the number of applicants. Deadline for applications is November 15, 2020.

Thank you

Alan Kornelson

President, Local 1338

Guidelines for Lincoln Ross Memorial Bursary

Corner Brook Health Partnership to Host Job Fair and Information Session

Corner Brook Health Partnership, the team of companies selected to design, build, finance and maintain a new acute care hospital in Corner Brook, will host the first of two job fairs and information sessions related to the project on Tuesday, September 17 at the Corner Brook Civic Centre, beginning at 4:00 p.m.

A second job fair is planned for 2020.

Residents looking for future employment opportunities on the construction of the hospital will have the opportunity to meet with the contractors and subcontractors constructing the hospital. In addition, residents who just wish to learn more about the Corner Brook Health Partnership, the construction timelines and more details about the hospital are also invited to attend the information session.

Businesses attending the job fair include:

  • PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
  • Marco Services Limited
  • B+H Architects
  • Parkin Architects
  • Cahill Group
  • Plan Group
  • Johnson Construction
  • Cherubini Bridges and Structures
  • Johnson Controls Inc.

Corner Brook Health Partnership will also be launching its job portal website for future employment opportunities during the 51-month construction period.

The seven-storey, 600,000 square foot facility is being built next to the 145-bed long-term care home near the intersection of Lewin Parkway and Wheelers Road. The 164-bed hospital will have the same services currently provided at Western Memorial Regional Hospital, as well as an expanded cancer care program including radiation services.

The design of the hospital can be viewed online at

Over the course of construction, an estimated 4,000 person years of employment and $460 million in GDP is expected to be created.

This new hospital delivers on commitments in The Way Forward to deliver better services and better outcomes for residents. The Way Forward outlines all actions the Provincial Government is taking to achieve a strong, diversified province with a high standard of living, and can be viewed at