Welcome to our blog for IUPAT Ontario. We’re excited to share up-to-date information regarding various opportunities, events, and news that are currently taking place in the skilled trades industry. We welcome your feedback and topics that are of interest to you.
ATTENTION, VERY IMPORTANT MEETING To All Members of Local Union 1891: As you all should be aware, Local 1891 will be holding a ratification meeting on Friday April 26th, at the Julius Banquet Hall located at 2201 Finch Ave West at 7 P.M. This vote is for ALL members covered under Appendix “B” of the […]
The path to success often begins with opportunity meeting preparation. For Canadians seeking careers in skilled trades as commercial painters, drywall finishers, or glaziers, opportunity is most certainly knocking.
Much like a family pulling together to protect and provide, the family of a union works in unison to improve conditions for members, their communities, and society as a whole.
A unionized worker in Canada stands to enjoy a number of benefits that aren’t available to workers not covered by a collective agreement, including better wages and working conditions, as well as a more equitable employer/employee relationship.
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Speaking with a collective voice, how unions help all workers is by bargaining for higher wages, benefits and working conditions, efforts that help all Canadians and their communities.
When considering a trade for a career, choosing to become a residential painter or commercial painter opens the door wide to a number of related opportunities and growth.
It has been a long journey for workers’ rights and the distance has not been covered without its ups and downs, triumphs and setbacks. Yet, the Canadian labour movement continues to move forward with the arc of history leaning towards giving workers a collective voice to secure better wages, working conditions and benefits. How unions […]
IUPAT is offering Hazmat training and certification in February 2019. Interested applicants must have grade 12 or equivalent. Canadian citizen or landed immigrant status is required. Full time employment, good wages, benefits and pension are available once you have graduated. Please call Juan Lopez at 416-805-2435 or Armindo Correia at 416-996-6528 for more information.