This is to advise that in the month of March, 2018 your affiliated IAMAW Local Lodge (1722, 2583, 99) may nominate a candidate for the position of Business Representative of IAMAW District Lodge 14. Per the IAMAW District Lodge 14 By-Laws the term of office is for four (4) years commencing September 1, 2018. Continue reading BUSINESS REPRESENTATIVE ELECTION
Family Day is observed in the Canadian provinces of Alberta, Ontario, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick on the third Monday of February (Monday, February 19th). IAMAW District Lodge 14’s office will be closed for Family Day. In British Columbia Family Day falls on the second Monday of February. This holiday celebrates the importance of families and family life to people and their communities.
The IAMAW District Lodge 14 office has moved, albeit in the same building.
We are now at:
107, 10471 – 178 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5S 1R5
Go the Northwest side of the building and use the outer door entrance.
We look forward to seeing you.
The Edmonton and District Labour Council is proud to endorse candidates who support working families.
The next Municipal Election will be held on Monday, October 16, 2017. Don’t let your voice be silenced. Be a part of it all. If you haven’t had time to do research on all of the candidates running in your riding, you can see how the Edmonton and District Labour Council felt about each candidate after asking each a variety of questions. Click Here for the results.
- 1 Mayor
- 1 Councillor for each of the 12 City of Edmonton wards
- 1 Edmonton Catholic School District Trustee for each of the 7 wards or
1 Edmonton Public School District Trustee for each of the 9 wards
Please visit the City of Edmonton website to view the 2017 candidate list.
Exercise your right to vote! The system really does begin with you.
Retirement only means that it is time for a new adventure. – anonymous
All retirees of the IAMAW are welcome to attend. Meetings are every third Thursday January, April, September and November.
The Moral of the Story “Mouseland” is a political fable, originally told by Clare Gillis, a friend of Tommy Douglas. Tommy has used this story many times to show in a humorous way how Canadians fail to recognize that neither the Liberals or Conservatives are truly interested in what matters to ordinary citizens; yet Canadians continue to vote for them.