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For more information about our affiliated building trades unions and the professions they represent, please contact the local offices below. If you would like to connect with a union, create an account and join a trade community.
The International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers, Local 1
The International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers (BAC) is a labor union in the United States and Canada which represents bricklayers, restoration specialists, pointers/cleaners/caulkers, stonemasons, marble masons, cement masons, plasterers, tile setters, terrazzo mechanics, and tile, marble and terrazzo finishers. The union is an affiliate of the AFL-CIO and its Building and Construction Trades Department. It is also affiliated with the Canadian Labour Congress in Canada.
Saskatchewan Millwrights, Local 1021
If you’re a qualified Journeyman or Apprentice millwright, please note that there’s a great future in Saskatchewan working with the members of Local 1021 Saskatchewan Millwrights. Local 1021’s 400 regular members have won the confidence of our employers over the years, to the point where we have by far most of the province’s industrial work. Over time, we’re talking big numbers, too. The mining industry alone is building $14 billion worth of projects in our province, and in time, they’ll need the help of more than 2,000 additional millwrights!
International Union of Operating Engineers, Local 870
We commit to providing progressive leadership for our members and our industries and to be an asset to our communities. For our members: We will provide professional representation and strive for fairness in the workplace. We will enhance opportunities for employment through apprenticeships and trades training.
Operative Plasterers & Cement Masons, Local 222
The aspiration of this Local Union is to construct an organization that shall serve the best interests of all its members and stand as a befitting and recognized monument of the International Association affiliated therewith.
Sheet Metal Workers’ International Association, Local 296
The Sheet Metal Workers Local 296 was chartered in 1958 in Regina and area and merged with the Saskatoon and Prince Albert unions in 1973. Since then, we have served our members throughout Saskatchewan with a strong commitment to our mission:
“In this age of organized effort, it is essential that those engaged at our trade must likewise organize in order to establish and maintain desirable working conditions and thus provide for themselves and their families that measure of comfort, happiness and security to which every good citizen is entitled in return for his or her labour from a deep sense of pride in our trade, to give a fair day’s work for a fair day’s pay.”
Teamsters Local Union No. 395
Teamsters Local Union No. 395 is comprised of approximately 1300 members from over 20 different companies working throughout the province of Saskatchewan in all types of employment under both Federal and Provincial jurisdictions. We are truck drivers, humane society workers, dairy workers, warehouse workers, manufacturing plant workers, pipeline construction workers, clerical workers, construction workers, armored car workers, rural municipality workers, airport workers and couriers.
United Association of Plumbers & Pipefitters, Local 179
About Local 179 – United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry of the United States and Canada or “UA” as it is commonly known is a multi-craft union whose members are engaged in the fabrication, installation and servicing of piping systems. There are approximately 326,000 highly skilled United Association members who belong to over 300 individual local unions across North America.
The United Association has been training qualified pipe tradesmen longer than anyone else in the industry. The UA boasts the premier training programs available in the industry today, including five-year apprenticeship programs, extensive journeyman training, organized instructor training, and certification programs.
The Canadian Building Trades Unions (CBTU) has a mission to represent all workers in the building, construction, fabrication and maintenance industry and support their efforts to improve their working conditions and quality of life. In pursuit of those goals, the CBTU continuously seeks to build its workforce and strengthen its industry.
Construction and General Workers, Local 180
Construction and General Workers Local 180 is an affiliate of LIUNA Laborers International Union of North America. Located in Regina, Saskatchewan we cover the entire province of Saskatchewan
International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental & Reinforcing Iron Workers, Local 771
A high-paced trade in a highly skilled environment. We believe that every worker in our province who engages in Ironworker Classified work should be entitled to a fair day’s wage and a pension plan that will ensure that their family will live happily and healthily long after you retire. Our “Strength in Membership” is our greatest asset. Local 771’s jurisdiction covers the entire Province of Saskatchewan and includes the Northwest Territories between 102 degrees west longitude and 110 degrees west longitude.
International Association Of Heat & Frost Insulators & Allied Workers, Local 119
The International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Allied Workers Union dates to the late 1800’s with the emergence of steam power. The expanded use of steam power during this era had a profound effect on the industrial sector – leading to better heated, more efficient factories and plants, improved working conditions, and the creation of thousands of new manufacturing jobs. Through this, the charter of Local 119 International Association of Heat & Frost Insulators & Allied Workers read “the objective of the union shall be to assist its membership in securing employment, to defend their rights, and advance their interests as workingmen; and by education and cooperation raise them to that position in society to which they are justly entitled.” Since that time, leaders of the International Union took this objective to grow this small group of local unions to over 120 local unions and a membership of more than 20,000.
International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Ship Builders, Blacksmiths, Forgers and Helpers, Local 555
Just what is the Boilermakers union? We’re an elite membership of skilled craftsmen and women and industrial workers, trained and committed to stand apart as the best. We’re the choice for workers who want an innovative, forward-thinking union that looks out for its members today and tomorrow. And we’re the choice for owners, contractors and other employers who want to get the job done right — on time, within budget and safely. Every time.
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local IBEW 529
IBEW 529 is a local union of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers serving construction electricians in Saskatchewan. We abide by the Code of Excellence (COE) to provide the best quality of work to our employers. We specialize in industrial, commercial & controls, and hydro & solar.
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 2038
Local 2038 primarily represents construction electricians, both journeyed and apprenticing. We also represent Instrument mechanics, Welders and Boom truck operators also possessing an electrical journeyperson license. Local 2038 has a membership of just over 400 men and women. There is no disparity in wage rates across gender and other social lines.
International Union of Painters and Allied Trades, Local 739
The IUPAT represents all workers eligible for membership, regardless of religion, race, creed, color, national origin, age, gender or sexual orientation. IUPAT District Council 17 and her Local Union Canadian Prairie Predecessors have represented painters, glaziers, drywall finishers, floor coverers, fire proofers, hazardous workers and other allied trades for over 100 years.
International Union of Elevator Constructors, Local 102
The International Union of Elevator Constructors (IUEC), Local 102 was organized in 1901 and represents elevator constructors in across Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Northern Ontario. The IUEC represent the most qualified and trained elevator constructors in the world. Members assemble, install and replace elevators, escalators, dumbwaiters, moving walkways and similar equipment in new and old buildings. Elevator constructors also maintain and repair this equipment once it is in service, as well as modernize older equipment.