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Message From Interior Health Regarding Steve Hawker’s Funeral Service

To: Attendees of Funeral at Kamloops Alliance Church July 16 at 2pm From: IH Communicable Disease Unit RE: Low Risk Contact with Confirmed Novel Coronavirus Case (COVID-19) This letter is to advise you that a confirmed case of COVID-19 attended a funeral at Kamloops Alliance Church on July 16 at 2pm. Interior Health will follow […]

34th Consolidated Convention Delegate Election Results

The following are the results of the nomination and election of delegates to the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers 34th Consolidated Convention. Delegates Jordan Streng, Business Manager/Secretary Treasurer (by virtue of office) Sat Chatta – 77 Jeremy Kwok – 70 Gord Weel – 69 Alternates Sean Lilburn – 60 Collin Robertson – 24 Carl Barnes – […]

James Olver Tribute

Mercer Celgar Pulp Mill in Castlegar pays tribute to Boilermaker James Olver today. The employees and trades onsite gave a moment of silence to Brother James Olver’s unexpected passing on March 20, 2021.

International Brotherhood of Boilermakers 34th Consolidated Convention

Please see the attached communications and notices regarding the Nomination and Election of Delegates to the Boilermakers 34th Consolidated Convention to be held virtually in July 2021. Please click on the links below to view each document. Letter from Business Manager Streng Notice of Nominations and Election – 34th Consolidated Convention Notice from IP Jones […]

All Field Construction Members (Important Message)

Job Ready Dispatch (JRD) is once again mandatory for dispatch. If you cannot get a session booked at an approved safety provider for Fall Protection or Confined Space before being dispatched, the parties have temporarily agreed to allow you to obtain online certifications shown at the links below, or on our website here: Apprenticeship and […]

December 2020 Newsletter

Lodge 359 Business Managers Update Well, this year has definitely been filled with its ups and downs and will be remembered by most as anything but normal. We have seen the work picture go from an extremely busy start with the Parkland refinery outage in Burnaby, to everything grinding to an almost complete halt due […]