To all our USW 1-2017 Brothers and Sisters,
The Local Union has implemented a new venue for our members to access their dues receipts online at our USW 1-2017 website.
IMPORTANT - LETTER TO PREMIER JOHN HORGAN
Unity and Strength for Forestry Workers - ACT NOW!
Thousands of USW, & forestry members could lose their jobs if wrong decisions are made affecting the future of the forestry employment industry in British Columbia.
Dear Sisters and Brothers;
Due to the rapid advancement of the COVID-19 Virus the Local Union has made the decision to postpone the Annual Convention of USW Local 1-2017 that was scheduled for April 25 & 26 in Prince George.
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Employment Opportunities in PRINCE GEORGE, KAMLOOPS, and KELOWNA
The BC Regional Council of Carpenters is seeking individuals interested in working as an Overhead Door Technician. Please click the link below for more information.
Finding the Right Job Starts Here
No Matter what your level of work experience or education, if you're unemployed your local WorkBC Centre is here to help you.
Please review the link below containing further information provided by Work BC.
Your Pension and LTD Plan Office is heading your way. Visit the Pop Up Plan Office for a presentation and a 30 minute one-on-one consultation with a Pension Specialist.
Prince George BC - United Steelworkers local 1-424 applied for and received funding through the labour market agreement (LMA) between the federal and Provincial Governments in October 2011
This year over 140 local USW 1-424 members from across the local Union took part in a number of courses organized by the local. The training is extremely valuable to our members dealing with the daily issues of policing the Collective agreement and addressing the concerns brought forward by the members within their operations be they grievances or health and safety issues. Those attending also had the opportunity to do some networking with members from other areas of the local including our new stewards and committees from the mining sector, Automotive and Trucking. Attendees were also given an update and a little history on the Northern Skills Training Pilot and encouraged to talk with their Brothers and sisters at work regarding the value of the program and the long term benefits.
District 3 Director Stephen Hunt demanded action from Government, Worksafe and the RCMP in the wake of yet another sawmill explosion in Northern BC.
Meeting on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 at 6:30 pm at the Coast Inn of the North for family and spouses.
Update on our USW Brothers and Sisters in Burns Lake.
Notice regarding the explosion at Babine Forest Products.
Effect September 1, 2009, the PG Regional Hospital will not be billing us for our member's television services. Therefore, any Member being admitted to the hospital will need to pay the daily rental charges at the time of hook-up and submit the receipt(s) that they are given at the time of payment to the Steelworkers for reimbursement.