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Steelworkers Local 1-425
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Prevost deciding to step away from the position of Local 1-425
Financial Secretary, the Local wishes to offer thanks to Art
Prevost for his service to the union.
Art's position in the local office is former 1st Vice President
Brad Mores. Mark Bissat moves from Local 1-425 2nd Vice
President to 1st Vice President.
Also making a
change is Jason Hughes who moves up to 2nd Vice-President;
Danae Moore steps into the 3rd Vice-President position;
George Matias goes to 4th Vice-President, and Mike
Christensen becomes the Recording Secretary.
Bissat - 1st Vice President
Mores - Financial Secretary
IWA Forest Industry
The IWA Forest Industry Pension Trust and Plan were established in
1973 by an agreement between the I.W.A. and forest industry
employers. The Plan pays pension benefits to vested retired members
of contributing companies based on number of years of service in our
Plan. There are currently about 400 companies participating and
submitting contributions on behalf of approximately 15,000 members.
The Plan is jointly funded by employers and members. The
administration of the Plan is overseen by a Board of Trustees
equally representing the United Steelworkers (formerly I.W.A.
Canada) and forest industry employers.
To contact the
IWA Forest Industry Pension Plan office in Burnaby for questions
and/or other inquires, click here.
And also found on this website under
All Local 1-425 Members
- Please ensure that the Local Union has
your correct mailing address and
Member Services Forms - Find the Change of
Address form, Exoneration form, Refund form, and Pre-Retirement
Designation of Beneficiary form on the
South Cariboo Community Fund - The South
Cariboo Community Fund is made up of funds raised in the South Cariboo
through the United Way and every dollar will be returned to the South
Cariboo community for projects benefiting the people who live here.
Funding decisions are made by a local committee that understands the
needs and priorities of the South Cariboo. For an application form,
The mandate of United
Steelworkers Local 1-425 is to organize the unorganized. The amount of
members organized will never be as important as this Local's commitment
to fairness and equality in the workplace.
Together, we will continue to work towards improvements to pay and
benefits, job security, and seniority rights. We will continue to
strive to improve the health and safety conditions and improve holidays
and vacations for our members. This is USW Local 1-425's commitment to
our members and to those who wish to join us.
The United Steelworkers represents 1.2 million working and retired
members throughout the United States and Canada who are working
together to improve our jobs; to build a better future for our
families; and to promote fairness, justice and equality both on the job
and for teh betterment of society.
Our local union is considered a resource, an organization that helps us
achieve those goals, a network made up of hundreds of thousands of
workers just like you; all united to face the challenge of an
ever-changing workplace in a constantly changing world.
USW union members work in just about every sector of the North American
economy, from metals to mining and manufacturing; from health care to
various services in both the public and private sectors. Together, we
make our union one of the most diverse in the world.
Telephone - 250-398-8248
Toll Free (within BC) 1-888-398-8248
Fax - 250-398-6218
Postal Mailing Address - 124 C North Second Avenue Williams Lake BC V2G
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