Building Trades Leaders Meet with New Canadian Prime Minister

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Ottawa, ON

At the meeting with the new Prime Minister, seated from left: Darrell LaBoucan, Ironworkers; Roy Finley, Teamsters; Cory Channon, Boilermakers; François Laporte, President of Teamsters Canada; Ben McIntyre, Elevator Constructors; James Jackson, Sheet Metal Workers. Standing, from left: Larry Cann, Administrative Assistant to the UA General President; Lionel Railton, Operating Engineers; Richard Wassill, Plasterers and Cement Masons; Steve Schumann, Operating Engineers; Joe Mancinelli, Labourers; Prime Minister Justin Trudeau; Robert Blakely, Chief Operating Officer, Canada’s Building Trades Unions; Fred Clare, Insulators; Bob Kucheran, (Chair of Canada’s Building Trades Unions) Painters; and Craig Strudwick, Bricklayers.

Justin Trudeau, in one of his first acts after being elected Prime Minister of Canada from the Liberal Party, was to meet with Canada’s Building Trades Unions to hear Labour’s views on repeal of Bill C377, the Union Disclosure Act that targets all labour organizations and which would have cost millions of dollars to implement. The bill was a thinly disguised attempt to turn members against their unions.

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Assis de gauche: Darrell LaBoucan, Ironworkers; Roy Finley, Teamsters; Cory Channon, Boilermakers; François Laporte, President of Teamsters Canada; Ben McIntyre, Elevator Constructors; James Jackson, Sheet Metal Workers. Debout, de gauche: Larry Cann, assistant administratif, UA General President; Lionel Railton, Operating Engineers; Richard Wassill, Plasterers and Cement Masons; Steve Schumann, Operating Engineers; Joe Mancinelli, Labourers; Premier ministre Justin Trudeau; Robert Blakely, Officier d’opération du Canada, Les Syndicats des métiers de la construction du Canada (SMCC); Fred Clare, Insulators; Bob Kucheran, (Président, SMCC) Painters; and Craig Strudwick, Bricklayers.

Un des premiers gestes posés par Justin Trudeau, du Parti libéral, après avoir été élu premier ministre du Canada, a été de rencontrer les dirigeants du les Syndicats des métiers de la construction du Canada(SMCC) afin d’entendre le point de vue de la main-d’œuvre au sujet de l’abrogation de la loi C377, cette loi sur la divulgation par les syndicats qui vise toutes les organisations de main-d’œuvre et qui coûterait des millions de dollars à mettre en œuvre. Cette loi était une tentative mal déguisée de retourner les syndiqués contre leurs syndicats.

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