CMAW Convention - St. Eugene delegates with new charters

SCAFFOLDERS WANTED (Journeyman/ Apprentices/ Supervisors)

Please fax (604 437-1110) or email your resume to council@cmaw.ca – phone calls will not be accepted.

CMAW members working in DCM plant shop in Ft McMurray, Alberta.

Dependent children of CMAW members attending post-secondary education are eligible to apply for a John St-Amand/Madeleine Parent Bursary from the Confederation of Canadian Unions.

CMAW had the opportunity to participate in Mediaplanet Canada's Organized Labour campaign where industry leaders united to educate others on the importance of Canadian Unions.

Established in 2004, CMAW's role is to establish and maintain the best possible standards of pay, benefits, and working conditions for members; to organize the unorganized; to promote progressive labour and human rights legislation; to cooperate with other unions and organizations to achieve these aims; to encourage social unionism; to promote and champion workers' legitimate struggles; to provide aid and assistance to members so that they may share in benefits of collective agreements and favourable employment legislation; and to inform and educate workers on the principles and policies of the organization and the benefits they may achieve through organization and collective bargaining. 

Shop Union