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Machinists Councils Districts
District 11 Representing 10,000 members in Québec.

District 14 Representing 3 Locals and 7 collective agreements in Alberta since 1962.

District 78 Representing approximately 3,500 members in Ontario.

District 140 Representing the air transport Division in Canada

District 181 Located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, District 181 currently has 4 Locals and 10 collective agreements under its jurisdictionDistrict 184.

District 250 Northwest District 250 o f the IAM, formed in 1988, consists of members belonging to seven Local Lodges, several of which have been representing workers since the beginning of the 1900’s. We represent over 4,000 working men and women in over 125 Companies.


Local Lodges
Local Lodge 16 – We represent member in seven companies: Aeroguard, Air Transat, GlobeGround North America, Galt Western, Piedmonth Hawthorne, YYJ FBO services and Worldwide Flight Services.Local Lodge 32 – Members in Cold Lake, Alberta and Moose Jaw Saskatchewan

Local Lodge 54 – [ms] Odessa, Ontario

Local Lodge 99 Representing members in the employ of Finning (Canada) Ltd in Alberta and The Northwest Territories, Canada, and in the employ of Kal Tire in Fort McMurray and Mildred Lake, Alberta, Canada. We received our Charter on May 01, 1992.

Frontier Lodge 171

Local Lodge 219

Local Lodge 386 – Owen Sound, Ontario

Local Lodge 412 – [ms] With members in Ottawa, Kanata and Cornwall.

Local Lodge 608 – Pinawa, Manitoba

Local Lodge 692 – British Columbia

Local Lodge 712 – Celebrating 35 years at Canadair.

Airline Lodge 714 – Winnipeg, Manitoba

Local Lodge 717 Turbo – Toronto, Ontario. Members of Orenda Aerospace.

Spitfire Lodge 741

Local Lodge 764
Representing air transport workers in British columbia and the Yukon.

Local Lodge 863 – Burlington, Ontario

Local Lodge 869
Representing workers at Rolls-Royce.

Local Lodge 905
The members of Local Lodge 905 are employees of Messier-Dowty Toronto and Cametoid Ltd.  Located in the Regional Municipality of Durham, just east of Toronto, Ontario, Local 905 currently has 200 members.  The Local Lodge was chartered on the 28th of April, 1959.

Local Lodge 1120 Chartered on January 01, 1946.

Local Lodge 1542 – [ms] Arnprior, Ontario

Local Lodge 1550 – [ms] Stratford, Ontario

Local Lodge 1579

Local Lodge 1660 Chartered on January 28, 1943.

Northern Crossroads Local 1681 – Representing workers from Air Canada in Calgary and Edmonton, as well as Globe Ground Edmonton.

Automotive Local Lodge 1722 – Edmonton, Grand Pararie and Calgary

Local Lodge 1751 Representing mechanics (avionic, inflight services, electricians, power plant mechanics, ground equipment mechanics), customer services (ground services, cargo, cabin services), stores and cafeteria of Air Canada (Quebec and Maritimes). Local Lodge 1751 was established March 08, 1946 and Chartered on January 08, 1947.

Local Lodge 1763 – Representing workers at Air Canada in the Maritimes. 

Automotive Lodge 1857 – We are an Automotive Lodge with members working in dealerships, machine shops, truck body manufacture and radiator building. We are based in the Vancouver area but represent members throughout British Columbia.

Local Lodge 1927 – Stratford, Ontario

Section locale 1922 – Mississauga, ON. Members of our local are employed at Orenda Aerospace as well as the City of Mississauga.

Local Lodge 1975 Our Local has been in St. Thomas since May 15, 1958.   It was chartered with 75  members, and currently has about 220 hourly including 10  students working for the summer.

Local Lodge 2323 The Members of Local Lodge 2323 are employees of Air Canada  in Toronto and Ottawa and Haycot Services Inc. in Toronto.   In our Local Lodge we currently have over 3,500 members, of which approximately 680 are retirees.  Our Local Lodge was chartered on the 1st of January, 1968.

Local Lodge 2330 – [ms] Located in Cambridge, Ontario

Local Lodge 2412 – [ms] North Bay, Ontario

Local Lodge 2468 Representing Rolls Royce and Siemens workers in Montreal.

Local Lodge 2583 located in Calgary, Alberta

Local Lodge 2603 Representing Air Canada’s Finance Branch, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Local Lodge 2734 Located in Calgary, Alberta

Local Lodge 2792 Tillsonburg, Ontario

 

Local Lodge 2797 – Enfield, Nova Scotia

Local Lodge 2913 – Air Services Lodge 2913 is based out of Pearson Airport in Toronto, Ontario

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IAMAW International
With nearly 700,000 active and retired members, the IAM is one of the largest and most diverse labor unions in North America.
From Boeing and Lockheed Martin to United Airlines and Harley-Davidson, you will find IAM members across all walks of life. IAM members demand
respect and dignity in the workplace.

William W. Winpisinger Education & Technology Center
The W3 Center embodies the IAM’s commitment to providing top-notch training to the current and future leaders of the IAM to help our members navigate the rapidly changing world of work in the 21st century.
Canadian Machinists Conference
The CMC was formed to represent the interests of IAM members in Canada and to host the first Canadian Grand Lodge Convention. It also functions as a political action arm for members.

Ontario Provincial Council of Machinists
The purpose of the Ontario Provincial Council of Machinists is to promote the interests of the membership of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers throughout the province of Ontario.

Québec Provincial Council of Machinists
The CMQ brings together all IAMAW members from Quebec's affiliated locals.
The IAMAW, affiliated with the FTQ, is the largest union in the aerospace and air transportation industry in North America and has close to 15,000 members in Quebec.
District 11
Representing 10,000 members in Québec.

District 14
Representing 3 Locals and 7 collective agreements in Alberta since 1962.

District 78
Representing approximately 3,500 members in Ontario.

District 140
Representing the air transport Division in Canada

District 181
Located in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, District 181 currently has 4 Locals and 10 collective agreements under its jurisdictionDistrict 184.

District 250
Northwest District 250 o f the IAM, formed in 1988, consists of members belonging to seven Local Lodges, several of which have been representing workers since the beginning of the 1900’s. We represent over 4,000 working men and women in over 125 Companies.
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