Local 675 Collective Agreement 2017

The Carpenters` District Council of Ontario consists of 16 local unions affiliated with the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners across the province. In total, we represent more than 26,000 women and men who work in a wide range of fields, including carpentry, dry construction, resistant flooring, concrete formwork, underwater construction, welding, scaffolding and a long list of other construction-related work. On behalf of our affiliated premises, the CDC conducts centralized collective bargaining in the construction sector. The resulting provincial collective agreements are the foundation of one of the most productive and effective employment service systems in the world. COVID-19 offers an opportunity to improve long-term care… In a booming housing market, it is inconceivable to believe that craftsmen who build the interior systems of today`s homes would not be adequately compensated for their skills. The employer`s offer must take these issues into account. “Local 675 is very interested to come back to the table and return to the site to complete the construction of Ontario,” said Iannuzzi. For more information: Nikki Holland, Director of Public Affairs, 905-652-4140 x271 Carpenters` District Council of Ontario appoints Equity and… Today`s houses include cathedral ceilings, several levels and dimensions, as well as new materials and technologies. Workers in the cabinetmakers` union are constantly improving their skills to meet the new requirements for this demanding sector of the construction industry. A house is not a house without walls, insulation and dry construction. The cabinetmakers` union is removing union members because of the racist workplace law …

VAUGHAN, ON, May 2, 2016 /CNW/ – The residential division of Drywall Acoustic Lathing and Insulation Local 675 – Carpenters` District Council of Ontario (“CDC”) went on strike this morning after more than three months of negotiations. These members install dry and indoor construction systems in high-rise buildings and flat housing throughout the GTA. The more than 2,000 members of Local 675`s residential department want a respectful and honest offer from their employers, represented by the Interior Systems Contractors Association. The days of boxing houses with four walls and a door are long gone. Modern residences, whether detached houses, townhouses and multiplexes or condos, are complex structures with complex and sophisticated interior systems. “It is important that our compensation reflects both the increasing difficulty of our work and the training we need to do the job safely and properly,” said Tony Iannuzzi, President of Local 675 and Executive Secretary of the Carpenters District Council of Ontario.