IW in Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Local 771 is right at the heart of Western Canada's construction boom.
Its 850 members are working as often as they want, and they’re often supplemented by hundreds of members from other locals across Canada and the United States.
Despite these numbers, there are still open calls. At this time, the Saskatchewan Local needs experienced structural and reinforcing ironworkers.
The Local's biggest projects involve billion-dollar potash mine expansions, including one near Saskatoon that is the IWI’s largest project across Canada. There are more major resource projects on the books, so the Local’s future demand is looking pretty solid.
Local 771 operates a training program at its Regina headquarters, and offers apprentice training through the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science & Technology’s Moose Jaw campus.
Members enjoy a 100% employer-paid benefit plan with some additional medical benefits, and a defined contribution pension plan.
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