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In this age of organized effort, it is essential that those engaged at our trade must likewise organize in order to establish and maintain desirable working conditions and thus provide for themselves and their families that measure of comfort, happiness and security to which every good citizen is entitled in return for his or her labour from a deep sense of pride in our trade, to give a fair day’s work for a fair day’s pay.

Recent News

2019 Canadian Competition

Posted on: 20-Jun-2019

Congrats to Dale Mitchell on his 3rd place finish at the 2019 Canadian Conference Apprentice competition!!

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32nd Annual South Sask Golf

Posted on: 13-May-2019

SHEET METAL WORKERS LOCAL 296 32th ANNUAL SOUTH-SASK GOLF TOURNAMENT DATE: Saturday May 25, 2019 PLACE: Sherwood Forest Country Club TIME: Registration at 8:30 am COST: $..

2018 Pin Presentations

Posted on: 15-Apr-2019

On Behalf of the members of Local 296 we would like to congratulate the members below for their continuous service with the Sheet Metal Workers International Association. {module_photogallery,..

The Robert J. Watson National Bursary

Posted on: 15-Sep-2018

The Robert J. Watson National Bursary Please be advised that the 2018 RJW National Bursary is officially open and accepting applications. Eighty-eight (88) one thousand dollar ($1000) bursaries will b..

Labour Day Picnic

Posted on: 30-Aug-2018

The Labour Day Picnic will take place Monday September 3rd from 12pm to 3:30pm on the West Lawns of the Legislative Building in Regina. This year Local 296 will be s..

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