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IAM District 11
District 11 Represents 10,000 members in Québec.

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

IAM District 78
District 78 Representing approximately 3,500 members in Ontario.

IAM District 140
District 140 Representing the air transport Division in Canada

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

IAM District 250
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 Lodge 11
Local Lodge 11 - We represent some 450 aerospace workers in Delta, British Columbia. Stay tuned as we bring you news and information about our local lodge, our national union, and the North America-wide aerospace industry in which we work.

Local Lodge 16
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
Local Lodge 32 - Local Lodge 32 is part of the IAMAW District 140. We serve the men and women of the NFTC Program and our lodge covers two geographical work footprints. There is an operational base located at 4 Wing - Cold Lake, Alberta and an operational base located at 15 Wing Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

Local Lodge 54
Local Lodge 54 - Odessa, Ontario

Local Lodge 99
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.

Local Lodge 103
Local Lodge 103 - The IAM in Canada received its first charter for Local Lodge 103 in Stratford, Ontario. Since that time, the IAM has grown to spread out all over Canada. The tradition remains strong.

Local Lodge 235
Local Lodge 235 - Local Lodge 235 was the second local chartered in Canada in 1891. Since that time it has widened its scope and is a multi-faceted local representing workplaces ranging from bakeries to public transportation.

Local Lodge 386
Local Lodge 386 - Owen Sound, Ontario

Local Lodge 456
Local Lodge 456 - Local 456 was granted its charter on May 18, 1901. Like the parent union, our members were part of a railroad, the Esquimalt/Nanaimo Railway. Over the years we have expanded into the shipyards, pulp and paper mills small machine shops and manufacturers for the marine industry.

Local Lodge 608
Local Lodge 608 - IAMAW Local 608 is a composite local representing the Millwrights, Electricians, Carpenters, Sheet Metal Workers, Heavy equipment operators, Stores Keepers, and Decontam monitors at the Canadian Nuclear Laboratories at Whiteshell facility at Pinawa, Manitoba, Canada. The local also represents the town workers & office staff of Pinawa.

Local Lodge 692
Local Lodge 692 has been around since 1919. We represent members in heavy industries, manufacturing, shipyards, construction and many small shops.
Local Lodge 712
Local Lodge 712 - Since 1940, the Local 712 represents members AIMTA-FTQ company Bombardier Canadair Division, members of the company L3Com MAS Canada Mirabel, members of the company Aramark Cafeteria, members of the company Cafeteria Compass and International North Shore.

Airline Lodge 714
Local Lodge 714 received it’s charter on November 29, 1939 and represents workers from Thunder Bay, Ontario to Saskatchewan.

Local Lodge 717 Turbo
Local Lodge 717 Turbo, chartered in 1953, is affiliated to IAM District 78. We represent two hundred members employed at Magellan Aerospace in Mississauga Ontario. For more than sixty years we have manufactured, repaired and overhauled turbo fan engines for use in Commercial and military aerospace. We work primarily on GE404, GE414 and J85 engines. We also manufacture components for all makes and models of turbo fan power plants.

Spitfire Lodge 741
Spitfire Lodge 741 - This Local was chartered in 1941. The name of the lodge is Spitfire Lodge Local 741. It was named after the Spitfire fighter that was made by McDonald Aerospace, the predecessor of Magellan Aerospace. The members of this lodge currently make air to ground missiles , drones and the Black Brant sub-orbital rocket for Canada, United States, Britain, Australia and other countries.

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

Local Lodge 869
Local Lodge 869 Representing workers at Rolls-Royce.

Local Lodge 901
Local 901 represents various manufacturing locations east of Toronto.

Local Lodge 905
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 922
Local Lodge 922 - Sherbrooke, QC

Local Lodge 1120
Originally chartered on May 20 1943, “Victory” Lodge 1710 was located in Fort William Ontario.

On January 1, 1946, Local Lodge 1710 was merged into Local Lodge 112o and represented Fort William and Port Arthur. It was at this time the Lodge became 1120 and went by the name “Garage Employees”.

The Lodge took its present form on January 20, 1975, following the 1970 amalgamation of Fort William and Port Arthur when it became the City of Thunder Bay. It retained the Lodge 1120, although the Lodge nickname was changed to “Thunder Bay”.

Local Lodge 1295
Local Lodge 1295 represents hotel workers and those in the healthcare sector across Ontario.

Local Lodge 1542
LL 1542 represents approximately 400 employees at Arnprior Aerospace Inc, and 50 employees at Hypernetics.

Local Lodge 1660
Local lodge 1660 of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (I.A.M.A.W.) was founded by workers of what was then Dominion Engineering Works of Lachine, a suburb of Montreal, in Quebec, Canada. We received our Charter in March of 1943, and signed our first contract with Dominion Engineering Works in March of 1944. Over the years, our Lodge became a composite Lodge with the addition of Black McDonald in the sixties, followed by Zimcor, Bedarco, and Godfrey-Howden, some of these companies having since closed, or been renamed. In 1962 General Electric bought Dominion Engineering Works, and in 1984 they split up the company by selling the paper-making machine business to Valmet, of Finland. Dominion Engineering Works then became GE Hydro, which was still the main bargaining unit in the Local Lodge, had a membership of about 280 members as of August 2008. Since then, the unit was bought by Metso Minerals, (a Finnish multinational). The laboratory and the bar plant were sold to Andritz Hydro of Austria.

Northern Crossroads Local 1681
Northern Crossroads Local 1681 - Representing workers from Air Canada in Calgary and Edmonton, as well as Globe Ground Edmonton.
Automotive Local Lodge 1722
Automotive Local Lodge 1722 - Edmonton, Grand Pararie and Calgary

Local Lodge 1751
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
Local Lodge 1763 - Representing workers at Air Canada in the Maritimes.

Automotive Lodge 1857
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 1922
Local Lodge 1922 - Mississauga, ON. Members of our local are employed at Orenda Aerospace as well as the City of Mississauga.

Local Lodge 1975
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 1953
Local Lodge 1953 - Local Lodge 1953 represents the unionized workers at Motor Coach Industries Limited in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The local is affiliated to District 181

Local Lodge 2323
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 2413
On March 10, 1970, the IAM granted a charter to Local 2413. The original 55 members developed the fledgling Local Lodge into a force which now represents aviation workers, transportation workers and workers in the manufacturing sector, building a cohesive force which has gained a reputation as a fighting force for decent working conditions and equitable pay for its members.

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

Local Lodge 2583
Local Lodge 2583 located in Calgary, Alberta

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

Local Lodge 2734
Local Lodge 2734 Located in Calgary, Alberta

Local Lodge 2797 IAMAW Acadia Lodge Local 2797 was granted a charter in August 1991. We are a composite local made up of five different employers: CFAD, Menzies, NSGEU, NSTU, and Swissport.

Local Lodge 2921
Local Lodge 2921 - Representing Airport Screening Officers at the Toronto airports

Local Lodge 2922
Local Lodge 2922 - Representing workers at Fabrene in North Bay