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Local 1999

Brothers and Sisters,

Local 488 has been asked to raise our voice against Local 1999 and the destructive labour tactics they employ. Click this link to share an email protesting the race to the bottom Local 1999 is currently creating!

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Milwaukee Special Event

Prime Fasteners and Tools, a proud sponsor of the Local 488 Jack and Shirley Hubler Memorial Golf Tournament, would like ot invite all members out for a Milwaukee Tent Event, demonstrations and special deals on those days only in Calgary and Edmonton! Look below for all information!

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K-Days Group Sale Local 488

Local 488 has been given the opportunity for members to purchase tickets to K-days at the discounted Group Sale Rate offered by Explore Edmonton.

General Admission

Regular Price: $15 + tax and service charges

Group Sale Price: $9 + tax and service charges

Ride-All-Day Package

*Includes General Admission*

The Ride-All-Day package is valid for ALL ages any ONE day from July 21-30, this gives you access to the K-days grounds with your General Admission & gets you access to all the Midway Rides

Regular Price: $48 + tax and service charges

Group Sale Price: $38 + tax and service charges

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Voting Rights Information from PAC

Good Morning Brothers and sisters,

I hope you are all well. Below is some information on voting rights. Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns. Always seek your job steward first then to an agent if necessary. Thank you for all your efforts in the spring.

Voting in Federal, Provincial or Municipal Elections The Canada Elections Act, Alberta Election Act, and Alberta Local Authorities Election Act stipulate an employee, who qualifies as an elector, will be allowed three consecutive hours during the period polls are open, to vote in federal, provincial, or municipal elections. Employees who work the normal daily hours of 8:15 am to 4:30 pm on Election Day do not require time off when the polls close at 7:30 pm or later. For employees who work shifts, work irregular hours, or vote at an advance poll, departments should ensure the employee’s work schedule allows for the required three consecutive hours. Employees will not be deducted salary for time off to vote. This includes advanced polls so if you have had 3 consecutive hours on any day the polls are open including advanced polls employers are not required to allow you to leave early on election day. You can vote at any polling station in the advanced polling locations even if it is not in your residency area.

Please get out and vote and have your voice heard in the Provincial election.

All election information can be found at: