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Your UniforLocal3005 Resource Hub


Manitoba Federation


Union Retirees


General Meeting


 Date: May 6th, 11am

             Where: Union Centre,

                     275 Broadway

                          Room: 2B         

                    (Also will be on Zoom)


More information regarding the agenda, speakers etc. will follow closer to the date.

Book your calendars!

Who We Are – Congress of Union Retirees of Canada

Canadian Council

Unifor Canadian Council meets September 27 - 29, 2024 in Montreal. 

The Council brings together representatives from each Unifor Local across Canada. Delegates will discuss important issues and resolutions and reflect on all that we have accomplished since Unifor was formed in 2013. 

Canada Council

Retiree Council

Unifor Retiree Council will meet September 1 - 6, 2024 in Port Elgin. The Council brings together representatives from each Unifor Local Chapter across Canada. Delegates will discuss important issues and resolutions affecting retirees in Canada and work on strategies to bring these to the forefront of political representatives at every level. Our Local 3005 Retiree Chapter is entitled to one delegate. 

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Aerospace Council

Unifor Aerospace Council will meet in August in Halifax. Our Local will be participating as member of the Council, with 3 delegates.


Canada’s aerospace industry is an important component in the Canadian manufacturing ecosystem. It is a leader of research and development in the manufacturing sectors. It invests heavily in advanced technologies and materials for use in the defence and space exploration industries that often find a place in consumer markets. Workforce development and planning is critical. Governments must ensure the existing workforce is sufficiently trained for current and future technologies as well as ensuring training capacity is sufficient to meet anticipated growth. Capitalizing on Canadian skills and capabilities is crucial and can be done by ensuring procurement of government, military and emergency response aircraft are filled by Canadian companies with the skills and expertise to meet tactical requirements. Governments at the federal and provincial levels need to maximize returns on current R&D investments. Just as important is expanding both the funding amounts available and the scope of eligible activities to develop the technology that will sustain and grow the aerospace industry while supporting the air transport sector to transition to greener, cleaner travel.

All of these goals must be brought under the umbrella of a National Aerospace Industrial Strategy to ensure the industry continues to get even stronger with high quality employment, a strong and resilient supply chain, thriving commercial and defence sectors and multi-stakeholder engagement.

Unifor represents more than 11,000 aerospace workers across Canada performing highly specialized jobs in diverse workplaces and sub-industries including commercial, military and space exploration. Unifor aerospace members are highly skilled and rigorously trained. Unifor members design, build and finish commercial and utility aircraft; build component parts for commercial and defence aircraft; conduct overhaul and maintenance work on civilian, military and government aircraft; design and manufacturing simulators and training devices for a range of commercial and military aircraft and are engaged in the production of satellites and robotics for space exploration. Unifor has 30 bargaining units at 23 employers, making up 3% of Unifor membership. The industry has a fairly high rate of unionization with overall union coverage sitting at about 27%.

Unifor in the Aerospace Industry

Select Unifor Employers with Approx. # Members

Bombardier Canada 4,000

Pratt & Whitney Canada 2,300

Boeing of Canada 1,050

I.M.P. Group Ltd. 450

Cascade 450

CMC Electronics 400

Magellan Aerospace 320

Aerospace Council
Current Events
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Unifor represents over 100,000 women across the country in all major sectors of the economy.

The 2024 National Women's Conference will take place at the Port Elgin Family Education Centre from

Sunday, August 18 to Wednesday, August 21.

Save the date and watch your email and this page for event information including how to register to attend.

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Prairie Council

Council will be held in person from

Wednesday May 1, 2024 to Friday May 3, 2024 in Regina, SK at the Delta Hotels by Marriott Regina.

Retiree Chapter Meeting and Luncheon - December 3, 2024

Unifor Local 3005 Chapter will hold its traditional luncheon on December 3 at Caboto Centre 1055 Wilkes Avenue. Doors will open at 10:00. This year we are inviting Bristol/Magellan members, whether retired or still active, to participate at the luncheon.  

If you would like to attend, please contact one of the Chapter's Executive members for further details. The Executive Members are Giovanni Versace, Orville Desjarlais, Brian Rebizant, and Pavol Kollar. 

Upcoming Events

Unifor offers a number of courses in Winnipeg.

Grievance Handling and Workplace Leadership - March 19-21 (Reg. by Feb 27) 

Bullying in the Workplace: An Occupational Hazard - April 8 

(Reg. by March 18)

Health & Safety: Beyond the Basics -

April 9-11 (Reg. by March 19)

Getting to Know Your Union - May 13

(Reg. by April 22)

Grievance Handling and Workplace Leadership - May 14-16

(Reg. by April 23)

Collective Bargaining - Jun 4 - 6

(Reg. by May 14).

Contact Local Executive Members

for registration and other info if interested.


Next Retiree breakfast

March 27, 2024

Retiree breakfasts will reconvene on Wednesday, March 27 at 9:00 at the Smitty's on Pembina at Kirkbridge Dr

Come out, if you can, and catch up with your friends and ex-colleagues from Bristol/Magellan. It is always a great time.

Check for future dates under the Retiree Chapter  page.


Rolly Charette Scholarships


The Local provides funding for two scholarships of $250 each, to be awarded to Local 3005 members or children of members, entering first year of post secondary schools (College or University). The bursaries are to be awarded in the month of October. Contact the Local President, Local Secretary or the Plant Chairperson for more info if interested in applying.

Magellan Retirees
Golf Club


This to let retirees know that tentative tee times for our group have been made at 

Shooters Family golf for 10:00 a.m. 

on Wednesday May 1st. 


Will need confirmation from those who would like to come out so I can give final numbers to the course manager.

It will be 18 holes. If you want a cart rental let me know so we can set that up also.

Thank you 

Willy Wall 

Canadian Dental Care Program


The federal government is introducing the long-awaited Canada Dental Care Program in the coming months.  Here is what is happening...

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Photo gallery of past events

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