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Conseil provincial du Québec des métiers de la construction (International)

Local 4 - International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Trades

Dues: Journeyman: $16, 1st year apprentice: $13, 2nd year apprentice: $14, 3rd year apprentice: $15. These dues will be deducted from the first hour worked in a week or part of week. In addition, the employer must deduct each week $0.025 per hour worked.

In force: July 1, 2014.

Local 7 - International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Trades (Ottawa - Hull)

Dues: $34 per month for journeyman and $0.025 per hour worked. Apprentices: $30 per month and $0.025 per hour worked. Dues deducted by the employer from every worker’s pay the first week worked of every month.

In force: June 27, 2004.

Local 58 - International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators and Asbestos Workers

Dues: 100% per hour worked deducted on the first hour worked each week according to the wage rate of the journeyman or apprentice insulator + $0.02 per hour worked (Union fund for research on prevention of asbestos-related cancers).

In force: January 1, 2006.

Local 62 - Laborers’ International Union of North America

Dues: 65% of the hourly rate per week or part of the week. In addition, the employer must withdraw, each week, $0.065 for each hour worked.

In force: December 26, 2010.

Local 71 - United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry of the United States and Canada

Dues: $31 per month. These dues will be deducted from employees’ pay by the employer in the first week worked of each month. In addition, the employer shall deduct, each week, 1.75% for each hour worked.

In force: July 1, 2016.

Local 89 - International Union of Elevator Constructors

Dues: 1st year, 2nd year and 3rd year apprentices, 3% of the worker’s hourly rate for all hours paid. 4th year, 5th year apprentices and journeymen, 3% of the mechanic’s hourly rate for all hours paid. With a minimum of $12 per week (including the $0.01 per hour for CPQMC – Internationale). The dues of 3% apply to the normal wage rate or the wage rate increased by 50 or 100% when hours are worked at the overtime rate.

In force: January 1, 2017.

Local 96 - International Union of Elevator Constructors (Hull)

Dues: $1.59 per hour worked with a minimum of $63.60 per week. For overtime hours, dues of $2.39 per hour are deducted for time-and-a-half and $3.18 per hour for double-time. 

In force: June 25, 2017. 
(Rate in effect before this date)

Local 101 - International Union of Elevator Constructors (Charlesbourg)

Dues: 3% of the journeyman elevator mechanic hourly rate for each hour worked. These dues apply to the regular wage rate, the time-and-a-half rate, and the double-time rate when the hours worked are overtime hours.

In force: January 1, 2017.

Local 116 - Sheet Metal Workers International Association

Dues: For tinsmiths, the rate is 50% of the hourly rate per week plus $0.10 for each hour worked. For roofers, the rate is 50% of the hourly rate per week plus $0.10 for each hour worked with a maximum of 40 hours per week.

In force: June 27, 2010.

Local 134 - United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America

Dues: 50% of one hour worked per week or part of week, calculated on the hourly rate of the journeyman or apprentice, as the case may be, plus $0.13 for each hour worked for all carpenter-joiners, resilient flooring layers, piling layers, and flooring specialist sanders.

In force: December 30, 2007.

Local 144 - United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry of the United States and Canada (Montréal)

Dues: 70% of hourly rate deducted for every week or part of week, for all trade and occupation codes such as 410, 412, 414, 416, 418, 420, 765, 767 and 771. In addition, the employer must also deduct every week $0.055 per hour worked each week.

In force: July 1, 2015.

Local 160 - United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America

Dues: 50% of one hour worked per week or part of week, calculated on the hourly rate of the journeyman or apprentice, as the case may be, plus $0.13 for each hour worked for all carpenter-joiners, resilient flooring layers, piling layers, and flooring specialist sanders.

In force: December 30, 2007.

Local 271 - International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Ship Builders, Blacksmiths, forgers, and Helpers

Dues: 4.5% of the hourly wage paid for each hour worked, with a maximum of 40 hours per week. In addition, each week the employer will deduct $0.03 for each hour worked. These dues will be deducted by employers from employees’ pay each week. For the purposes of union dues, employers must not include in the hourly wage premiums and travel costs.

In force: July 1, 2007.

Local 349 - Syndicat international des peintres et métiers connexes – Local 349

Dues: 50% of the hourly wage rate per week or part of week worked, calculated on the hourly wage of the journeyman or apprentice, as applicable.

In force: June 25, 2017.
(Rate in effect before this date)

Local 380 - Resilient flooring layers of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (UBCJA)

Dues: 50% of hour worked per week or part of week based on the hourly rate of the journeyman or apprentice, as the case may be, plus $0.13 for each hour worked for all resilient flooring layers.

In force: December 30, 2007.

Local 500 - United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting industry of the United States and Canada

Dues: 90% of hourly wage rate per week or part of week worked. The employer must also deduct every week $0.20 per hour worked.

In force: January 1, 2017.

Local 527-A - Laborers International Union of North America (Hull)

Dues: 65% of the worker’s hourly wage per week or part of week. In addition, the employer must deduct every week $0.065 per hour worked.

In force: January 1, 2016.

Local 568 - International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (Montréal)

For journeyman electricians and linesmen, 75% of one hour worked per week or part of the week, calculated on the hourly rate of a journeyman electrician, as defined in Annex B of the collective agreement in the industrial sector, as well as $0.05 for each hour worked.

For apprentice electricians: 50% of one hour worked per week or part of the week, calculated on the hourly rate of a journeyman electrician, as defined in Annex B of the collective agreement in the industrial sector, as well as $0.05 per hour worked.

In force: January 1, 2013.

Local 586-4 - International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (Hull)

The dues for local 586-4 must be eliminated because in January 2008 local 568 of the FIOE obtained complete jurisdiction in Québec. As a consequence, all electricians, apprentices, and linesmen working in Quebec belong to local 568.

In force: January 1, 2013.

Local 711 - International Association of Bridge, Structural and Ornamental Iron Workers

Dues: 3% of the base hourly wage for each hour worked. These dues will be deducted by the employer from employees’ pay each week. For the purpose of union dues, the employer must not include premiums and travel costs in calculation of the wage.

In force: January 1, 2017.

Local 761 - United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America (UBCJA)

Dues: 50% of one hour worked per week or part of week, calculated on the hourly rate of the journeyman or apprentice, as the case may be, plus $0.13 for each hour worked for all carpenter-joiners, resilient flooring layers, piling layers, and flooring specialist sanders.

In force: December 30, 2007.

Local 825 - United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry of the United States and Canada (Sherbrooke)

Dues: 65% of the hourly rate, deducted each week or part of week worked. In addition, the employer will deduct $0.075 per hour worked.

In force: December 26, 1999.

Local 853 - Association unie des compagnons et apprentis de l’industrie de la plomberie et de la tuyauterie des États-Unis et du Canada

For journeymen $34 per month and for apprentices $29 per month. These dues will deducted by the employer from employees’ pay in the first week worked of each month. In addition, the employer will have to pay, each week, $0.45 for each hour worked.

In force: January 1, 2013.

Local 905 - International Union of Operating Engineers

Dues: Crane operator, shovel operator, heavy equipment operator, and truck driver. 60% of the class A journeyman wage rate in the trade or occupation practised by the employee. Heavy equipment mechanic, operator of concrete pump 42 metres and more, and operator of concrete pump under 42 metres, and all other occupations under our jurisdiction. 60% of the journeyman wage rate in the trade or occupation practised by the employee. These dues will be deducted at source by the employer on the first day or part of the day worked of each week. In addition, the employer will deduct at source $0.15 for each hour worked.

In force: July 1, 2015.

Local 929 - Operative Plasterers’ and Cement Masons’ International Association

30% of hourly wage rate deducted by the employer for every week or part of week worked, plus $0.035 per hour worked.

In force: January 1, 2014.

Local 1135 - Syndicat international des peintres et métiers connexes

Dues: 60% of hourly wage rate per week or part of week worked, calculated on the basis of the hourly rate of the journeyman or apprentice, as the case may be.

In force: April 30, 2017.
(Rate in effect before this date)

Local 1604 - International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers – Alarm Systems and Signalling Sector

Dues: Each month: $18. Each week: 1% of gross wages and $0.045 per hour worked.

In force: January 1, 2016

Local 1929 Syndicat international des peintres et métiers connexes – Local 1929

Dues: 50% of the hourly wage rate per week or part of week worked, calculated on the hourly wage of the journeyman or apprentice, as applicable. 

In force: June 25, 2017.
(Rate in effect before this date)

Local 2182 - Mécanicien industriel–Millwright

Dues: 2.5% of basic salary rate per hour worked. Dues to be deducted by the employer every week. The employer must also deduct every week $0.02 per hour worked.

In force: January 1, 1990.