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Fédération des travailleurs du Québec (FTQ-Construction)

Local 1 - Union des carreleurs et métiers connexes

For all journeymen, $15.75 per week will be deducted on the first hour worked of the week or part of the week. These dues will be deducted by the employer. For all 1st, 2nd, 3rd period apprentices: $13.75 will be deducted on the first hour worked of the week or part of the week. These dues will be deducted by the employer.

In force: January 1, 2013.

Local 3 - Association nationale des travailleurs en réfrigération, climatisation et protection-incendie

Dues: For all members, 45% of the journeyman’s hourly wage (in compliance with schedules B and B-1 of the collective agreement for the industrial sector) per week or part of week.

In force: January 1, 2016.

Local 9 - Fraternité nationale des charpentiers-menuisiers (Local section 9)

Dues: 50% of one hour worked per week or part of week, calculated on the basis of the hourly rate of the journeyman or apprentice, as the case may be, plus $0.035 per hour.

In force: January 1, 2012.

Local 99 - Association nationale des peintres et métiers connexes

Dues: $37 per month for all journeymen painters, and $32 for apprentice painters. These dues are to be deducted by the employer from every worker’s pay on the first week or part of week worked of every month. The employer must also deduct every week $0.12 per hour worked.

In force: January 1, 2014.

Local 100 - Association canadienne des métiers de la truelle

Dues: Journeymen and occupation, $20.00 per week or part of week worked by the employee. The employer will deduct these dues from the employees’ wages each week, for a maximum of 23 weeks per year. The maximum payment of $460 applies solely to the following trade codes: 110, 140, 200, 370, 372, and 715. Apprentices, $15.00 per week or part of week worked by the employee. The employer will deduct these dues from the employees’ wages each week, for a maximum of 23 weeks per year. The maximum payment of $345 applies solely to the following trade codes: 110, 140, 200, 370, 372.

In force: December 30, 2007.

Local 135 - Monteurs mécaniciens vitriers – Local 135

Dues: 50% of hourly wage rate per week or part of week. In addition, the employer must deduct $0.05 for each hour worked every week.

In force: July 1, 2016.
(Rate in effect before this date

Local 618 - Association nationale des travailleurs en tuyauterie et calorifugeurs

Dues: 90% of the hourly wage rate for each week or part of a week. These dues are deducted by the employer from the workers’ weekly salaries. In addition, the employer must deduct $0.055 for each hour worked every week.

In force: January 1, 2017.
(Rate in effect before this date)

Local 777 - Fraternité nationale des poseurs d’acier d’armature

Dues: 50% of the journeyman or apprentice hourly wage rate, as applicable, for each week or part of the week, plus $0.15 for each hour worked. These dues are deducted at source by the employer each week from the employees’ pay.

In force: July 1, 2015.

Local 791 - Union des opérateurs de machinerie lourde, Local section 791

Dues: 65% of one hour worked per week or part of week, calculated on the hourly rate of the heavy equipment operator, class AA in compliance with the labour agreement of the Civil Engineering and Roads sector (appendix D, schedule 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.). In addition, the employer must deduct $0.10 per hour worked each week, for all the family of trades or occupations represented by the Union des opérateurs de machinerie lourde, Local 791.

In force: July 1, 2012.

Local 791G - Union des opérateurs grutiers, Local section 791G

Dues: For all members, two and a half hours worked per month, calculated on the basis of the hourly rate of the class A cranemanbased on the collective agreement for the institutional and commercial sector (appendix C). The employer will deduct these dues from the employees’ wages the first week or part of week worked each month. The employer must also deduct every week $0.10 for each hour worked.

In force: January 1, 2006.

Local 1675 - Linemen

Merged on January 1, 1990, with the Fraternité interprovinciale des ouvriers en électricité (F.I.P.O.E.). See F.I.P.O.E.

Local 1676 - Fraternité provinciale des ouvriers en électricité (monteurs de lignes)

Dues: For all members, 55% of one hour worked, calculated on the hourly rate of a lineman, 1st class, as defined in Appendix E1 of the collective agreement for the civil engineering and roadwork sector. These dues will be deducted at source by the employer each week or part of the week. In addition, the employer will deduct at source, each week, $0.05 for each hour worked.

In force: December 27, 2009.

Local 1981 - Association nationale des mécaniciens industriels

Dues: 2.5% of basic salary rate deducted for each hour worked. The employer must also deduct every week $0.03 per hour worked.

In force: June 28, 1992.

Local 2016 - Syndicat interprovincial des ferblantiers et couvreurs

Dues: For the trade of tinsmith, 50% of the hourly rate per week or part of the week, plus $0.02 per hour worked per week or part of the week. For the trade of roofer, 38% of the hourly rate per week or part of the week, plus $0.03 per hour worked per week or part of the week.

In force: January 1, 2014.

Local 2366 - Fraternité nationale des poseurs de systèmes intérieurs, revêtements souples et parqueteurs-sableurs (section Locale 2366)

Dues: For the interior system applicators, carpenter-joiners, hardwood floor layers, and resilient floor layers, 50% of the employee’s hourly rate per week or part of week. In addition, the employer will deduct $0.035 per hour worked each week.

In force: January 1, 2012.

Local AMAQ - Association des métiers de l’acier du Québec

Dues: 50% of the journeyman or apprentice hourly wage rate, as applicable, for each week or part of the week, plus $0.15 for each hour worked. These dues are deducted at source by the employer each week from the employees’ pay. In force: July 1, 2015. AMI Association des manoeuvres interprovinciaux Dues: 80% of one hour worked per week or part of week.

In force: June 28, 1998.

FIPOE - Fraternité interprovinciale des ouvriers en électricité Electricians, journeymen and apprentices – Elevator mechanics, journeymen and apprentices – Linemen and all workers registered in schedules E1, E2 and E3 of the collective agreement of the civil engineering sector:

Dues: 55% of one hour worked, calculated on the hourly rate of the journeyman electrician as defined in Schedule B of the collective agreement of the industrial sector. These dues will be deducted by the employer each week or part of week. In addition, the employer will deduct $0.05 per hour worked each week.

In force: June 28, 1998.

Security systems installer:

Dues: 55% of one hour worked, calculated on the hourly rate of the journeyman security systems installer, as defined in Schedule B of the collective agreement of the industrial sector. These dues will be deducted by the employer each week or part of week. In addition, the employer will deduct $0.05 per hour worked each week.

In force: June 28, 1998.

FTQ–Construction - For boiler makers, boiler maker–welders, and all apprentices

Dues: Twice the hourly wage rate per month deducted in the first week of work, and $0.15 per hour worked per week. In force: January 1, 2006.

For steel erectors, steel erector–welders, and all apprentices

Dues: 50% of the journeyman wage rate for each week or part of a week. These dues are deducted each week by the employer from the employees’ pay. In addition, each week the employer must deduct $0.15 for each hour worked.

In force: December 31, 2006