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    Dec 16, 2014
    Local 636 Backgrounder Many years ago, utility workers in Ontario were represented by separate independent Local Unions while full time management organizations had access to a province-wide communications network. Recognizing the strength in unity, these independent locals joined together to form what is now Local Union 636.
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    Union History LOCAL UNION 636 OF THE INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS AN OVERVIEW OF OUR HISTORY AND STRUCTURE IN THE BEGINNING Many years ago, there were a number of affiliated Locals of the I.B.E.W. that represented Utility workers in Ontario. However, since each was operating independently, they lacked common goals and a coordinated direction in negotiations.
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    Union Dues - Fact vs. Fiction DUES STRUCTURE For unions, operational funding comes directly (and exclusively) from the members in the form of Dues.
    Dec 16, 2014
    Local 636 Structure Presently, Local 636 represents approximately five thousand (5000) members. Members work in both the public and private sectors in such industries as: Utilities, Alarm & Signal, Electrical Manufacturing, Public Works, Community Health Care and Hospitals.
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    A Proud past and Promising Future Local Union 636 is chartered by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (I.B.E.W.)  - founded in 1891 by ten brave electrical workers who dared to dream of a better life for themselves, their families and those who would follow. 


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