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trades council

an association of TRADE UNION branches, drawn from a variety of unions, with the objective of advancing their mutual interests and promoting trade unionism in a locality.
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Release date- 21082019 - ELY - Twin Metals Minnesota (TMM) and the Iron Range Building and Construction Trades Council today announced the formal signing of a project labor agreement (PLA) between the two organizations.
David Vincent, secretary, Calderdale Trades Council
Balistreri figures he helped negotiate about $7 billion worth of work in his 18 years leading the Milwaukee Building & Construction Trades Council.
Trades Council members wanted a return to the practice before the war of ringing the bells in the Broad Street and Cowane Street steeples in the mornings "for the convenience of people getting up early".
Other speakers included Secretary of Cardiff Trades Council Dave Bartlett and Branch Secretary of Cardiff County Unison Emma Garson.
Jordan presided over the mass which also was attended by Gary LaBarbera, President of the Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York, and other labor leaders.
"The Trades Council march is an annual event in Cardiff" said president Katrine Williams.
International Resource News-October 5, 2015--The Amarillo Metal Trades Council signs tentative agreement with Consolidated Nuclear Security
SIR - The Trades Council invites trade unionists and anti-cuts campaigners to join us in celebrating May Day by renewing the fight against austerity.
On Monday, Tory councillor and first citizen Gary Crookes dutifully attended the event at the small remembrance garden alongside the Council House - and tripped over a memorial stone to the late Colin Lindsey, former president of Coventry Trades Council.
COUN Meyrick Rees is to ask the Birmingham Trades Council to support his resolution which expresses concern at the dangers arising from the continued uncontrolled influx of immigrants to this city.
Paul O'Connor of the Shipyard Metal Trades Council told WMUR-TV the cuts have meant a surge in applications for retirement.