Rick joins the structural ironworkers at E.S. Fox Constructors 41 stories above Toronto as they build a condo tower.
Rick Mercer Joins Structural Ironworkers at The Britt
A group of deaf youth in British Columbia got a taste of ironworking this past June, at an experiential learning event hosted by the Ironworkers Union Local 97 in Burnaby.
It remains the worst industrial accident in Vancouver’s history.
They do backbreaking work at incredible heights … They live hard, play hard, and work hard in the world’s most dangerous trade … A band of brothers who live and work on the edge.
It was an exciting week for Canadian Ironworkers and their Contractors at this year’s IMPACT Conference, and the launch of this video is one reason why.
A group of British Columbia Ironworkers is helping forge a fresh start for a Haiti trade school destroyed during a magnitude-7 earthquake that ravaged the country six years ago.
Rob Ninkovich is the defensive end for the NFL’s New England Patriots. He’s also an experienced ironworker.
Giving back to the local community has always been integral to the Ironworkers of Canada.
In Toronto, ironworkers working with Walters Group recently played an essential role in not only shaping a building’s architecture, but in preserving its history.
That’s why Local 752 ironworkers in Halifax, Nova Scotia joined Build Right Nova Scotia to build a greenhouse for a local community group.