Our membership is growing every year. We pride our members on being productive, efficient, and skilled so projects are completed to a high standard that is also cost-effective and completed on time for our clients.
The Carpenters’ Union ensures that members have the best training at our leading-edge facilities and learn to use the most up-to-date equipment.
We emphasize the need to be up-to-date on the latest industry news, including health & safety issues, as well as being familiar with legislation that may affect their occupation.
The Carpenters’ Council emphasizes the importance of Community, both within our membership and in the public sphere. As a member, you will have thousands of Brothers and Sisters that are facing the same concerns as you. Outside of the membership, Brothers and Sisters use their skills and time for charity work to benefit the wider community.
Benefits of Joining
At Carpenters Local 2222 we offer competitive benefits that appeal to current and prospective members. In addition to being a part of one of the largest union organizations in North America, highlighted benefits of joining Carpenters Local 2222 include:
- Being a member of an organization of skilled tradespeople who work together with a productive purpose.
- Learning and working with top skilled tradespeople in the construction industry.
- Obtaining an Interprovincial Red Seal in your chosen trade by fulfilling the requirements of the Provincial Apprenticeship standards of school; training and working throughout your registered apprenticeship.
- Applying your skills in an environment that pays appropriate wages and benefits from employers that are building Ontario stronger.
- Providing benefits necessary for you and your family to maintain your health and welfare in today’s demanding economy.
- Working towards a proper pension plan on retirement that will sustain your needs beyond your working years.
- A wide variety of training and upgrading courses and certifications available to members.
- Teaming up with over 500,000 members in Canada and the United States to experience the brotherhood of the Carpenters Union