ECAO - page 6

other. As he was getting his journey-
man ticket, he served on the local joint
apprentice committee and election
team for local office elections, moving
on to become an organizer for Local
105 (in Hamilton, of which he is still
a proud member), Local 303 (in St.
Catharines), and Local 804 (in central
Seeing the amount of legal service
required by many of the Locals, Ait-
ken went back to school and became
a lawyer, practising in labour law and,
then, representing the International
Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craft-
workers for fifteen years.
Aitken says he is looking forward to
continuing the legacy of ECAO’s good
work. He notes there hasn’t been a
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