Opportunities for your future


Deadline: Sept. 30, 2024

Questions? Contact the LUC Committee at 1-250-382-1511 or EMAIL HERE.

LiUNA Local 1611 is committed to providing education financial assistance to our membership and their families through the Roland B. Gordon Scholarships. These are awarded every year to assist eligible students in furthering their post-secondary education, trade or apprenticeship.

The Roland B. Gordon Memorial Scholarship was first offered in 1982. The Executive Board of the Construction and General Workers’ Union Local No. 602 established the scholarship fund upon the acceptance and wishes of the membership. In addition, upon amalgamation in 1997, Local 1070’s Larry W. Pleasant’s Scholarship was incorporated into this fund.



Deadline: Sept. 30, 2024

LiUNA Local 1611 offers two (2) Labourers Reconciliation through Indigenous Scholarship & Education (RISE) awards to members in good standing or families of members in good standing who identify as Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit or Metis) to assist with their education costs. Applications will be adjudicated by a panel of Local 1611 members or staff who identify as Indigenous. Please note that you must self-identify as Indigenous in order to be eligible for this award.


W. Vernie Reed Scholarship   

Deadline: May 1, 2024

Questions? Contact the Northwest Region office at (206) 441-6507.

To apply:

In 1981 the W. Vernie Reed Scholarship Fund was established as a living memorial to the late W. Vernie Reed, General Secretary-Treasurer of the Laborers’ International Union of North America, who represented our Northwest Region. Since that time, the scholarship fund has awarded 307 scholarships totaling over $475,000 to our members, their children and grandchildren from various Local Unions throughout the Region. We should all take great pride that we have established such a fund in memory of one of LiUNA’s past leaders, who fought so hard for every LiUNA! member, Local Union and District Council.

Pipe Line Contractors Association Of Canada

The Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada allocates awards in the fall of each year to a son or daughter of parents or guardians who derive their principal income from pipeline construction.

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