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Fellow worker, you will now take an obligation that will bind you to the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America and this Local Union and that will in no way conflict with your religious belief or your duties as a citizen. 


I,_____________ pledge my honor to faithfully observe the Constitution and laws of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America and the By-laws and laws of this Local Union. 


I pledge that I will comply with all the rules and regulations for the government of the International Union and this Local Union. 


I will faithfully perform all the duties assigned to me to the best of my ability and skill. 


I will conduct myself at all times in a manner as not to bring reproach upon my Union. 


I shall take an affirmative part in the business and activities of the Union and accept and discharge my responsibilities during any authorized strike or lockout. 


I pledge not to divulge to non-members the private business of this Union, unless authorized to reveal the same. 


I will never knowingly harm a fellow member.


I will never discriminate against a fellow worker on account of race, colour, religion, sex, age, or national origin.


I will refrain from any conduct that would interfere with the Union’s performance of its legal or contractual obligations.


I will at all times bear true and faithful allegiance to the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America and this Local Union. 

"Without labour, nothing prospers." Sophocles

Testimonial

For 35 years I have been a Teamster and a Dairyworker, I was a young kid needing a job in tough economic times. I found a place to work and make a living, I learned to work together with others having varying and different backgrounds than my own.

Much has changed for me personally and professionally, I got married to my beautiful wife of almost 25 years and we have raised two amazing children, both of whom are presently studying abroad. Both of my children were recipients of Hoffa Memorial Scholarship Funding.

So much of my success I can credit to having a well paying union job. The Teamsters have been a great union for me, negotiating strong collective agreements that held good wage and benefit packages as well as the cornerstone beliefs of seniority and workers’ rights. The Teamsters gave me a good wage and a voice.

I have always been an active Teamster, and now I sit on Local 464's Executive Board.

There can be a great degree of personal feelings when the word union is mentioned, but so often I look at professional associations and realize the name may be different, but the thought is the same...strength in numbers.

As I get toward the end of my career, I look forward to the thought of receiving the Teamsters Canada Pension Plan, and I am so grateful for the belief others had before me that Teamsters deserved a good and decent retirement...thank you.

Drew


- Drew Speirs

"I have been a member of Teamsters Local 464 for 23 years and have seen many of the executives come and go. Some of the previous executives nearly ran the Local into bankruptcy including losing our pension.  Bobby Kornhass, Bob Ryder and Paul Barton brought us back from the brink. Since they took over in 2000, we at Dairyland (Saputo) have had the best contracts I have seen since I have been there."

- Randy Onyschak

"I was employed for many years at a Teamster company that was shut down due to the economy. Because of my age, I was worried about starting over. Bobby, Bob and Paul not only negotiated a much better severance package than was in the contract, but they also went the extra mile and got me on at one of their other companies with an even better contract.They continued to help me even though it wasn't their job to."

- Armando Borean