|Initially founded in 1974 as a District Council, the
Millwrights Regional Council of Ontario (MRCO) was awarded Regional status
in October 1997 and is mandated to serve and represent the unionized membership
of millwrights throughout Ontario.
|The MRCO represents eight local unions province-wide.
Each local union supplies its respective region with highly skilled, productive
and labour-ready millwrights and apprentices.
|Committed to providing better service, benefits and
quality of life for all millwrights, the MRCO is responsible for appointing
exemplary individuals to work as local union representatives under its
|Together, MRCO executives and local union reps regularly
monitor training opportunities, legislative changes and new industry contractors
to ensure all members are kept up-to-date on new developments in the millwright
|For details about the MRCO's local union offices, see