The Building Trades of Alberta traces its history back to 1906. In that year, the Edmonton Trades and Labour Council applied for and received its charter on August 1, 1906. The charter members were the Lathers Local 205, Plumbers Local 488, Typographers Local 604, Bricklayers Local 1, Painter Local 1016, and Carpenters Local 1325.
From the Edmonton Trades and Labour Council, the Edmonton Building and Construction Trades Council was formed, receiving its charter on July 15 1946. From the Edmonton Building and Construction Trades Council, the Northern Alberta and District of MacKenzie Building and Construction Trades Council was formed and received a charter on March 1st, 1976.
Building Trades of Alberta is allied with Canada’s Building Trades Unions (CBTU). This national organization is an alliance of 14 building and construction unions, representing more than 500,000 skilled building trades workers in Canada. CBTU originated more than 100 years ago.
The Building Trades of Alberta thanks the brave women and men in uniform for their service and the sacrifices they've made for our great country, and all who call it home. We honour. We remember. For those who have served [...]
Brief Description Of Role The position requires a person who is able to manage a multi-faceted role, is flexible and able to assess and set priorities, and to seize opportunities. This person must be persuasive and able to maintain [...]
This week marks National Skilled Trades & Technology Week and the Building Trades of Alberta would like to send a shout out to our more than 60,000 affiliate members and apprentices who help build and maintain Alberta every day. A [...]
Take a look at the Building Trades of Alberta's first issue of "In the Loop," the organization's new quarterly e-magazine that recaps the work of the last three months. From federal election commentary, to the Indigenous women of Ironworkers Union Local 725 and [...]