BTA applauds Syncrude’s commitment to work/life balance

Syncrude’s commitment to work/life balance will be facilitated for workers during Project Falcon’s upcoming fall maintenance turnaround in Fort McMurray through a program it’s running with MacDonald Island Park, Canada’s largest community recreation, leisure and social centre.

Mac Island passes will be available at the box office starting Aug. 23, with two passes, per person, per visit available for turnaround employees. Workers must show SCL ID or be able to provide name and ID numbers.

Syncrude will also provide recreational busing from the camps to three areas in Fort McMurray – Eagle Ridge Commons, Stoney Creek Landing and Mac Island – where folks can find restaurants, movie theatres, pubs, retail outlets and more. Busing will run every Friday, Saturday and Sunday throughout the Falcon turnaround, including Labour Day and Thanksgiving.

Turnaround at Project Falcon starts Aug. 23 and will be completed using skilled tradespeople from a number of Building Trades of Alberta affiliates.


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