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Terry Parker

Phone: (780) 421-9400 Ext. 112
tparker@bta.ca

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Jacquie Tackaberry

Phone: (780) 421-9400 Ext. 111
jtackaberry@bta.ca

Director of Strategic Engagement and Development

Rob Calver

Phone: (780) 405-6147
rcalver@bta.ca

Director of Communications and Relations

Tyler Bedford

Phone: (780) 421-9400 Ext. 113
tbedford@bta.ca

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Friday 29th May 2020, 13:41

Building Trades of Alberta

Some great news to start your weekend👇

With zero cases linked to CNRL Horizon since May 1, AHS will close its COVID-19 outbreak investigation. This is thanks to the hard work of many on site to keep everyone safe.

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Some great news to start your weekend👇  With zero cases linked to CNRL Horizon since May 1, AHS will close its COVID-19 outbreak investigation. This is thanks to the hard work of many on site to keep everyone safe.  Read the full update below.

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Does this still mean the boys are up there on 38$ an hour??

Thank you very much Iann we do work very hard at it to make sure its clean and sanitized

It’s a great start

Thursday 28th May 2020, 10:35

Building Trades of Alberta

BTA statement on Bill 7: Responsible Energy Development Amendment Act

“Jobs are needed, and in order to create them, the industries that employ our members must have the confidence to invest in projects that put our folks to work. It’s that simple." BTA ED Terry Parker

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BTA statement on Bill 7: Responsible Energy Development Amendment Act  “Jobs are needed, and in order to create them, the industries that employ our members must have the confidence to invest in projects that put our folks to work. It’s that simple. BTA ED Terry Parker  Read full statement below ⬇️

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Okay now do Bill 1

Wednesday 27th May 2020, 10:08

Building Trades of Alberta

The Building Trades of Alberta Camp Committee, led by BTA Chairman Ian Robb and Robert Letendre, paid a visit to Athabasca Lodge yesterday following concerns about conditions at the camp raised by members.

The committee will compile its findings and report back to BTA's executive shortly. Stay safe.
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They always know when the bigwigs are coming. That’s the day the food is edible.

They forgot to post pics of our choices to take to work for lunch.

Had a few clean rooms not in use set aside for inspection most likely too.

We complained about camps for many years..want to see its true colors? Go there unannounced to see the 1st star resort we deal with. Food that you get charged for animal cruelty if you give it to your dog. Why I will only go up to camp if it is the only option. I will prefer to work in my own city, eating food that is awesome with no chances of bed bugs!

2 things about this 1 did you warn them you were coming 2 seems awful empty maybe be there when its busy Not at camp but just my observation

Probably knew they coming so they good every thing nice and clean and lots to eat

I am a guest I am part of local 92 my biggest concern why is the staff not wearing masks

The dining area is nuttin tell him to go check the moulded rooms. Athabasca is just a place for all trades to get sick.

Now if they could open the jobs to all members...

Out of curiosity why is no one wearing a face covering? We are supposed to be leaders in health and safety?

Why do you need people complain so much about their jobs and their jobsites it’s always an us versus them mentality

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Tuesday 26th May 2020, 10:15

Building Trades of Alberta

Check out BTA's public submission to the City of Calgary regarding the city's Green Line LRT project submitted yesterday.

"Hiring Alberta’s skilled trades workforce will help foster our province’s economic recovery, as the success of that recovery will be based on Albertans being gainfully employed. When that happens, we all benefit, from workers to local businesses, shops, restaurants and more. Hiring local is good for everyone."

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Check out BTAs public submission to the City of Calgary regarding the citys Green Line LRT project submitted yesterday.  Hiring Alberta’s skilled trades workforce will help foster our province’s economic recovery, as the success of that recovery will be based on Albertans being gainfully employed. When that happens, we all benefit, from workers to local businesses, shops, restaurants and more. Hiring local is good for everyone.  Read the entire submission below ⬇️

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It would be good to see a PR campaign like this.

We are currently training all the carpenters on the south ring road bridge work in calgary, it would be great to see the green line to be completely a union project. I'm very proud of local 2103 for unionizing kewitt and graham jasper on this project. Go building trades, we need the work for all bta affiliates

Monday 25th May 2020, 16:00

Building Trades of Alberta

A proper shout out to Alberta's health-care workers from Edmonton-born actor Michael J. Fox.

We feel the same, you have all been truly incredible. Thank you.
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Some great news to start your weekend: With zero cases linked to CNRL Horizon since May 1, AHS will close its COVID-19 outbreak investigation. This is thanks to the hard work of many on site to keep everyone safe👌#abtrades #ableg #ablabour

BTA statement on Bill 7: Responsible Energy Development Amendment Act - “Jobs are needed, and in order to create them, the industries that employ our members must have the confidence to invest in projects that put our folks to work. It’s that simple." #abtrades #ablabour #ableg

BTA Camp Committee, led by Chairman Ian Robb & Rob Letendre, paid a visit to Athabasca Lodge yesterday following concerns about conditions at the camp raised by members. The committee will compile its findings and report back to BTA's executive shortly #COVID19AB #abtrades #ableg

BTA's submission re: #yyc Green Line LRT - “Hiring Alberta’s skilled trades workforce will help foster our province’s economic recovery, as the success of that recovery will be based on Albertans being gainfully employed.” #ableg #abtrades #ablabour

The @teamsters362 rig is heading north to #ymm today & tomorrow to deliver more goods to @WBFoodBank to help with #ymmflood relief, including almost 64,000 lbs of H20. We’re proud to give back to the communities we live & work in, especially in times of need #abtrades #ableg

BTA southern affiliates to give $5k for #ymmflood relief
“#YMM has provided BTA members in southern Alberta with good-paying jobs for years. For many of us, the area is a second home and we want to help out wherever we can to get the community back on its feet.” #abtrades #ableg

BTA media release: COVID-19 outbreak at Kearl Lake the exception, not the rule - “The vast majority of oilsands camp operations in Alberta have remained safe worksites thanks to effective new procedures used to fight the spread of #COVID19AB within facilities.” #ableg #abtrades

Way to go! @opcmiaintl Local 222 donated $1,500 to @WBFoodBank to help with #ymmflood relief efforts. To date, BTA and its affiliates have given thousands of pounds of goods and more than $20,000 to help the community through this latest disaster ✊🏼 #ymm #abtrades #ableg

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