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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

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Dave Estabrooks
Phone: (780) 421-9400 Ext. 113
destabrooks@bta.ca

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Bargaining Process Update, 3 April 2019

The Alberta economy is hurting and we have all felt the impact. It isn't the best time for our Locals to be negotiating new agreements, however, we are obligated to do so.

Where are we at in the process? Read more

bta.ca/bargaining-process-update-3-april-2019/

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Bargaining Process Update, 3 April 2019  The Alberta economy is hurting and we have all felt the impact. It isnt the best time for our Locals to be negotiating new agreements, however, we are obligated to do so.  Where are we at in the process? Read more  https://bta.ca/bargaining-process-update-3-april-2019/  #BTA

 

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“””It isn't the best time for our Locals to be negotiating new agreements, however, we are obligated to do so.””” Yet .. every contractor we go to work for makes more and more profit .. at the end of the day they cut our wages and packages .. because investors and owners gotta make money .. quartely billions in profits.. everyone of em .. the companies the contractors hire .. that hire us .. they get the same money they use to .. they juste gotta make profit so .. cutting our wage makes them more profit .... strength is in numbers .. all unions should stay together.. and sad to say but even the clac and non union guys should be in this battle since they started this race to the bottom .. #boilermaker146 proud !

Building trades needs to be broken up. Every union votes for there own agreement. All the halls should follow the boiler makers and operators. And no agreement gets passed without a vote from it's members.

Cost of living is continuing to grow... minimum wage increased in Alberta on October 1st 2018 to $15/hr.... and you clowns are negotiating a package decrease.... give your head a shake... ROLL OVER OUR CURRENT AGREEMENT..... we gave up double time in promise of more work... that DIDN’T happen! What happened to being union proud and standing up for what’s right ??? Now it’s just bend over and take it

It’s time for all trades to leave this fm greasy fn building trades and fork low suite with the boilermakers 146

Ya they will sign more away.They always do.

Any business manager that signs without a ratifying vote from their members aught to be tarred with bitumen and then feathered by their membership. Hold the line, no rollbacks. Cost of living increase at minimum.

more private deals

I see no future working in Alberta building trades, we have lost so much in the last 5 years it makes me sick!! All we hear is how hurting these huge corporations are and all i see is billions in revenue every dam quarter of the year!! Now tell us why we should keep bending over and give more away?? We have and yet the only large project going on in Alberta is non union.. keiwit lands a large job after we take away pay and 2x time..

We can still strike

All this says is shut up and don't listen to the walls.

I was told today we are not aloud to strike. That the onion will get a fine and so would us. Any truth to this. ?

I'm curious to read this Answer...

Between bta& the internationals it's a tie for 1st place in the sell out race ,

What good have you done for us ?

Sellout Building Trades what a disgrace. Western Canadian Select is $ 54.21 a barrel. Don't believe in the lies. Stand up or fold the Building Trades.

Didn’t the building trades ask the union halls to sign a non disclosure agreement to not inform their members about the negotiations? Crooked much?

My sources tell me some BAs EST and other members may have to use their health benefits over this.

Unless we have the Right to Strike in the Collective and GPC-NMA Union Tradesman will continue to get the shaft, a race to the bottom without it !!!

Vote no to cuts!

Love it or leave it but for the love of Christ and his kittens, quit your god damned whining. It does no good for anyone.

wow that really cleared things up ffs.

"where are we at in the process?" "Things are being said and stuff is happening" Thanks Terry Parker.

They want to break the unions

Wtf has this explained. Absolutely nothing

Funny. Oil companies are making record profits. Yet Albertans who work for them are supposed to take pay cuts? Really? Really? Am I the only one who sees something wrong with this?

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John Tackaberry Memorial Golf Tournament 2019, hosted by the Building Trades of Alberta Charitable Foundation (BTACF)

On Friday August 23, 2019, the John Tackaberry Memorial Golf Tournament will again be hosted by the Building Trades of Alberta Charitable Foundation (BTACF).

Last year, the John Tackaberry Memorial Golf Tournament was very successful, raising $142,895.06 for the Charitable Foundation. With this success, and demand to participate exceeding our expectations, this year, we have moved the tournament to The QUARRY Golf Course, one of Edmonton’s finest 27 hole golf destinations.

Registration and sponsorship information available now!

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John Tackaberry Memorial Golf Tournament 2019, hosted by the Building Trades of Alberta Charitable Foundation (BTACF)  On Friday August 23, 2019, the John Tackaberry Memorial Golf Tournament will again be hosted by the Building Trades of Alberta Charitable Foundation (BTACF).  Last year, the John Tackaberry Memorial Golf Tournament was very successful, raising $142,895.06 for the Charitable Foundation. With this success, and demand to participate exceeding our expectations, this year, we have moved the tournament to The QUARRY Golf Course, one of Edmonton’s finest 27 hole golf destinations.  Registration and sponsorship information available now!  http://ow.ly/Afl530ojHSY

 

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A great legacy for a straight up Brother and friend.

Great man! What a great tribute

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