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Director of Strategic Engagement and Development
Director of Communications and Relations
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June 21 marks National Indigenous Peoples Day, and the Building Trades of Alberta would like to recognize & thank First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples from across the traditional lands Canada sits on, for the vital role Indigenous culture plays in shaping our communities. (1/3)
We are especially proud of the many Indigenous BTA affiliate members from around Treaties 6, 7 and 8, whose hard work, passion and dedication for the unionized skilled building trades strengthens our entire industry. (2/3)
We're passionate about diversifying the unionized bldg trades, including increasing Indigenous membership. If you or someone you know is interested in learning more about a rewarding career in union skilled trades, visit our Path Forward initiative: https://bit.ly/3gW7QZc (3/3)
#HappyFathersDay to all the dads, stepdads and father figures out there! We work hard and do what we do for our kids. They’re worth every sore muscle, every 12-hour-day and all those nights away. Keep being awesome!
Second vaccine clinic, first & second doses, @Suncor
Base Camp – June 18/19. BTA encourages all to get fully vaxx to protect themselves, their families and the community. For more info:
Vaccines | Updates from Suncor Energy
Alberta Health Services and International SOS are offering a second round of vaccine clinics in the region and wil...
Alberta Carpenters is a proud sponsor of 2021 @RAIC_IRAC Virtual Conference on Architecture. Join us on Wed, June 16 at 1 pm EST for a Zoom discussion on Floor Covering Failures. Essential info for architects and specifiers. All are welcome. https://bit.ly/2RLH8K1
Awesome story out of the south! Here are a couple young, Indigenous @ironworkers 725 mbrs hauling 100-pound rebar 40 kms in memory of children who suffered and died in 🇨🇦 residential schools. Stand-up job! Solidarity ✊🏽✊🏼✊🏻
Indigenous men march 40 km near Okotoks to residential school site
Read the full story and comment on OkotoksToday.ca
“We’re very excited to see this complex announced today, supported by federal, provincial and municipal governments, which will see approximately 2,500 construction and engineering jobs and make #yeg the hub of the nation’s blue hydrogen economy." https://bit.ly/2TbZh44
“Higher energy prices are also expected to help jump-start an economic recovery in Alberta, as a new Conference Board of Canada report projects the province will lead the country in growth this year and next.”
Varcoe: As oil hits $70, new forecast shows Alberta’s economy primed to lead Canada in growth in 2021 and ’22
Higher energy prices are expected to help jump-start an economic recovery in Alberta.
Tragic. Our thoughts are with the worker’s family, friends and colleagues.
Syncrude employee killed in accident at Aurora site
The death of a Syncrude employee at a mine north of Fort McMurray is being investigated by Wood Buffalo RCMP, Alberta Occupational Health and Safety.