Volunteer workers for the Union Built Home are from the following BTA unions: International Union of Bricklayers & Allied Craftsmen – Local 1, Sheet Metal Workers International – Local 8, UNITE-HERE – Local 47, Construction & General Workers – Local 92 , International Association of Heat and Frost Insulators – Local 110 , International Union of Elevator Constructors – Local 122, International Union of Painters and Allied Trades – Local 177, Operative Plasterers and Cement Masons International – Local 222, International Brotherhood of Teamsters – Local 362 , International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers – Local 424 , United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters – Local 488 , International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers Local 720, The Alberta Regional Council of Carpenters and Allied Workers – Local 1325, and Millwrights, Machinery Erectors and Maintenance Union (Alberta Regional Council) – Local 1460.
In addition to the Building Trades of Alberta volunteer workers, the following BTA affiliate unions donate to Habitat for Humanity: United Association of Plumbers and Pipefitters – Local 488 , The Alberta Regional Council of Carpenters and Allied Workers, and Sheet Metal Workers International – Local 8.
All Locals within the Building Trades of Alberta have registered as a Partner for Life with Canadian Blood Services. Local members be sure to use your union code when you donate. Find your code Download the BTA Blood Battle Poster [...]
Stars Air Ambulance held a very successful "Building Magic in the Air Gala" Saturday night at the Chateau Lacombe. The BTA Charitable Foundation acted as the Project Manager Sponsor of the Gala for the 8th consecutive year. Representing the [...]
The 4th annual John Tackaberry Memorial Golf Tournament hosted by the Building Trades of Alberta Charitable Foundation is being held on August 24, 2018 at the Goose Hummock Golf Course. The course is located at 23210 Township Road 564, Gibbons, Alberta. [...]
Helps Fund Research for Type 1 Diabetes Cure More than $2.2 million – that’s how much the Building Trades of Alberta and its Charitable Foundation have donated to diabetes research since 1991. The money goes to DRIFcan(Diabetes Research Institute Foundation [...]
Last month, the BTA hosted our annual conference. This year, the theme was “Re-Defining Our Workplace: The Diversification of our People, Resources and Economy”. We had guests and speakers from across the country come to talk about the importance of [...]