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Media inquiries should be directed to Tyler Bedford, Director of Communications and Relations, Building Trades of Alberta.

Tyler Bedford

Director of Communications and Relations

 Phone: (780)298-7626 Ext. 113
tbedford@bta.ca

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    Executive Director Terry Parker

    Biography

    Prior to serving as the Executive Director of the BTA, Terry was the Executive Director of the Saskatchewan Building Trades Council for twelve years. Terry worked as a glazier and before becoming the ED for SBTC, he worked as a Business Agent for the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades. His extensive time in leadership roles has given him a wealth of experience in the unionized construction and maintenance industries.

    Terry is a graduate of the University of Manitoba where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science.

    His dedication to the labour movement and to the safety and welfare of the unionized workers he represents is evident in the actions he takes and the decisions he makes every day.

    Terry Parker, Executive Director of the Building Trades of Alberta

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    Monday 21st June 2021, 9:09

    Building Trades of Alberta

    June 21 marks National Indigenous Peoples Day, and the Building Trades of Alberta would like to recognize and 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.

    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.

    We are passionate about our work to further diversify the unionized building trades, including increasing our Indigenous membership. If you or someone you know is interested in learning more about a rewarding career in union skilled trades, please visit our Path Forward initiative: www.btapathforward.ca
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    June 21 marks National Indigenous Peoples Day, and the Building Trades of Alberta would like to recognize and 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. 

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. 

We are passionate about our work to further diversify the unionized building trades, including increasing our Indigenous membership. If you or someone you know is interested in learning more about a rewarding career in union skilled trades, please visit our Path Forward initiative: www.btapathforward.ca

    Sunday 20th June 2021, 10:12

    Building Trades of Alberta

    Happy Father’s Day 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 💪😎 ... See MoreSee Less

    Happy Father’s Day 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 💪😎

    Wednesday 16th June 2021, 9:43

    Building Trades of Alberta

    Second vaccine clinic, first and second doses, at Suncor Base Camp – June 18 and 19.

    Alberta Health Services and International SOS are offering a second round of vaccine clinics in the RMWB region and will again provide the convenience of administering on-site vaccines to Suncor’s Base Plant workforce June 18 & 19.

    BTA encourages all to get fully vaccinated in an effort to protect themselves, their families and the community. Please see below for more info.On June 18 and 19, vaccination clinics will be back at our Base Plant! Everyone with site access will be able to get a first dose, or you can get a second dose if you bring documentation of your first. For more information and to sign up, please visit Suncor.com/vaccines.
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    Second vaccine clinic, first and second doses, at Suncor Base Camp – June 18 and 19. 

Alberta Health Services and International SOS are offering a second round of vaccine clinics in the RMWB region and will again provide the convenience of administering on-site vaccines to Suncor’s Base Plant workforce June 18 & 19. 

BTA encourages all to get fully vaccinated in an effort to protect themselves, their families and the community. Please see below for more info.

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