TERRY PARKER, BUILDING TRADES OF ALBERTA – OPINION: ALBERTA’S TRADES WORKERS NEED MORE FROM CANADA’S NEXT GOVERNMENT
Canadians are less than one month away from going to the polls to elect our nation’s leaders for the next four years. Included in those Canadians are more than 60,000 hard-working members of 18 local unions the Building Trades of Alberta proudly represents. Read More on The Edmonton Journal
MacKinnon report gives Kenney roadmap for Klein-style cuts Former premier used ‘spending problem’ argument in 1994 to slash $950M in government spending Read More Is Jason Kenney Still A Popular Politician? Read More
Vote is as follows:Cement Masons – 34 Yes | 14 NoPlasterers – 35 Yes | 32 No Read the Collective Agreements Ratification Vote Results
Building Trades of Alberta’s “In The Loop” We are excited to aanounce that the first issue of the Building Trades of Alberta’s quarterly e-magazine, “In the Loop.” is now available online Click Here to Read
Local 222 Keeyask Project Decision and Award Wage Increase Please be advised that Local 222 has received an Arbitration Decision in the Matter of a dispute under the Burntwood Nelson Agreement (‘the BNA”)between the Operative Plasterers and Cement Masons Local Union 222 (“the Union”) and Hydro Projects Management Association (”the HPMA”). Back Ground:The dispute that […]
CSTS 2020 which will be the new requirement for most work sites. CSTS 09 is being upgraded to a new version: CSTS 2020 which will be the new requirement for most work sites. Members can upgrade to CSTS 2020 for FREE thought the Alberta Construction Safety Association only until December 30, 2020. The Member cost of the course after December […]
The Operative Plasterers & Cement Masons’ Local 222 has more than 300 skilled Concrete Finishers available for your project’s needs.