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The business case against Kinder Morgan

Sunday’s summit on Kinder Morgan between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley and B.C. Premier John Horgan is not expected to …

Canada

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We Build Canada! But, We Also Build Communities And Families

Sponsored by:<p>Canada’s Building Trades Unions<p>The Trades Everyone has ideas about Unions, some quite positive and some less so; have you wondered …

Canada

B.C. Building Trades claim that MUSH sector hiring few apprentices

The MUSH group is pretty mushy when it comes to hiring apprentices, according to figures collected by the British Columbia and Yukon Territory …

Employment

Metro Talks: B.C. Green Party's Andrew Weaver pushes for crackdown on real estate loophole

The B.C. government’s latest actions on real estate won’t fix Metro Vancouver’s “explosive” real estate prices, says Andrew Weaver<p>The B.C. …

Canada’s future under Trudeau looks bright

The value of the Canadian dollar and the price of oil, one of the nation's top exports, have both tumbled to near record lows. But those details – and the apparent demise of the Keystone XL pipeline – don't begin to tell the story of what lies ahead for the economy of Canada, America's …

Canada's Ironworkers and their Contractors - Building a Better Future

Design of Coast Guard's fisheries ships led to fears of capsizing

Discovery of possible flaw results in longer, heavier vessels to make them seaworthy<p>The government's plans for the Coast Guard's new fisheries and …

Liberals will find key to undoing Harper's agenda in his infamous 'firewall' letter

It didn’t take long for the new Liberal government to start undoing the changes Stephen Harper made to the way the country was run over his nine …

Trudeau’s cabinet to be smaller and more diverse

Prime-minister-designate Justin Trudeau has picked a small cabinet that will leave a number of Liberal veterans on the back benches, opting for a group of ministers that more accurately reflects Canada's diverse population, sources said.<p>The choices were made last week in a federal building that …

Canada

Deck panels lowered as Big Lift project gets underway

The Big Lift Project on the Angus L. Macdonald Bridge is no longer just plans on paper.<p>Crews started lowering a six-metre section of the deck onto a …

Canada

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MTV

Canadian businesses accumulating ‘dead money’ faster than other G7 countries

What's plaguing corporate Canada?<p>In recent weeks, Canadian businesses — sitting on historically massive cash reserves — have been under fire for using temporary foreign workers or unpaid interns, and chided by political leaders for failing to raise wages or invest in employee training.<p>They've been …

Real Change Now!

Riding Profile: Kamloops-Thompson-Cariboo

Print<p>Related<p>KAMLOOPS — The B.C. Interior has been pretty much a wasteland for the New Democrats since 1993, when the party lost its role as a …

Canada

Vaughn Palmer: As Site C construction starts, so does the bickering

Print<p>Related<p>VICTORIA — The on-and-off relationship between the building trade unions and BC Hydro over the Site C project would appear to be on the …

Canada

Unions keep construction workers safer, study shows

Unionized construction workers are significantly less likely than their non-unionized counterparts to be seriously injured on the job, a new …

The Iron Workers Who Built One World Trade Center

After the September 11 terrorist attacks, New York City had an arduous task ahead: How to rebuild. This video spotlights the dedicated iron workers …

World Trade Center

Our jobs aren’t being stolen...The BC government is selling them | BC and Yukon Territory Building Construction Trades Council

In British Columbia, the BC Building Trades’ unions have an average unemployment rate of 19%. That’s thousands of Red Seal certified, skilled, …

Canada

Irving Oil to conduct $200 million maintenance project for Saint John refinery

SAINT JOHN, N.B. -- Thousands of temporary jobs will be created in New Brunswick this fall during a maintenance and upgrade project at the Irving Oil …

Oil

Irving Shipyard hires 50 people for Arctic patrol ship project

Shipyard spokeswoman Mary Keith says 'all is on track'<p>Irving Shipbuilding says it has hired 50 skilled tradespeople as a result of job fairs the …

Story

Alberta and Norway: Two oil powers, worlds apart

The entrance of Norway's central bank headquarters in Oslo. (Kristian Helgesen/Bloomberg)<p>As world oil production outstrips demand, China’s outlook darkens and prices plumb levels not seen since the Great Recession, energy-exporting countries around the world face a prolonged period of thinner …

Canada

Unionized labour invests in Canada

<b>Hey there, time traveller!</b><br>This article was published <b>6/7/2015</b> (1032 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.<p>Geoff Dueck Thiessen, in …

Canada

Great bridge collapse recalled

Aloud, terrifying crack. A roar. Suddenly, there was no more bridge.<p>Norm Atkinson found himself hurtling headfirst into the cold, swirling waters of Burrard Inlet 35 metres below, while massive girders twisted and broke and tumbled down around him.<p>"You feel yourself going, and then it's bang, boy," …

British Columbia

On this day, 57 years ago, the Second Narrows Bridge collapsed, in what would be the most fatal industrial incident in the history of British …

British Columbia

Join Local 97

June 17th, 1958. Local 97's memorial service for the ironworkers who perished that day begins at one pm today.