BC Building Trades blasts provincial government and BC Hydro over Site C employment statistics - Energeticcity.ca
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. – The BC Building Trades Council is not happy with the provincial government and BC Hydro after the Crown Corporation released employment statistics for the Site C project during the month of [...]
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Darin King is the new executive director for the Newfoundland and Labrador Building and Construction Trades Council, and its companion organization, the Resource Development Trades Council.
An additional 96 trades seats will give Vancouver Island University (VIU) students access to training in a variety of in-demand occupations in a range of sectors that support the provincial economy.
An additional 148 trades training seats at Okanagan College will give students access to training in a variety of in-demand occupations that support a range of sectors that are important to the provincial economy.
BACKGROUND Schedule 17 of Bill 70 - the demise of skilled trades in Ontario The Liberal government has introduced amendments to the Ontario College of Trades and Apprenticeship Act (the Act) that will dilute the enforcement powers of the Ontario College of
Vancouver Community College (VCC) is receiving $694,605 toward the purchase of new trades-training equipment that will benefit students in the auto service technician, culinary arts, baking and pastry arts and heavy-mechanical trades programs.