Alberta Building Trades Camp Agreement

UNITE HERE Local 47 provides workers through our hiring hall to work in remote camps in northern Alberta. Thanks for sharing!! Sharing the stories of revolutionary artisans is a great way to recruit women for the trades! If anyone wants to be my guest, please email me to UNITE HERE Local 47 is proud to be the Union that makes life in a secluded camp comfortable with good food and clean rooms – a second home for thousands of people in the trade. Watch this new podcast of UA women who were created by Sister Jill Timushka CSR!!! by UA LU 496 Calgary, Alberta. Brava Jill! #uaproud #tradeswomenunited Yesterday, President of Building Trades of Alberta and Canadian Director of UNITE HERE! Ian Robb visited Global Edmonton to donate $10,000 to Edmonton women`s shelters on behalf of BTA`s subsidiary UNITE HERE! At 47. The Local`s annual donation is intended to support the channel`s Give Me Shelter campaign, which helps women and children fleeing domestic violence. . The BTA coordinates and promotes the interests of 18 local craft unions in Alberta, with more than 60,000 members working in the residential, commercial, industrial, maintenance and manufacturing sectors. November 30, 2020 Fort McMurray, AB – Building Trades of Alberta (BTA) proudly contributed US$20,000 last week to Father Mercredi School`s Santas Anonymous campaign to make this Christmas a little brighter for those in the community. […] Watch this great new podcast on powerful women in crafts, launched by Build Together, Women of the Building Trades Alberta and Jill Tim, member of the AU Local 496-Pipe Trades Union! Great job, sister! View more Less BTA Press Release: BTA donates $20,000 to Santa Fort McMurray Anonymous Campaign 🎅👍 “We are pleased to make this donation to Santas Anonymous on behalf of thousands of union members across Alberta, many of whom help build and maintain Fort McMurray every day,” said Terry Parker, Executive Director of BTA.

The state of Alberta`s economy, combined with the global pandemic, has been tough on many in our province. The people of Fort McMurray have been particularly affected in recent years, both for these reasons and for devastating natural disasters. Helping the communities in which we live and work is of the utmost importance to the labour movement. We want to keep giving something back, both now and in the future. We hope this gift to the families of Fort McMurray will be a very special and unforgettable Christmas, regardless of their financial possibilities,” parker said. Please see the full version below. Web view: Show more Less Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson will not seek re-election | CBC News.

. $20k donated to Fort Mac Santas Anonymous – “We hope these $families in #ymm will give a very special Christmas, regardless of the financial ability to do so. Helping the communities in which we live and work is of the utmost importance to the labour movement. We want to give something back now and in the future. » HUGE THANK YOU to ⁦@irhere47⁩ and the hospitality workers of Unite Here Local 47 for dropping off $10,000 for #yeg women`s shelters. ⁦@CADevaney⁩ ⁦@GlobalEdmonton⁩ #GiveMeShelter #goodpeopledoinggoodthings I wish he would announce that he`s resigning so a real adult could take over handling this mess. . . .