A familiar theme heard from many members across the country is that the current system is broken – and trust is eroding between the owner and contractor.
Connecting the community to improve talent retention and career development
Awards recognize exceptional contributions as part of BC Construction and Skilled Trades Month
BC Construction Association Recognizes Four Public Owners for Best Practises
Labour Supply Still Top Issue Even As Trades Diversify and Offer Greater Stability, Earnings
BCCA welcomes investments in labour mobility and training, and improvements in municipal permitting systems, but these are small commitments that will not help to build the strong foundation needed to ensure Canada remains resilient.
Industry is appalled to see the tabling of Bill 10 this week, which seeks to interfere in workforce dynamics to fix a problem that does not exist.
Teck Resources Limited is the first mining company to sign the Builders Code Acceptable Worksite Pledge.
Today in the House the Honourable Anne Kang, Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Training, introduced Bill 4, the Skilled Trades BC Act.