Keep your promise to BC! Use qualified BC workers Kinder Morgan – Keep your promise to BC! Use qualified BC workers Use qualified BC workers – anything else is too risky #bcpoli #bcvotes2017 The B.C. Coalition for Safety Before Profits […]
The BC Coalition for Safety Before Profits and its members have launched an online campaign to tell Kinder Morgan to keep their promise to British Columbians – and that is a promise to put SAFETY BEFORE PROFITS. The BC Coalition […]
Kinder Morgan refuses to partner with the most experienced and skilled workers to build the Trans Mountain pipeline. They are putting profits before safety!
Local 115 of the International Union of Operating Engineers was born in the depths of the great depression. In 2016, we celebrate 85 years. This is our story.
IUOE Local 115, BC Building Trades and Lax Kw’alaams Band Paving the Road to Success documents the results of successful partnerships between the Lax Kw’alaams Band, the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 115, the UA Piping Industry College of […]
Union working with Lax Kwa’alaams First Nation on training, apprenticeships for project
BURNABY – The Canadian Regional Office of the International Union of Operating Engineers wants to know your opinion on pipelines and prospective pipeline projects. Please take ten minutes to fill out the survey at the link below. The survey will […]
The BC Building Trades has learned through a Freedom of Information request that BC Hydro spent $42,200 in 2015 and $63,300 in 2016 on Site C job fairs for a total of $105,500 wasted rate payer dollars. “There are 40,000 […]
By Nelson Bennett, Business in Vancouver Was a $1.75 billion contract awarded to a consortium for the main construction work for Site C dam the lowest and best bid? Or did BC Hydro give preference to the consortium because it […]