A rendering of the Kitimat LNG Canada terminal at completion. Source: LNG Canada Local mayors, First Nations, trades and business are applauding measures by the British Columbia government to remove barriers and create a level playing field for the liquefied […]
This joint-venture project has been a long time coming and has been carefully considered by a wide range of stakeholders. Brian Cochrane Vancouver Sun, January 17, 2019 British Columbians have an unprecedented opportunity to help build B.C.’s future and strengthen […]
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The International Union of Operating Engineers Local 115 has expressed strong support for the election of Laird Cronk as President of the BC Federation of Labour at last week’s BCFED convention in Vancouver. “Laird Cronk is a proven leader with […]
October 2, 2018 – LNG Canada’s announcement that it will invest in the construction of an LNG facility at Kitimat, British Columbia is welcome news for members of the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) Local 115. This has been […]
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Exciting things are happening at IUOE Local 115! With a new Community Benefits Agreement in place, and other major projects on the way, our members will see new opportunities in the months ahead. Employer demand for qualified people is high, […]
Vancouver Sun August 13, 2018 By Goretti Guilbault and Brian Cochrane Much has been written recently about whether British Columbia’s new Community Benefits Agreements process for major public construction projects are a good thing. But what hasn’t been much discussed […]
By Diane Strandberg. Published in the Tri-City News July 22, 2018. Volunteering or visiting Port Moody’s Mossom Creek hatchery no longer requires a bumpy ride up a gravel maintenance road after a union, a concrete company and the city teamed […]