Download our latest edition by clicking on the magazine cover. This edition has news about BC’s Community Benefits Agreement, the Eagle Spirit pipeline proposal, federal funding for IUOE Local 115 training, and more.
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 […]
Download our latest edition by clicking on the magazine cover. IUOE Local 115 News publishes four times a year and is mailed out to members in March, June, September and December.
More than 1500 people came out to enjoy warm weather and family fun at the June 16 Heavy Equipment Rodeo and Open House, hosted at the IUOE Training Association site in Maple Ridge. Canada’s Minister of National Defence, Harjit Sajjan, […]
The Government of Canada will provide $575,000 over three years to the IUOETA Indigenous Training Partnerships Project, to be delivered by the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 115 Training Association. The funding supports the Local’s purchase of state-of-the-art equipment that will help project […]
Former youth in care are being given another key to unlocking their full potential thanks to increased access to the construction trades training delivered by B.C. ‘s union training providers. In September 2017, Premier John Horgan announced that tuition would […]
Alaska Highway News, April 25, 2018 Fort St. John resident Landon Kosior collected a gold medal last week as the top mobile crane operator at the annual Skills Canada BC competition in Abbotsford. Kosior, 29, works at Myshak Crane and […]