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Statement by Canada’s Building Trades Unions on Trans Mountain Expansion Project

Canada’s Building Trades Unions Executive Director, Sean Strickland, has released the following statement regarding the Government of Canada’s announcement on the next steps for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project (the project):  “Canada’s Building Trades Unions support Deputy Prime Minister Freeland’s announcement today, to ensure the Trans Mountain Expansion Project – an important part of Canada’s

Statement by Canada’s Building Trades Unions on Blockades

Canada’s Building Trades Unions Executive Director, Sean Strickland, has released the following statement regarding the ongoing protests and blockades: “Canada’s Building Trades Unions have always supported the freedom to peacefully protest and demonstrate however, the ongoing demonstrations we are seeing across Canada have gone too far, for too long. From Ottawa to Windsor to Coutts

Statement on Black History Month

February is Black History Month, a time to recognize and honour the contributions to our society made by Black people and Black communities. The civil rights and organized labour movements have been intertwined for decades – many of the things we have advocated for have been the same – including livable wages, fair working conditions,

Statement by Canada’s Building Trades Unions on Budget 2022

Canada’s Building Trades Unions are calling for the upcoming 2022 Federal Budget to include tax support for skilled trades workers. In his appearance in front of the Standing Committee on Finance this week, Executive Director of Canada’s Building Trades Unions, Sean Strickland, made the case for a skilled trades workforce mobility tax deduction. “CBTU commends

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