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Canada’s Building Trades Unions Secure Support for Skilled Trades Workforce Mobility Support

December 16, 2021 Today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau released new ministerial mandate letters to guide the work of Cabinet to support Canadians through this trying time and build a better

Skilled Trades Workers Hope for Tax Fairness Ahead of Holidays

Statement from CBTU on Economic and Fiscal update 2021 December 15, 2021 Yesterday, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Chrystia Freeland delivered the Economic and Fiscal update providing information

Save the Date: CBTU Conference 2022 Parliamentary Reception
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Manitoba Building Trades Holds Grand Opening of $15 Million Skilled Trades Training Facility

WINNIPEG – Manitoba Building Trades (MBT) unveiled its new $15 million skilled trades training facility, Manitoba Building Trades Institute (MBTI) on August 18th, 2021. Located in central Winnipeg, MBTI will

Canada’s Building Trades Unions Call for All Parties to Support Skilled Trades Workers

With the call of the 44th election, Canada’s Building Trades Unions (CBTU), are focused on advocating for their members on three key areas: Support for Canadians traveling for work, building

Let’s Build Canada Advocates for Good Jobs in 2021 Election

Let’s Build Canada, a coalition of building and construction trade unions, is back for the 2021 election, campaigning for progressive leaders and good jobs. This year, we are proud to

CBTU Pleased with Government Report to Save Line 5

CANADA’S BUILDING TRADES UNIONS PLEASED WITH GOVERNMENT REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS TO DO WHAT IS NECESSARY TO SAVE LINE 5 April 15, 2021 – Today, the Special Committee on the Economic Relationship

CBTU Pleased with Introduction of Bill C-25

Today, Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland announced plans to double the federal Gas Tax Fund transfer. If Bill C-25 passes, an additional $2.2 billion will flow to cities and communities, directly, across the country.

Canada’s Building Trades Unions Call for Government to do Whatever Necessary to Save Line 5

March 18, 2021 – Today, Canada’s Building Trades Unions Executive Director, Sean Strickland, addressed the House of Commons Special Committee on the Economic Relationship between Canada and the United States

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