BTA Charitable Foundation To Donate $110,000 Alberta food banks

"The work Hope Centres do in communities around the province is vital to ensuring Alberta’s most vulnerable get the supports they need," said Building Trades of Alberta Executive Director, Terry Parker.

"The labour movement is rooted in social justice and helping those less fortunate. The Building Trades of Alberta Charitable Foundation is proud to support the efforts of organizations like Hope Centres that help improve the well-being of thousands, every day."

"I encourage those who can to support Hope Centres in their community by donating, volunteering or in any way they’re able," said Parker. "The help you give may change, or save, a life."

The Building Trades of Alberta Charitable Foundation began in 1991 and has raised over $7.6 million for more than 70 non-profit organizations across Alberta.

The Building Trades of Alberta advocates for 16 Alberta trade unions whose 75,000 members work in the residential, commercial and industrial construction, maintenance and fabrication industries.

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Expanding the Trans Mountain Pipeline Will benefit all Canadians

Premier Rachel Notley recently said of the Keep Canada Working campaign:

"This is a national conversation, it has national implications for our economy, it has national implications for jobs, and it has national implications for the decision-making process. So it makes sense that we develop a national consensus on it."

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BTA Launches the Apprenticeship Support & Knowledge Centre (ASK)

Many apprentices find the apprenticeship process so difficult that they don’t complete their training.

That’s why ASK is here.The Apprenticeship Support & Knowledge Centre’s mission is to assist apprentices in the Building Trades to progress in, and complete their apprenticeships. ASK might be able to help make the apprenticeship process a little easier for you.

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