Government of Canada funds project with International Union of Operating Engineers Local 115 to help apprentices in the Greater Vancouver Area

"Canada's future success depends on building an economy that is as inclusive as it is innovative. Our government is proud of this project that will help apprentices in Burnaby, and especially those who face additional barriers to participate and succeed in the skilled trades, start exciting and well-paying careers in the trades." – The Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour

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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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