Watch this stunning new podcast about powerful women in trades, launched by Build Together, Women of the Building Trades Alberta and UA Local 496-Pipe Trades Union member, Jill Tim! Good job, sister! … See MehrSee Less UNITE HERE Local 47 is proud to be the Union that makes isolated camps comfortable with good food and clean rooms – a home away from home for thousands of craftsmen. The BTA coordinates and promotes the interests of 18 local craft unions in Alberta, of which more than 60,000 members work in the residential, commercial and industrial, maintenance and manufacturing sectors. Thank you for sharing!! Sharing Trailblazing Tradeswomen stories is a great way to recruit women for trades! If anyone wants to be my guest, please send me email@example.com UNITE HERE Local 47 workers through our hiring room to work in isolated camps in northern Alberta. BTA MEDIA RELEASE: BTA donates 20,000 $US to the Santas Anonymous Campaign Fort McMurray 🎅👍 «We are pleased to provide this donation to Santas Anonymous on behalf of thousands of unionized craftsmen across Alberta, many of whom help build and wait for Fort McMurray every day,» said BTA Executive Director Terry Parker. Alberta`s economic condition, combined with the global pandemic, has been tough for many in our province. The people of Fort McMurray have been particularly affected in recent years, both for these reasons and for devastating natural disasters. Support for the communities in which we live and work is of the utmost importance to the labour movement. We want to continue to give back in the future.
«We hope this donation will give the families of Fort McMurray a very special and unforgettable Christmas, regardless of their financial ability to do so,» said Parker. Please see the full version below. Internet view: bit.ly/3o74eoY … See MoreSee Less November 30, 2020 Fort McMurray, AB – Building Trades of Alberta (BTA) proudly contributed $20,000 to the Father Mercredi School Santas Anonymous campaign last week to make this Christmas a little brighter for those in the community. […] Yesterday, building trades of Alberta Chairman and Canadian Director of UNITE HERE! Ian Robb stopped by Global Edmonton to donate $10,000 to Edmonton women`s shelters on behalf of UNITE HERE, a subsidiary of BTA. 47 locals. The Local`s annual donation is supported in support of the station`s Give Me Shelter campaign, which helps women and children escape domestic violence. … Watch More Watch Less Watch this new podcast of pioneering UA women, founded by Sister Jill Timushka CSR!!! by UA LU 496 Calgary, Alberta.
Jill Brava! #uaproud #tradeswomenunited www.youtube.com/channel/UC1g6-CTCOWZI2YGcK1bZ70g?reload=9 «potential in terms of jobs and royalties to be a reinser for Albertans.»