Labour Supply Still Top Issue Even As Trades Diversify and Offer Greater Stability, Earnings

BCCA welcomes investments in labour mobility and training, and improvements in municipal permitting systems, but these are small commitments that will not help to build the strong foundation needed to ensure Canada remains resilient.

Industry is appalled to see the tabling of Bill 10 this week, which seeks to interfere in workforce dynamics to fix a problem that does not exist.

Teck Resources Limited is the first mining company to sign the Builders Code Acceptable Worksite Pledge.

Today in the House the Honourable Anne Kang, Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Training, introduced Bill 4, the Skilled Trades BC Act.  

Long-awaited progress applauded by leading construction industry advocacy groups.

The Builders Code is honouring four employers with five Builders Code Champion Awards for leading the way in advancing the workforce culture of BC’s industrial, commercial, and institutional construction sector.

Prompt Payment included in the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services Report on the Budget 2022 Consultation.