Skills Training and Continuing Education
Below are articles from the latest Skills Training and Continuing Education Special Feature Newsletter, published December 20, 2022 by the Journal of Commerce.
Feature Articles - Skills Training and Continuing Education
Where to find Western Canadian dollars to fund new hires and training?
Provincial and federal governments have rolled out numerous initiatives to help...
Government , Labour
Drive a car or an excavator? Abbotsford, B.C. high school students can choose
Emilie, an Abbotsford, B.C. youth, is sitting on a piece of heavy equipment, her...
BCCSA to launch new asbestos control training program in 2023
Mike McKenna, executive director of the BC Construction Safety Alliance (BCCSA),...
Associations , OH&S
IHSA suspended work platform training a must
In the potentially dangerous occupation of working from suspended work platforms...
Associations , Labour
Hitting the road with ORBA’s 16th road building academy
With winter firmly entrenched and road construction halted—for the most part—unt...
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Top 20 U.S. Mega Project Starts
In 2020, there were 11 projects valued at $1 billion or more each, and 26 projec...
Canada's Urban Population Growth
This infographic looks at the surge in Canada's urban population growth.
This infographic looks at the latest Canadian population growth rates.
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Coventry Homes, former executive hit with lawsuits alleging sexual assault, harassment
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Government , OH&S
B.A. Blacktop employee embezzled $1.9 million
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Industry has a ‘complete void of basic knowledge’ on carbon footprints
Owners, contractors and subs are eager to take meaningful steps to decarbonize t...
Construction trades included in new category-based immigration policy
OTTAWA — The federal government has announced it is introducing “category-based...
Government , Labour
Fix approvals, start building says Electricity Canada
A new report from Electricity Canada drives home the urgency of expanding Canada...
Jill of All Trades program gains momentum across North America
Two hundred and seventy female high school students received a hands-on introduc...
RJC Engineers shakes things up as part of massive tall wood seismic tests
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