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Construction Workers and Unions

Construction workers are a very important part of Canada’s economy. As a result, it is important that our construction workers are properly compensated and are able to work in a safe environment. Unions are an important organization for workers who may otherwise be taken advantage of by employers. Continue reading to learn more about unions

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Alberta Construction Sector Outlook

The long-term growth of Alberta’s construction industry expects to see modest growth over the next decade (2020 – 2029) according to research reports by BuildForce Canada. The rise of non-residential construction requirements and an acceleration in oil sands investment is driving these changes. In addition, residential construction projects are also expected to increase as well.

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Saskatchewan Construction Sector Outlook

Saskatchewan expects to see moderate growth in the construction industry throughout the next decade (2020 – 2029) according to research reports by BuildForce Canada. Saskatchewan’s growth in the residential construction sector and other utility-related projects will fuel the need for a growing workforce. Overall, construction employment expects to grow modestly throughout the decade. Large gains

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Why Pursue a Career in Construction?

There are plenty of reasons for why someone should pursue a career in the construction industry. A common misconception is that construction work is boring, difficult, and dangerous. In reality, construction workers are among the happiest employees who receive great benefits and contribute to the growth of their communities. Continue reading to learn more about

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