COMING BACK STRONGER

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Setting the Standard
and Coming Back Stronger

Skilled trades will play a vital role in our economic recovery, helping BC come back stronger. By using Community Benefits Agreements to build critical infrastructure, we can inject billions of dollars into the provincial economy and create thousands of stable, well-paying, family supporting jobs for tradesmen and women across the province. CBA’s also ensure that our critical infrastructure is built right the first time and that the entire community can share in the rewards.

Kicking Horse Canyon – Phase Four

Phase four of the Kicking Horse Canyon project is going to be built the right way.

Thanks to the Community Benefits Agreements this $601 million dollar project will be built by local workers and will boost B.C.’s economy.

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Pattullo Bridge

The provincial government announced that Pattullo Bridge will be built using a CBA. This $1.4 billion project will be completed in 2024 and will bring approximately 7,000 direct and indirect jobs to the province. 

CBAs are crucial to British Columbia’s post pandemic recovery.

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Kicking Horse Canyon – Phase Four

Phase four of the Kicking Horse Canyon project is going to be built the right way.

Thanks to the Community Benefits Agreements this $601 million dollar project will be built by local workers and will boost B.C.’s economy.

Learn More

Pattullo Bridge

The provincial government announced that Pattullo Bridge will be built using a CBA. This $1.4 billion project will be completed in 2024 and will bring approximately 7,000 direct and indirect jobs to the province. 

CBAs are crucial to British Columbia’s post pandemic recovery.

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Community Benefits Agreement (CBA)

The provincial government recently announced a Community Benefits Agreement for the Pattullo Bridge replacement and Highway 1 upgrades between Kamloops and Alberta.

This means more investments in trades and apprenticeship opportunities for women, youth, and Indigenous communities, a key principle of CBS. In addition, Indigenous peoples and other traditionally under-represented groups will now have priority access to employment and training opportunities.

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Community Benefit Agreements (CBAs)

The provincial government recently announced community benefit agreements for the Pattullo Bridge replacement and Highway 1 upgrades between Kamloops and Alberta.

This means more investments in trades and apprenticeship opportunities for women and youth, a key principle of CBS. In addition, Indigenous peoples and other traditionally under-represented groups will now have priority access to employment and training opportunities.

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