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Setting a New Standard

A new Community Building Standard means ensuring infrastructure projects in Canada are built the right way. This means ensuring major projects that are delivered across Canada are focused on three core principles – a commitment to safety and quality, investing in trades and apprenticeships, and leaving a positive community legacy.

Setting a New Standard

A new Community Building Standard means ensuring infrastructure projects in Canada are built the right way. This means ensuring major projects that are delivered across Canada are focused on three core principles – a commitment to safety and quality, investing in trades and apprenticeships, and leaving a positive community legacy.

A Commitment to
Safety & Quality

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Investing in Trades
& Apprenticeships

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Leaving a Positive
Community Legacy

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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.

Learn More