A CBA ensures public infrastructure projects get built the right way. This means there are ongoing benefits to each community where we live and work, which includes opportunities for youth, apprenticeships, women, and Indigenous communities. Communities are stronger when they are able to participate directly in the economy and contribute to the well-being of their local suppliers and services.

Key Benefits of a CBA

  • More jobs + training opportunities for women, youth, and Indigenous communities
  • New investments in apprenticeships
  • Overall target increase of 25% in apprenticeships
  • Priority hiring for qualified workers who live within 100 km of projects
  • Increase in skilled workers
  • Higher graduation rates amongst youth
  • Projects built the right way with the environment and safety put first
  • Open bidding process that ensures everyone has an opportunity to participate

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