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CBTU Launches Program to Increase Women in the Trades by 30 Per Cent

Feb 21, 2019

Today, Canada’s Building Trades Unions (CBTU) announced the launch of provincial Offices to Advance Women Apprentices (OAWA) in Manitoba, Saskatchewan […]

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Build Together: Women in Leadership

Feb 4, 2019

Ashley Duncan started her career with Heat and Frost Insulators, Local 118 back in 2010. Born and raised in Coquitlam, […]

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New BT Women’s Chapter in New Brunswick!

Feb 2, 2019

Small but mighty- we are thrilled to introduce the founding members of the brand new New Brunswick Build Together Chapter! […]

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Build Together BC meets with B.C. Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure

Jan 28, 2019

Build TogetHER co-chair Ashley Duncan (centre) and mentorship & training director Julie Sawatsky (right) caught up with B.C. Minister of […]

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Scholarship awarded by B.C. Build Together

Jan 26, 2019

At Build TogetHER B.C. ‘s Annual General Meeting they awarded their first scholarship to Kelley (HyeonLee) Jeong of BCRCC 1907. […]

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The Accidental Apprentice Podcast: An Interview with Lindsay Amundsen

Jan 23, 2019

When you were young, did you ever dream of doing the exact kind of work you are doing today? For […]

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Looking for a St Valentine’s Day gift supporting women in trades?

Jan 16, 2019

For anyone who is looking for a gift for that Special Someone this Valentine’s Day. We still have some of […]

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Build TogetHER welcomes transgender members

Dec 17, 2018

Article by Corry Anderson-Fennel, Build Together BC The women’s caucus of the BC Building Trades has become the first chapter […]

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The new Apprenticeship Incentive Grant for Women

Dec 13, 2018

Available now! The new Apprenticeship Incentive Grant for Women provides $3,000 per year or level, up to a maximum amount […]

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Reflecting on Women Build Nations and what it means for Canadian tradeswomen

Nov 15, 2018

Just one month ago, over 2,300 tradeswomen – including 150 Canadian tradeswomen – gathered in Seattle, Washington to participate in […]

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