Participate with other like industry members in discussions and updates on issues impacting business and Labour
Lobbying/advocating/communicating with the Provincial Government on issues of economic development, training, safety, and labour relations
Provide valuable input into Government with regard to Labour legislation as was done with the Red Tape Commission and Construction Lien legislation
Continual updates during Labour negotiations and timely information on trade settlements
Long term promotion of the Construction Industry as a career
In this period of economic realignment and international competition, the Council provides informed practical experience which is critical for management decisions
Full Members: are defined as companies which purchase major production facilities.
Associate Members: are defined as companies which provide construction, maintenance or engineering services.
Subscriber Members are defined as organizations which have peripheral interest in construction activity.
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