Title: Building For Our Future
From: 2020-05-11,12:00 pm
To: 2020-05-13,4:00 pm
Venue: Hilton Lac-Leamy
Postal Code: K1S 1V9
BUILDING FOR OUR FUTURE
The women and men that are the Building Trades are known across the industry as the safest, most-skilled and best trained. Our local unions are able to mobilize a large workforce, quickly, to meet the demands of the industry. Building Trades affiliates have set the bar on best practices to recruit and retain underrepresented groups to join our ranks and meet the needs of our employers. Through working together, Canada’s Building Trades Unions have been able to ensure our members can join and maintain a place in the middle-class.
This year’s Canadian Conference comes at a time where we need to look ahead, to create a strong foundation in order to build for our future. This includes assessing our strengths and weaknesses and developing a strategic plan to move forward; identifying how we can effectively work together to achieve collective goals. That’s why, this year’s conference will focus on four building blocks as identified at our Fall Policy Session: Government Relations, Workforce Development, Capital Strategies, and Communications. From the goals identified at this session, we will hear from elected officials, industry experts and leaders of our industry on tangible ways we can ensure Canada’s Building Trades Unions harness the power of solidarity to build a stronger workforce, to build a stronger middle class and to build for our future.
Lobbying has always been an important activity of our Conference. However, with the dynamic agenda, and based upon delegate feedback, we will be holding the CBTU Lobby Day separately, information to follow. We encourage delegates attending this conference to arrange their own meetings with their local MPs while in Ottawa.
Provincial and Local BCTC
Affiliated Unions and Lodges
Canada’s Building Trades Unions (CBTU) will meet in session to set policy for the next three years. In order to do so we are seeking resolutions which deal, in a policy way, with the direction of our organization. Resolutions may be submitted at any time by the Canadian Executive Board within thirty (30) days of the commencement of the Conference by any Provincial and Local Building Trades Councils. Should a Local Council, Local Union or Lodge wish to submit a resolution, that resolution must be presented and endorsed by their respective Provincial Building and Construction Trades Council. Resolutions may be entertained on any subject but may not be presented if it seeks to amend the Constitution of the Department or deal with matters which are reserved for the Governing Board of Presidents. Matters or resolutions affecting constitutional provisions cannot be acted upon and must be dealt with by the Quinquennial Convention of the North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU) in accordance with the Constitution.
Resolutions to be submitted must be in writing and under the Seal and signature of the appropriate Officers of an affiliated organization or of a Provincial Building and Construction Trades Council (All resolutions must also be submitted electronically at the email address listed below.)
Format: Arial Narrow 12
Deadline: April 9, 2020. All Resolutions must be received no later than thirty (30) days prior to the commencement of the Canadian Conference in the Canadian Office of the CBTU at 72 Chamberlain Avenue Ottawa, Ontario K1S 1V9
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