Out-of-province workers continue to work at the Nalcor hydro electric plant turbine overhaul job in Grand Falls-Windsor, NL. In protest of this, another demonstration will occur at the Nalcor Corporate office at 500 Columbus Drive, 10 a.m., Friday, 23 Sept....
An out of province contractor is employing out of province workers to do the turbine overhaul at the Nalcor hydro electric plant in Grand Falls-Windsor, NL This is work that should be done by local NL workers, especially with a...
The ACRC is restructuring its Halifax office to provide better value for Mainland Nova Scotia members. Shane Butler is no longer Regional Manager with the Council. Scott Keeping has been appointed interim Regional Manager for Mainland Nova Scotia and PEI....
Atlantic Canada Regional Council in Saint John, New Brunswick.
Thanks to the members who attended the Construction Site Leaders seminar in Saint John, NB last Friday! To date, we have reached 100 Site Leaders through the program! Best of luck on the Irving Oil Refinery turnaround! ... See MoreSee Less
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