Please note all ACRC offices will be closed on Friday, November 11 to observe Remembrance Day. Offices will reopen on Monday, November 14.
Our contractor (Gilson) is looking for millwrights to start work ASAP at the Halifax (Irving) Shipyards. Please note security clearances and other paperwork is required to work on site. If interested, please contact Jeff Richardson at 902-759-1922 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Atlantic Canada Regional Council shared United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America's photo.
212 Carpenters Union Way is the new address. ... See MoreSee Less
Recently members of the General Executive Board unveiled a new address and street sign for the Carpenters International Training Center (ITC). This new address is aligned with the #UBC way of providing our members with the training, advanced skills and productivity demanded in today’s construction industry. Find out more here: ow.ly/UMKt306RtOb
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Atlantic Canada Regional Council added 5 new photos.
CMC Nova Scotia instructor John Loney and his son Elijah are volunteering to rebuild parts of Haiti affected by Hurricane Matthew. They are working alongside other volunteers as part of Haiti Arise, a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening the Haitian community through education and relief efforts. We will follow their journey and post updates here. ... See MoreSee Less
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There is no other trades organization in Atlantic Canada so dedicated to training as the Atlantic Canada Regional Council.
Training is the cornerstone of our future. If we are to be competitive, and to increase our market share over time, we must do so on the basis of a membership who lead their trade in competence and productivity. Neither of those qualities happens without a commitment to offering the best training in Atlantic Canada.