April 28 is National Day of Mourning – a day of reflection for those injured, hurt, or lost on the jobsite. The Atlantic Canada Regional Council of Carpenters, Millwrights and Allied Workers wishes to recognize those workers and their families,...
Please note the Local 579 meeting scheduled for tonight at the Clarenville Inn has been cancelled due to weather.
We are excited to announce a series of union awareness events taking place this summer that coincides with our five-year anniversary as a Council. Building Better Communities is a construction industry event aimed at providing more information about the ACRC...
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5 days ago
Our flags are flying at half-mast today to commemorate the #DayofMourning & remember those lives lost & those who have been injured at work.
6 days ago
- On this National Day of Mourning, let's recognize those injured or lost on the job site and pledge to work safe every day #DayofMourning April 28, 2016 10:30 am from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Safety is everyone's responsibility. April 28 is National #DayofMourning #WorkersLivesMatter April 26, 2016 12:11 pm from Twitter Web Client ReplyRetweetFavorite
- RT @PCCAtlantic: $65,000 raised in support of @PCCAtlantic on this beautiful night @MurphysHalifax! Now that's some #GoodCleanFun https://t… April 22, 2016 10:57 pm from Twitter for iPhone ReplyRetweetFavorite
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.