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Message from the CLR President

Welcome to the April edition of the CLR CONNECTOR.

Last month we launched and successfully completed our periodical membership satisfaction survey – an effective feedback tool that has become a tradition for CLR to gauge how well we are meeting the needs of our members.…

Membership Survey Findings. Winner Announced

CLR membership survey 2022 is complete. We would like to thank all of you who took the time to share your valuable feedback with us. Despite the closing of our annual member survey, we want to assure you that CLR is always open to…

The CLR Speaker Series, Episode 3: Women in Trades

CLR is pleased to announce the new episode of the CLR’s Speaker Series. We invite you to join our moderated expert panel of tradeswomen and employers, who will share their professional stories and perspectives on how the construction industry addresses one of the key…


©Better SuperVision is a comprehensive skills training and development process designed to improve and enhance the abilities of union construction supervisors. If your organization is interested in registering your employees in one of our ©Better SuperVision courses, we have secured the following dates:

Ben Backman Memorial Industry Leaders Golf Tournament

The 13th Annual Ben Backman Memorial Industry Leaders Golf Tournament is scheduled for Tuesday, June 14, 2022, at the Northview Golf and Country Club in Surrey.

The tournament is now sold out!

Thank you to all of the sponsors and registrants for your continued support.  We…

National Construction Labour Relations Alliance (NCLRA) Conference

Registration is ongoing for the much-anticipated
National Construction Labour Relations Alliance (NCLRA) conference in
Las Vegas from September 27-29th, 2022.

Building trade contractors and CLR associations from across Canada will gather at Bally’s Las Vegas to network, share updates and explore topics that are relevant…

Federal Budget 2022: Mixed Reactions

While some leaders in Canada’s construction industry are applauding the federal government’s budget as good for construction workers, the economy and the environment, others caution that infrastructure needs are not addressed enough.

Chris Atchison of the BC Construction Association (BCCA) praised some pieces of the…