United in support for B.C.’s construction industry – Jan. 27, 2015
The Government of British Columbia and the Independent Contractors and Businesses Association (ICBA) are united in their commitment to stand up for B.C. and support competitiveness.
Opinion: BC Hydro needs inclusive model for Site C construction – March 3, 2015
If the goal is to jeopardize the Site C Clean Energy project, then the building trades unions deserve credit.
Investing in the future of B.C.’s apprentices – April 17, 2015
While there are misconceptions about working in the construction industry, with one million job openings by 2022 and 44 per cent requiring skilled and technical training, it’s become even more important for our sector to get youth interested in becoming construction professionals.
Silent majority say ‘yes’ to responsible resource development while NDP leadership remains out of touch – Nov. 6, 2015
A new study released today by the Independent Contractors and Businesses Associations (ICBA) reveals that overall 84 per cent of British Columbians support responsible resource development.
Construction industry optimistic for 2016 except in northern B.C., survey suggests – Dec. 16, 2015
B.C.’s Interior, Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island are optimistic for increased work volumes and wages in 2016, according to the Independent Contractors and Businesses Association of B.C.’s annual survey. However, Northern B.C. projects a decline in growth despite increased activity.
CMD Group and ICBA join forces in British Columbia – Nov. 25, 2015
Strategic partnership will enhance access to industry insights and opportunities for ICBA members across the province.