Nominate MEMBER OF THE YEAR and/or CONTRACTOR OF THE YEAR.
Today on National Day of Truth and Reconciliation is a day of reflection to recognize the horrific history of residential schools and in honouring all the missing children along with the survivors of these schools.
At LiUNA Local 1611 we fly the Every Child Matters flag to honour Indigenous Peoples across Canada.
Some of the resources and education along with donation site are listed here:
- Phyllis (Jack) Webstad – original orange shirt day (https://bit.ly/3uljC5w)
- Guide to Deeper Engagement – 10 Things You Can Reflect (https://bit.ly/3CZVAQN)
- Indian Residential School Survivors Society (www.irsss.ca)
- Orange Shirt Society (www.orangeshirtday.org)
- National Association of Friendship Centres (https://nafc.ca/home)
- LiUNA Local 1611 infograph (https://bit.ly/39Nh6vx)
September 30 marks National Day for Truth and Reconciliation — an annual commemoration honouring the children who died while attending residential schools, and the survivors, families and communities still affected by their legacy. Click here for LiUNA Local 1611 info-graph.
We invite everyone to take this step with us here at LiUNA Local 1611 and give One Day’s Pay (or donation) by September 30, 2021. Visit OneDaysPay.ca to donate to either: The Indian Residential School Survivors Society and/or The Orange Shirt Day Society/Every Child Matters Society and/or National Association of Friendship Centres.
They are looking for TCPs, LCTs, one dispatcher and one TCS for various projects in the lower
mainland to start ASAP.
Contact them by phone at: 604–991–8000 / 604-781-1110
Or email your details to: email@example.com (Please include your resume and TCP Ticket)
For TCPs: BCCSA Certified TCP Ticket with Minimum 1 years** of TCP Experience
For LCTs: BCCSA Certified TCP Ticket with Minimum 2 Years** of LCT Experience.
** Terms and Conditions apply
We have partnered with VuBIZ for LiUNA Local 1611 members and their children to take unlimited courses for FREE. For more information and to sign up, visit: cswu1611.org/vubiz/
We are actively recruiting members for construction and labour jobs building major infrastructure projects across the province. Learn more about the opportunities available, project details, certificates required and how to apply. https://cswu1611.org/ready-to-work/.
The latest edition of the Council of Senior Citizens’ Organizations of BC (COSCO) News is now available for our Retired Members online.
Please click HERE to download the PDF.