Industry groups across Saskatchewan wrote a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau regarding recent statements made by the Federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change regarding the funding of road infrastructure projects in Canada.
REGINA – The Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association (SHCA) commends the provincial government on signing the memorandum of understanding with Manitoba and Alberta to strengthen the economic corridors between our provinces.
The Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association (SHCA) congratulates the Saskatchewan Party government today on delivering the 2023–24 budget with hopes for a broader discussion on planning and investments over a longer term going forward.
SHCA is hosting its spring kick-off and prestigious Industry Awards Gala at the Delta Hotel & Convention Centre in Regina, March 29–31. Training opportunities and Asphalt Institute meetings take place March 29 and 30, and click below for a link to the full agenda for March 31. See you there!
As employers scramble, or perhaps more accurately pull their hair out, over vacant jobs, strong demand and no one to actually do the work, it is little wonder they are frustrated these days. And StatsCan seems to amplify that sense when it posts surveys showing “record-setting job vacancies” now sitting north of one million positions. The logical response on the part of employers is to ask: where have all the workers gone?