This is little more than a cynical backroom deal by the NDP government aimed at rewarding building trades unions for their ongoing support.
A new PCA initiative is calling out the British Columbia NDP government for exclusionary practices.
Members of the British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA) and other organizations have weighed in from across the province against the recently implemented community benefits agreements (CBAs).
Fair, open, and transparent should be the top objectives of a competitive public bidding process. Anything else is a bad deal for taxpayers. *content behind paywall*.
A group of British Columbia construction associations, unions, businesses and individuals has filed a petition to the court to strike down the hiring model in recently announced CBAs which they…
In an open letter to Premier Horgan the Progressive Contractors Association of Canada (PCA) has joined business groups in calling on the premier to abandon his government’s “ill-advised and ill-conceived…
PCA’s Paul de Jong offers his take on why Premier Horgan’s new rules on public infrastructure projects are simply wrong.
PCA’s Paul de Jong offers his opinion on why Premier John Horgan should take pointers from Ontario Premier, Doug Ford on respecting taxpayers by saving them money on public infrastructure…
PCA’s Paul de Jong offers his opinion on infrastructure projects being guided by basic principals of competition, fairness, and value.
Paul de Jong offers his response to public pushback of a poll released that shows British Columbians do not support restrictive PLAs.