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November 4, 2014 FORT ST JOHN – British Columbia’s construction employers have provided $80,000 in grant funding to support skilled trades training in the Peace River North School District through the Project Shop Class initiative. The funds were presented today at the opening of the “Find Your Fit” sessions at the Regional LNG Energy Seminars in Fort St. John
May 1, 2014 The Construction Foundation of BC has distributed close to $50,000 to four local area high schools through its Project Shop Class initiative. The Prince George Construction Association hosted an evening reception in conjunction with their Heavy Metal Rocks event in the shop class wing of Prince George Secondary School where cheques were
MAJOR CONTRIBUTIONS FROM NORTHERN GATEWAY, HOULE ELECTRIC, MORE VANCOUVER, BC – February 21, 2014 – The Construction Foundation of BC received more than $294,000 for its Project Shop Class fundraising campaign at a kick-off dinner in Vancouver last night.  Attendees included owners of many BC construction firms, senior executives from the automotive, oil, and gas
VICTORIA, BC (Feb. 6, 2014) – The Construction Foundation of BC has received 89 applications from BC high schools hoping to qualify for funding to upgrade their skills training facilities through Project Shop Class, its inaugural fundraising effort.  Schools are seeking a combined total of approximately $8.9 million. “We are very impressed with the quality
VICTORIA, BC; December 18, 2013 – Students in some British Columbia high schools will soon have improved facilities for skilled trades training, thanks to a new initiative from the Construction Foundation of BC (CFBC). Starting today, BC high schools and school districts with a demonstrated commitment to skilled trades training are invited to submit applications
Students in some British Columbia high schools will soon have improved facilities for skilled trades training, thanks to a new initiative from the Construction Foundation of BC (CFBC). Starting today, BC high schools and school districts with a demonstrated commitment to skilled trades training are invited to submit applications for grant funding to refit and

PHOTO: Donation to Honour House

Today we celebrated the official launch of the Foundation with our first donation: a $65000 contribution to Honour House. The photo below includes board members from the British Columbia Construction Association, the Vancouver Regional Construction Association, the Honour House Society, and members of the honour guard from Honour House.
NEW WESTMINSTER, November 9, 2012 –   The Construction Foundation of BC was officially launched today with the presentation of a $65,000 donation to New Westminster’s Honour House. A  new  initiative of the British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA), the Construction Foundation of BC was created to give the province’s construction industry a mechanism for making charitable
As a new initiative of the British Columbia Construction Association, the Construction Foundation of BC was created to give the construction industry greater opportunity to give back to the community.  It is only fitting that the inaugural contribution from the Foundation would be to support those who contribute so much to the health and safety
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