"Everyone Deserves A Seat" forum at Carpenters Hall on January 14th, 5:30-8:00PM

A Transportation, Jobs, and Equity forum featuring national speakers and local panelists. Join us for a night of inspirational, informational leaders in the field of transit and share our vision, feel our passion, wear our armor for the coming fight for transit dollars. Here is the flyer about the event: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_z-xdIsVGxARU92ODRvMmx6UHc/edit?usp=sharing

Tips To Protect Workers In Cold Environments

OSHA's Cold Stress Card provides a reference guide and recommendations to combat and prevent many illnesses and injuries. Available in English and Spanish, this laminated fold-up card is free to employers, workers and the public.  Read more »

An important opportunity to weigh in on the environmental review of the PolyMet Mining Inc. project

A comprehensive environmental analysis of Minnesota’s first proposed copper-nickel mine has been released for public review and input. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and U.S. Forest Service are seeking public comment on the NorthMet Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (SDEIS). Read more »

Polymet- "Investing in our region and state"

Minnesota Building and Construction Trades Council President Harry Melander expressed support for the Polymet Mining Project in a recent meeting of Building Trades' leaders from around the state. Tens of millions annually in federal, state and local tax revenue. More than $2 million annually for northeastern Minnesota schools. Hundreds of family- and community-sustaining jobs.

PolyMet Mining’s NorthMet project is expected to produce abundant community and economic benefits throughout construction and after operations begin. Read more »

Operating Engineers to Re-Affiliate with North America's Building Trades Unions

General President Callahan:  “I am pleased to announce that the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) will once again be affiliated with North America’s Building Trades Unions.  Raising our collective voice and acting with common purpose through this affiliation will benefit not only IUOE members, but all union construction tradesmen and women throughout the U.S. Read more »

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