The Alberta Construction Association, (ACA), which we are an associate member of, is seeking assistance from the PGAA, and others, to help identify areas where they will be able to advocate for change, in post-election Alberta. The ACA’s question to us is, would we be willing to distribute a simple questionnaire 5.3 candidate scorecard to our employees, … read more
Skills Canada was another great success for the PGAA in 2018. With 10,871 attendees and 50 Try-A-Trade booths, we saw a ton of young people exposed to the glazing trade and to the life of trades overall. Our winner this year, of the TV giveaway was a young girl named Lindsey, from Mary Butterworth School … read more
To: All PGAA Members 2018-07-09 Re: Master Glazier Program After much soul searching the PGAA has decided to put the Master Glazier Program on hold. There are several factors that have led us to this decision. The primary one is the lack of industry buy in. The second course that we developed in the … read more
Please see the link to the WCB’s upcoming changes:
If any of these changes negatively impact your workers or your firm, please share your comments. Through our affiliation with the Alberta Construction Association (ACA) we will be providing industry feedback.
Thanks Gary Porter/Keith Wallace … read more
Winners (shown below) have been announced at the GTA January 8th meeting. First Year: Bradley Veniot – from Wholesale Bevel & Edge First Year Don Simpson Award: Bradley Veniot – from Wholesale Bevel & Edge Second Year: Jennifer Quaghebeur – from Wholesale Bevel & Edge Third Year: Darian Vander Vliet – from Aluminum & Glass … read more
With changes to the Alberta Employment Standards taking place 2018-01-01, the Alberta Construction Association is trying to help members (the PGAA is an associate member of ACA) to navigate the rapidly implemented changes. Be informed. More details on impending changes to Alberta’s Employment Standards are available since ACA first alerted members in June 2017. Please … read more