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February 24, 2014
ABC and Merit Canada announce partnership
Merit Canada and the Associated Builders and Contractors Inc. (ABC) signed a joint resolution on Feb. 13 outlining a partnership agreement.
“This joint resolution with ABC is a great opportunity to engage in cross-border co-operation to further our goals on important North American construction industry issues such as safety and workforce development,” said Merit Canada president Terrance Oakey.
“Together, we can make great strides toward attracting and retaining top talent and keeping all of our members moving toward the goal of zero incidents on jobsites.”
The two organizations jointly held the Eighth International Open Shop Conference and BizCon 2014 in Maui, Hawaii.
The ABC is a national trade association representing 22,000 chapter members.
Merit Canada represents the eight provincial open shop associations in Canada.
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