Posted September 11, 2018 08:20:25The construction industry is gearing up for a big summer construction boom, as more and more builders start to plan for the next phase of construction.
While builders are focused on the summer construction season, the construction industry in North America and Europe is also busy this summer.
And that’s what the Home Builders Association of Canada (HBCC) is hoping to help them with this summer construction rush.
According to the HBCC, construction companies are also trying to prepare for the possibility of a new wave of migrants arriving in North American cities, and that’s why they are setting up an extra task force to work with municipalities to prepare.
According the HbcC, the group is calling for a new, all-hands-on-deck task force that will be able to meet with city planners, community groups, and construction companies, to figure out what will be necessary to prepare their communities for the coming summer.
In some cities, HBCCs are organizing to help prepare their own neighborhoods for the influx of new arrivals.
In Toronto, the HPC is also planning to host a summer conference in the next few weeks to give residents a chance to share their concerns about immigration and what needs to be done to ensure that migrants don’t come to the city and steal from our community.
According HBC, the focus of the summer conference will be on the new federal government’s plans to bring in hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees, as well as other immigration issues, to Canada over the next year.
According a press release from the HRC, the conference will take place in Toronto from September 22 to 24.
According some sources, the meeting is being called the “Home Builders’ Conference on Immigration and Refugee Policy and Resettlement.”
This news comes after the HBSC has been lobbying the government on immigration and refugee resettlement for years.
In 2014, the association’s executive director, John Gagnon, was forced to resign after it was revealed that he was lobbying the federal government on resettlement, after it had agreed to allow the resettlement of more than 800 Syrian refugees.HBC was also behind a lobbying effort for the United Nations, which lobbied the government to delay an immigration hearing for Syrian refugees until after the election, which was supposed to take place during the summer of 2019.
It’s a common theme for HBCs to lobby for the government and the United States on refugee resettlement, with Gagnons recent lobbying effort having come up against opposition from members of the H-1B visa program.
The HBCCA, however, is not the only organization lobbying for refugees and other immigrants to come to Canada, with other Canadian companies such as construction companies and the forestry industry also working with the HHC to prepare and prepare for a wave of migrant arrivals.
According To The Canadian Press, the Toronto Home Builder Association (THBA) is planning a training seminar this summer that will help the HBOC get ready for the upcoming construction season.THBA president Jim Taylor said that this summer is a “great time to get all our stakeholders in Canada ready for construction.”
Taylor said that in his view, the new government has “the most diverse workforce in our history.”
Taylor also said that the HBIG project is just one example of the way the HECC is working together with other groups in the construction sector.
The Canadian Press reported that other members of Canadian Construction Association (CCA) are also working to ensure they are prepared for the arrival of a wave in North Carolina.
“We’re all doing the same thing,” said the CEO of CCA’s North Carolina chapter, Scott Miller.
“We’re building the same building systems, we’re doing the job in the same way.
We’re working together, so we’re all prepared to meet our expectations.”
The North Carolina Department of Transportation, the state’s construction agency, is also preparing to work closely with the construction industries in North and South Carolina, Miller said.
The North Carolinian Construction Association, a union representing construction companies in North Dakota, is holding a training session this summer, as part of their effort to prepare North Dakota workers for a migration crisis that is set to hit their region.
In addition, the North Carolina Association of Building Trades and Builders (NCABB) is holding training sessions across the state this summer to help workers prepare for construction work.