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Resumption of upgrading activities on january 17, 2022

01/14/2022

On January 17, 2022, the upgrading activities scheduled in the training calendar will take place in the vocational training centers, in accordance with the most recent announcement from the Government of Quebec about COVID-19.

Hats off to you! competition: Register by March 4, 2022

01/14/2022

The government of Québec announces the launch of the 2022 edition of Hats of to you! The aim of this competition is to underline the drive and accomplishment of women registered in a study program leading to the practice of a traditionally male trade.

The construction industry will still be in high demand in 2022

12/08/2021

Today, the CCQ is distributing its publication Perspectives 2022. This document contains the economic forecasts for activities in the construction industry for next year and the anticipated results for the current year.

Reminder for employers: Increase in the allowance for interior systems installers and carpenters working on drywall installation

12/03/2021

The 2021–2025 collective agreements for the institutional and commercial and industrial sectors provide for the payment of an allowance for the provision of tools and work clothing for interior systems installers and carpenters engaged in drywall installation.

Current research projects on inclusion in the construction industry : be part of the solution!

11/30/2021

In its efforts to promote inclusion in the construction industry, the CCQ works with various partners on research projects to gather information in the field.

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