LiUNA John Hart Dam Project

John Hart Dam Generating Replacement Project, completed in 2018. Built by LiUNA Local 1611 members under a Project Labour Agreement.

The Canadian Museum of Human Rights

This national museum in Winnipeg, Manitoba. was proudly sponsored by LiUNA. Along side other Canadian Building Trades our Local 1258 members were involved in the construction of the museum, which opened in September 2014.


The $5.3-billion Canadian portion of the Line 3 Replacement Project involves the replacement of approximately 1,070 km of Line 3 pipeline between Hardisty, Alberta and Gretna, Manitoba with new pipeline.

Valley Line LTR Project

The Valley Line Tunnel Project in Edmonton, Alberta celebrated the 'break through' even on April 10, 2018. This milestone was marked with Mayor Don Iveson, Edmonton Centre MP Randy Boissonnault, TransEd CEO Allan Neill, and LRT Project Delivery Director Brad Smid in attendance to acknowledge the hard work of the men and women in completing the tunnel excavation, which began in 2017.

Local 92 members were commended on their skill and efforts in making the tunnel portion of the Valley Line LRT project such a success.

The Valley Line LRT is a 27 km low-floor, urban line that will operate between Mill Woods in southeast Edmonton and Lewis Farms in west Edmonton.

Keeyask Dam

LiUNA Local 1258 members have played a pivotal role in the construction of the The Keeyask Generating Station in Northern Manitoba, which will be a source of renewable energy providing approximately 695 megawatts of capacity and producing an average of 4,400 gigawatt hours of electricity each year. The renewable hydroelectric energy produced will be integrated into Manitoba Hydro’s electric system for use in Manitoba and for export.

Kitimat Modernization Project

The Kitimat Modernization Project (KMP), which consisted of the construction of a new Alumnim Smelter in Kitimat for Rio Tinto was built under a Project Labour Agreement between the B.C. Building Trades and Bechtel. Local 1611 in British Columbia skills and hardwork contributed to the overwhelming succes of the project.

Fast Facts Abour KMP

  • 9791 total members worked on site, peak of about 4000 workers
  • 99% Canadian workers (38% local including First Nations and 87% BC)
  • Only 1% temporary foreign workers – all from USA affiliates
  • World class camp and facilities for workers