- Contractors north of the border are seeking to give again to personnel in the really hard-strike cafe sector and support them recover from the adverse financial impacts of the coronavirus pandemic, just one meal at a time.
- The British Columbia Development Affiliation announced the second annual #lunchboxchallenge as component of its Development and Skilled Trades Month in April. Organizers are offering 100 grants totaling $37,500 to inspire development businesses to treat their crews to a absolutely free lunch from a neighborhood cafe. There will be fifty grants of $250 and fifty grants of $500, depending on crew measurement.
- “Our field was declared necessary in the course of the pandemic, and while it is really been a hard 12 months, we’re happy of how effectively we have finished and eager to give the workforce a little bit of recognition,” said Chris Atchison, president of BCCA, in a assertion.