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Mierau Sponsors Abbotsford Chamber Lunch

October 24, 2018

Name:  2018 November Luncheon

Date:  November 1, 2018

Time:  11:30 AM – 1:30 PM

Event Description:  Who Really Stands to Benefit from Community Benefits Agreements?

Ken Baerg BA, MBA, Executive Director of Canada works will be discussing Community Benefits Agreements.

About the Guest Speaker

Ken Baerg earned his MBA at Athabasca University and his BA(Hons) in Business Political Science at Trinity Western University.  Ken is a seasoned labour relations strategist and practitioner who is passionate about supporting sustainable and effective LR models that advance economic viability, productivity and responsible advocacy built on the foundation of “team”.  Ken was the Director, Economic Development – City of Abbotsford from 2010-2012 and is currently the Executive Director of Canada Works.

November Luncheon Sponsored by:
Mierau Contractors Ltd.

For tickets, please see follow link:  Chamber Lunch


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  • “Their Project Management team and Site Superintendents are professional, knowledgeable and are up to date with the latest techniques and management processes.”
  • “We would be happy to work with them on future projects as Mierau has been professional, timely and helpful.”
  • “Their work is done professionally and they conduct themselves pleasantly with clear communication.”