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Nicole Wiet

Nicole Wiet is a journey level IUEC elevator constructor and served two terms on the IUEC Executive Board. She is a founding member of the BC Tradeswomen Society, a partner in obtaining government funding to improve the culture and retention for tradeswomen. She sits on the governance board for the BCCWITT and was on the planning committee/speaker at the inaugural Women Build BC Conference for tradeswomen in 2021. She spends her free time adventuring with her partner and attending Whitecaps FC matches where she aided the creation of an inclusive and safe supporters group named the South Sisters.

Book Launch Parties!

To kick off the New Year in style, the BC Tradeswomen Society partnered with the BC Centre for Women in the Trades to celebrate the memoir written by one of the Society’s Directors at Large, Hilary Peach. Two launch parties were held for her celebrated… Read More »Book Launch Parties!

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ToolBox Talk

Toolbox Talk: Mental Health, Substance Use and Supports in BC

Join us in a free online discussion presented by The Tailgate Toolkit Project and hosted by the BC Tradeswomen Society. During the one-hour interactive presentation, we will address the current toxic drug supply, substance use, mental health and the support networks available in British Columbia.… Read More »Toolbox Talk: Mental Health, Substance Use and Supports in BC

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