July 7, 2022

June 10, 2022

OPEN CALL for Welders and Steamfitter Apprentices only at this time. All relevant information is detailed below. All enquiries should be directed by email to [email protected]. Due to the heavy volume of calls, telephone calls or voice mail messages left at the union office may not be returned for several days; however, all emails will be prioritized and responded to within 1-3 business days.


Click here for a copy of the LNG Memorandum of Agreement

Effective June 5, 2022, the wage rate has increased by 12%. The updated wage grid is as follows:


14-7 rotation: 14 days of work followed by 7 days off

10-hour shifts (1.175 Multiplier)

Dayshift only

BC/Alberta residents – Fly in/Fly out project with scheduled chartered flights out of Vancouver, Nanaimo, Kelowna, Prince George, Edmonton and Calgary.

Effective June 10, 2022, JFJV instituted Pipefitter Attraction and Retention Program which includes commercial flights for the rest of Canada. Click here for attachment.


  1. VACCINATION: LNGC has adopted a site policy that all workers must be fully vaccinated. All employees MUST be double vaccinated and have had their second vaccination no later than 15 days before your travel date for those accessing charter flights/buses and 15 days before your start date for those that are local. UPDATE: Effective July 1, 2022, the mandatory vaccination program has been paused – click here for official notification.
  3. PRE-ACCESS DRUG AND ALCOHOL TEST (booking information will be provided). Test to be booked within 48 hours of dispatch.


Who can I phone to get more information?
Unfortunately due to a high volume of calls, we are unable to take calls at this time. All enquiries should be made by emailing : [email protected]

Should I deposit my Travel Card now?
No, not until its determined that you will be on a specific call and meet the criteria, once you have received email confirmation. Depositing your travel card does not guarantee you a phone call or a job.

How long is this project expected to last?
LNG Canada is a $40 billion project expected to last 1-3 years.

What is LNG Canada project?
This is a greenfield project that will be built on 400 hectares of land in Kitimat industrial area in British Columbia, Canada. JGC Fluor BC LNG JV (JFJV) is designing and building the LNG Canada plant as a brand new facility. When completed, the plant will consist of a natural gas receiving and LNG production facility, as well as a marine terminal with the capacity to accommodate two LNG carriers, a tugboat dock, and LNG loading lines. The facility will also include LNG processing units, storage tanks, a rail yard, water treatment facility, and flare stacks.