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New Horizons – Lower Dues & Do More!

Big news: MCABC has lowered most Voting Contractor dues. In 78 years of operation, MCABC has been funded by various methods: individual membership dues, to grants from union contractors’ collective agreements, to the current structure where dues are based on company payroll. But this is the first time – to my knowledge – that dues […]

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Safety First for TVE Industrial

By Cheryl Mah Dangerous environments, risky work and remote locations are just some of the challenges industrial construction contractors face. For TVE Industrial Services Ltd., safety is paramount with the goal of a zero incident rate on every job site. The diverse industrial contractor prides itself on its quality of work and safety record. TVE […]

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Disruption

Futureproofing: Organizational Response to Disruptive Trends

Attending my association’s annual conference in late October, I glimpsed MCABC’s future, at least what it could be through the eyes of Canada’s association leaders. The conference theme was “Associations: Future Proof,” and it provided numerous presentations and workshops on existing trends in association management and operations, and some guidance of how to lead, manage […]

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Building Code 2018 Updates – Info for Mechanicals

Click on the button below to view the slides presented at the October Chapter Meeting on Oct. 18, 2018 hosted jointly by MCABC and CIPH-BC. The slides were prepared and presented by: Jarrett Hutchinson Director, Building Policy, Building & Safety Standards Branch 250-208-7277, Jarrett.Hutchinson@gov.bc.ca Please follow and like us:

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Spring 2018 Issue News

Vancouver Zero Emissions Centre set to launch   The Vancouver Regional Construction Association (VRCA) in partnership with the City of Vancouver, Passive House Canada and the Open Green Building Society has announced the launch of the Vancouver Zero Emissions Building Centre of Excellence (the Centre), a collaborative platform to strengthen the public, private and civic […]

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Marijuana in the Workplace

by BC Construction Safety Alliance In 1973 the LeDain Commission (among the better known of the many publicly funded examinations of illicit drug use in Canada over the years) was tasked to look into the impact of non-medicinal drugs like marijuana. The review was spurred by what the federal government called a “growing concern” about […]

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