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Kick off summer with this Texas Scramble-format tournament at the gorgeous Sunset Ranch Golf & Country Club in Kelowna!
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Texas Scramble | 1 p.m. Shotgun start
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Come out for a fun evening of Cosmic bowling, all-you-can-eat pizza and nachos with MCABC’s Next Gen committee at Rev’s Bowling on Lougheed Highway in Burnaby! Everyone is welcome.
Two Hours of Cosmic Bowling & Shoe Rental
All You Can Eat Pizza (KINGPIN) + a Classic Nacho per lane
Package Price per Person: $ 35.00 (ALL INCLUSIVE PRICE)
~ This Event is now Full ~
Thank you to Noble British Columbia and Trotter & Morton for stepping up to be beverage sponsors for this event.
***Photographs will be taken during the event, and may be used by MCABC for promotional purposes on MCABC’s website and social media. By attending this event you are consenting to MCABC using photos in which you may appear.
View the slide presentation on Legionella Risk Management, presented by Pace Chemical’s Greg Fournier, at MCABC’s Vancouver Chapter Meeting on November 14, 2018 Please follow and like us:
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 […]
They’ve been the buzz since mid-July: Community Benefits Agreements. The current BC provincial government spent its first year in office addressing key public issues, some of which were required in their Confidence and Supply Agreement with the BC Green Party. Other issues, like housing affordability and superheated real estate markets, arose from campaign promises and […]
Politics in Western democracies is most noticeable just before, during and immediately after public elections. But whether we love politics, hate them or refuse to acknowledge them, politics are everywhere. They manifest in the office, on the job site, at the grocery store, and even at home. Political views are personal but when several people […]
I recently attended the meeting of a committee created by MCABC and ECABC – mechanical and electrical contractors. Most of you will know of the Risky Clauses project, a shared effort of the two associations to collect, review and provide legal interpretations of contracts to help our trades’ contractors administer their contract documents. This committee […]
By Dana Taylor, MCABC Executive Vice President Construction and manufacturing are increasingly coming together with the fabrication of customized mechanical system components happening more with advances in building modeling. This practice also works as a strategy to deal with the future skilled labour shortage. For at least a decade and a half, business experts have […]