BC Construction Association

budget

Construction Business

B.C. budget disappoints business groups

The BC Budget 2023 fails to address the increasing costs facing businesses and the province’s competitiveness.
hotline

Construction Business

BCCA creates COVID-19 virtual hotline

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the BC Construction Association (BCCA) is bolstering the resources its providing online with a “virtual hotline.”
Inflation

Construction Business

BCCA launches mortgage solution for workers

BCCA has launched a mortgage investment corporation (MIC) to make securing a mortgage easier for B.C.’s skilled tradespeople and other in-demand workers.
builders code

Construction Business

B.C. Builders Code to improve worker retention

A new initiative called Builders Code aims to address B.C.’s skilled labour shortage by reducing harassment, bullying and hazing on construction worksites.
Van Buren

Construction Business

Construction associations applaud steel tariff relief

VRCA joins the B.C. and Canadian Construction Associations in welcoming the federal government’s decision to provide tariff relief on steel products.

Construction Business

Fewer B.C. youth entering construction trades

The proportion of B.C. high school graduates entering the construction trades has dropped, according to a report by the B.C. Construction Association.

Construction Business

BCCA Manley McLachlan announces retirement

The British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA) have announced that Chris Atchison has been named incoming president, replacing retiring incumbent Manley McLachlan. The handover will begin

Construction Business

Construction skilled trades gap shrinks in B.C.

A report by the BC Construction Association (BCCA) shows the skilled trades gap is shrinking in B.C. as more youth enter the industry. It is