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VRCA Unveils Reconciliation Action Plan through the Bridging Perspectives Webinar Series

February 29, 2024 VRCA Unveils Reconciliation Action Plan through the Bridging Perspectives Webinar Series Please find below the news release announcing VRCA’s embarkment on a journey to deepen our understanding of reconciliation within the context of the construction industry: VRCA Unveils Reconciliation Action Plan through the Bridging Perspectives Webinar Series Share this entry Share on…

Truth and Reconciliation Resources for BC Employers

November 6, 2023 Truth and Reconciliation Resources for BC Employers Please find below some valuable resources (also used by the BC Construction Association) as you embark on your Truth and Reconciliation journey: Indigenous Relations Academy – Indigenous Relations Academy Inc. powered by Indigenous Corporate Training Inc. Home – Creative Fire (creative-fire.com) Get Started Guide –…

BCCA To Hold 2023 Annual General Meeting (AGM)

September 5, 2023 BCCA To Hold 2023 Annual General Meeting (AGM) The AGM of the BC Construction Association will be held Wednesday, September 27th, 2023 at 11:30 am, at the Coast Coal Harbour Hotel in Vacouver, BC. The Annual General Meeting of the BC Construction Association will be held: Date: Wednesday, September 27th, 2023 at…

Leadership in Public Procurement 2023

April 3, 2023 Leadership in Public Procurement 2023 Post Subheader The BC Construction Association is a powerful advocate for fair, open, and transparent procurement policies.   In-demand contractors pay attention to document quality and assess the risk of a project beginning at the tendering stage because a successful project starts at the paper. Poor procurement processes…

A LETTER TO BC’S CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS

March 27, 2023 A Letter to BC’s Construction Contractors Contractors are working harder than ever but not always getting ahead, often due to issues related to non-payment and late payment, or unfair contract terms. Construction and Skilled Trades Month is a great opportunity to recognize the 236,000 British Columbians who keep this essential industry going…