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November 12, 2020

Join Us for Our Holiday Luncheon!

The Kenora Construction Association invites you to join us at our HOLIDAY LUNCHEON! Thursday, December 03, 2020 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Bob’s Burger Bar Please R.S.V.P. by Friday, November 27th to the KCA office by emailing kca@kmts.ca. Click here … Continue reading

Newsletters

KCA Newsletter 2020 KCA Newsletter Summer2019 featuring KCA Apprenticeship Bursaries ( 6 available in 2019); KCA 2019 Apprenticeship Bursary Recipients; Save the Date: 26th Annual Golf Tournament; Meet your new Board of Directors; Park’N Fly Benefit for KCA Members KCA … Continue reading

March 27, 2018

KCA Apprenticeship Bursary Recipients

Kenora, Ontario, March 27, 2018 – The Kenora Construction Association presented its final two bursaries for the 2017 year to recipients Mike Snyder an employee of Solid Construction Inc. and Stephen Baxter an employee of A.K. & Company (Kenora) Ltd. … Continue reading

Mission

To serve and represent all sectors of the construction industry, and coordinate industry objectives and development.

OBJECTIVES:

(a) To represent the industry with respect to federal, provincial, and municipal government departments, Crown agencies, government funded agencies, having policies or programs affecting the construction industry-in order to provide the industry’s viewpoints and policies on all matters of concern;

(b) To develop and maintain liaison with business and community organizations, the design professions, the media, related associations, and the public, in order to provide a greater awareness of the construction industry; its concerns, policies, capabilities, and viewpoints;

(c) To strive to improve relationships, standards and practices of operations and procedures within the construction industry;

(d) To develop services, programs, and benefits for members where demand or need is sufficient to warrant;

(e) To research, collect, and distribute as warranted, information on all matters of concern to the industry-including the presentation of informational and educational programs toward this end;

(f) To strive to bring together larger numbers of firms and individuals in the industry in order to (I) provide a stronger unified voice for the industry and (ii) provide a broader base for the development of industry services;

(g) To continually analyze construction industry manpower needs in Ontario, and promote training programs;

(h) Continue to provide strong administrative services to the construction industry in Ontario.