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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 Click here … Continue reading


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


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


(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.