Presentations from the November 14th, 2018 presentations – Working with Earth, Wind & Metal Earth, Wind & Metal – Architectural Sheet Metal Roofs Earth, Wind & Metal – Designing Green Roofs for Stormwater Management Earth, Wind & Metal – Not […]

RCABC RoofStar Technical Advisor Hamish Matheson was on CTV News Vancouver on November 12th for a consumer protection story about roof warranties.  The full story and video can be viewed HERE.

UBC has provided a brief on their ongoing evaluation of the Certificate of Recognition (COR) Program.  The brief can be accessed HERE and the full details are on the UBC School of Population and Public Health website HERE.

Roofing Contractors Association of British Columbia (RCABC) joins British Columbia Construction Association (BCCA) and other leading associations in expressing concern about a potentially limiting approach that may layer on costs and reduce competitive bidding on provincial infrastructure projects. RCABC is […]

VICORIA, B.C. – Eight of Canada’s best roofers and sheet metal workers gathered together in Victoria on Friday, July 6th for a national competition. Coming out on top as the big winner of the 43rd Annual Canadian Sheet Metal Workers […]

July 17, 2018

  RCABC Technical Articles I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore, Toto (Part 1) I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore, Toto (Part 2) I have a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore (Part 3) Making […]

POSTED ON JUNE 7, 2018 BY COCABC First aid attendants are a lifeline for those who become injured or ill in the workplace. WorkSafeBC regularly reviews the occupational first aid training program to ensure that it is keeping up with best practices. In […]

May 10, 2018

The Master Roofer Designation recognizes roofers who are working for RCABC Member companies and have excelled in the industry.  Applicants must be certified in the trade and will be able to demonstrate that they have continued to learn about the […]

April 3, 2018

Payment delays are the most significant bottleneck in B.C.’s construction industry. These bottlenecks push risk down the construction chain which leads to fewer competitive bids on projects, higher costs, layoffs, and in the worst cases bankruptcy. Timely cash flow throughout […]

New Interprovincial Agreement to Grow Canada’s Economy TORONTO, April 7th, 2017 /CNW/ – Ministers representing the federal, provincial and territorial governments have concluded negotiations on a new Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) that will help to expand Canadian businesses and […]