These groups invest their time and resources to build a stronger building supply industry in Canada and we think they are very important to our member’s future.
The Atlantic Building Supply Dealers’ Association is the collective voice and liaison for the independent building supply and home improvement industry focusing on dealer and supplier needs by providing and delivering quality services and benefits.
The Building Supply Industry Association of BC is an association of retailers and related suppliers, wholesalers, and manufacturers who strive to provide information and services for members, promote the industry and address issues of concern at all levels of government.
The Lumber and Building Materials Association of Ontario, Inc., established in 1917, is a non-profit association comprised of Ontario retailers of lumber, building materials and hardware as well as suppliers who are manufacturers, distributors, buying groups, wholesalers or service firms selling products or providing services to the retail lumber, building materials and hardware trade.
The Western Retail Lumber Association Inc. today is comprised of about 1,200 member firms involved in the building supply industry on the prairies. WRLA represents the interests of members in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Northwest Territories, NW Ontario, Yukon and Nunavut, providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information in the industry. The WRLA office is located in the Electric Railway Chambers Building in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba and is staffed by five full-time employees. Association business is managed by a thirteen-member Board of Directors, which includes a five-member executive.
The Building Material Council of Canada (BMCC) is a National Association comprised of passionate individuals that represent the interests of the Canadian Building Supply Industry as a whole. It provides a platform for collaboration to build a healthier industry and strong unified voice.