As of November 1, 2013, every B.C. business is obligated to provide employees with an anti-bullying/anti-harassmant course under B.C. anti-bullying and anti-harassment legislation. CHBA-BC is offering a discounted online course for Canadian Home Builders’ Members that fulfills the course obligation for employers/employees. Click here for details.
The seminars will be held in 21 communities throughout the province starting in April 2014. Check out the details at www.hpo.bc.ca.
CHBA Actions Result in
Canada Post Suspending
$200 Community Mailbox Fee
for Two More Years - to 2016!
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The proposal is based on work done in partnership with the industry since 2005 to enhance professionalism in the residential construction sector in British Columbia by introducing education and training qualifications as a condition of residential builder licensing.
Visit www.hpo.bc.ca for more information.
CHBA CEO Kevin Lee was invited by Prime Minister Stephen Harper to attend his announcement of details of the New Building Canada Plan in Gormley, Ontario on February 13. Click here to read more.
CHBA-CVI President, Chris Cross, Vice-President, Parm Bhalru and Executive Officer, Dayna Aysals were in attendance for the round table discussion with Honourable Minister, Rich Coleman which was held at the CHBA Provincial Meetings in Burnaby on February 21st & 22nd.
Minister Rich Coleman talking to local CHBA's in BC
Minister Rich Coleman, Rob Capar (CHBA-BC President), Neil Moody (CHBA-BC CEO), Simon Howse (CHBA-BC Vice-President)
The bylaw was adopted by Council on October 7, 2013. The program will come in to effect on January 1, 2014.
The voice of the residential construction industry for Central Vancouver Island
The Canadian Home Builders' Association – Central Vancouver Island (CHBA-CVI) membership includes new home builders, renovators, developers, trades, manufacturers, suppliers, lenders and other professionals. Members commit to act with integrity and professionalism in all aspects of their company's operations.
The CHBA-CVI's membership is a voluntary affiliation made up of building professionals who are committed to industry excellence. Through the Association, members have access to technical information as well as specialized education and training courses. CHBA also promotes a members' code of ethics that requires high standards in customer relations and business practices.
The CHBA-CVI is a proud part of this national standard of excellence, servicing professionals and the communities of Central Vancouver Island.
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