The Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) was founded in 1988 and has become the leading technical society of professionals in the Canadian Minerals, Metals, Materials and Energy Industries.
Mining Suppliers Association of B.C.
The Mining Suppliers Association of B.C. (MSABC) comprises suppliers, contractors and consultants to the BC mining industry who are committed to promoting the sustainability of this valuable resource. Recognizing the importance of mining to the economic well-being of the province, the mission of the association is to promote the development of a sustainable mining industry in BC by “Building a Better Future for Mining.
The CAC's mission is to proactively support Association members in the development, growth and advancement of a safe, socially responsible and economically sustainable Canadian coal industry.
PDAC exists to protect and promote the interests of the Canadian mineral exploration sector and to ensure a robust mining industry in Canada. PDAC will encourage the highest standards of technical, environmental, safety and social practices in Canada and internationally.
Construction & Roadbuilding
Associated Equipment Distributors
Associated Equipment Distributors (AED) is an international trade association representing companies involved in the distribution, rental and support of equipment used in construction, mining, forestry, power generation, agriculture and industrial applications.
The ASGA is focused on the orderly and responsible development of Alberta’s aggregate resources, promoting high standards of workmanship and accountability related to the environment and to the safety of its operations.
The Alberta Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Association is committed to ensuring a viable construction industry by actively promoting quality, cost effective, and socially responsible services for its members and the public.
B.C. Road Builders
The B.C. Road Builders & Heavy Construction Association is the recognized advocate for a balanced, safe transportation system and infrastructure development that sustains and promotes provincial economic growth.
Alberta Ready-Mixed Concrete Association
The Alberta Ready-Mixed Concrete Association (ARMCA) represents over 93% of the concrete producers in Alberta, and is fully funded by the membership of Producers, Associates and Affiliates. With a membership of approximately 265 companies, ARMCA is the recognized authoritative voice of the ready-mixed concrete industry in Alberta and has been servicing the industry for 50 years.
Manitoba Heavy Construction Association
The Manitoba Heavy Construction Association (MHCA) is a non-profit trade organization representing the heavy construction (heavy civil) and related industries in Manitoba.
Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada
The Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada was formed to represent contractors in labour relations matters and to establish training courses for the development of Canadian workers in special pipeline construction skills.
Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association
The Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association is committed to the heavy construction industry by actively promoting quality, cost-effective, socially responsible services for the public and its members.
Electrical Apparatus Service Association
The Electrical Apparatus Service Association Inc. (EASA) is an international trade organization of more than 1900 electromechanical sales and service firms in 59 countries. Through its many engineering and educational programs, EASA provides members with a means of keeping up to date on materials, equipment, and state of the art technology.
Canadian Welding Association
The Canadian Welding Association (CWA) provides a Canadian forum in which welding professionals, their employers, fabricators and welding-products suppliers are all able to exchange information, share knowledge resources and work with government and regulatory agencies and each other to advance the welding profession, its products and its practices.
Heavy Equipment & Aggregates Truckers Association
The Heavy Equipment & Aggregates Truckers Association (HEAT) association's objectives and undertakings are to provide education and information to the general public, to the members of the construction industry and to the civic government bodies about the availability, use and safe operation of the heavy equipment and aggregate trucks, to develop standards for companies and persons engaged in the business of renting and contracting heavy equipment and aggregate trucks, and to provide training to the general public and in particular to persons employed to operate heavy equipment and aggregate trucks.
Prince Edward Island Road Builders and Heavy Construction Association
The Prince Edward Island Road Builders and Heavy Construction Association is comprised of companies sharing a common goal -- a strong, effective voice in the Heavy Construction Industry.
British Columbia Stone, Sand & Gravel Association
The British Columbia Stone, Sand & Gravel Association provides the opportunity for companies to grow and prosper. Expand your knowledge of the Industry and help shape the Industry with your knowledge and experience.
The Truck Loggers Association
The Truck Loggers Association (TLA) is the official voice of independent forest contractors located throughout B.C.'s coastal region. Organized by truck loggers in the 1940's, it was established to promote their voice in policy and legislation
The Interior Logging Association
The Interior Logging Association (ILA) members are loggers involved in harvesting, moving wood fiber products or machinery, building and maintaining logging roads; while some are in the consulting field or supplying goods and services to the men and women in the logging industry.
Saskatchewan Forestry Association
The Saskatchewan Forestry Association is seen by many, as the foremost non-profit agency delivering forest education materials and programming to both schools and the public at little or no cost to the end user. They provide a bias balanced component to their programming ensuring that they can deliver objective information about the forest environment and current forestry issue.
Quebec Forest Industry Council
The Quebec Forest Industry Council (QFIC): is the main voice of the forest industry in Quebec. The organization represents the interests of companies in the sectors of softwood and hardwood lumber, veneer, pulp, paper, paperboard and boards.
Oil Sands Safety Association
The Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) is a non-profit organization made up of representatives from Syncrude Canada, Suncor Energy, Shell Albian Sands and Canadian Natural Resources, as well as volunteer members from the labor providers, union, area contractors and learning providers.
Acheson Business Association
The Acheson Business Association was started in August 2004 as a formal association. The association has actively worked to: Identify Acheson as its own postal code rather than using Spruce Grove. Increase signage within the area with highway signage identifying Acheson Industrial Area on Hwys 16, 16A, and 60 among many other activities.
Vancouver Board of Trade
The Vancouver Board of Trade membership is unique from the major forest companies because of our grassroots connection to coastal communities. Our member companies share a commitment to promote a healthy, working and sustainable forest industry and to foster communication and education within communities and government.
Alberta Chamber of Resources
The Alberta Chamber of Resources continues to expand the collaborative efforts within Alberta’s resource industries. ACR’s hallmark is to offer solutions and seek balance to ensure the orderly development of Canadian resources.
Chamber of Commerce
Elkford Chamber of Commerce
The Elkford Chamber of Commerce is an important link in the world of business and marketing of Elkford, BC. Their goals are to continue being a strong advocate and supporter of local business, a valuable support system and an effective network provider.
Houston & District Chamber of Commerce
The Houston & District Chamber of Commerce is an organization of Business, Professional and Community individuals committed to actively explaining, promoting and supporting the economic, social and civic interest of the people of the District of Houston and more.
Sparwood Chamber of Commerce
The Sparwood Chamber of Commerce is a service organization that is dedicated to enhancing the economic future of Sparwood. Members of the Chamber are provided access to benefits and services designed to help their business prosper.
Fort St. John & District Chamber of Commerce
The Fort St. John & District Chamber of Commerce supports area businesses by providing networking opportunities, a collective voice and services for business development.
Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce
The purpose of the Board of Trade is to promote the Grande Prairie district as an excellent place to live, farm, do business and develop resources.
Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce
The Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to promoting growth and economic development, advocating for sound public policy, and serving our members with outstanding programs and benefits. FMCOC is the premier advocate of the region’s business community, representing 650+members across the region with one voice.
The Edmonton Chamber is the official voice of business in the Capital Region. With nearly 3,000 business and corporate members, we are the largest chamber in Canada and among the most influential business organizations in the country.
Timmins Chamber of Commerce
The Timmins Chamber of Commerce is governed by a 21-member Board of Directors, which uses feedback and input from its 800 members to ensure the organization continues to build a strong business climate through advocacy, networking, information sharing and member programs.
Manicouagan Chamber of Commerce
The Manicouagan Chamber of Commerce promotes and supports area businesses by providing networking opportunities, a collective voice and services for business development.
Labrador West Chamber of Commerce
The Labrador West Chamber of Commerce has been the voice of the Labrador business community. As a non-profit, non-partisan association, we take pride in having the opportunity to continuously play a lead role in representing our respective membership.