Month: February 2019

Western Region MCA Conference May 30-June 2 2019

The four Western Region MCA’s are embracing change. In the spring of 2019 the Western Region MCA’s will present a joint conference, developed specifically to foster and generate greater opportunity for our mechanical contractor community.

MCA members are now able to book their room block at the Fairmont Banff Springs for the 2019 Western Region MCA Conference from May 30-June 2, 2019. 

Please call the Fairmont Banff Springs Global Reservations Centre at +1-800-441-1414 (available 24 hours a day, seven days a week).

Ensure you identify yourself as being with the MCA conference, or manage your own booking online here. See you there!

Conference Schedule and Registration  2019 MCA WR Conference Schedule and Registration 2019-02-07

Sponsorship opportunities are available 2019 MCA WR Conference Sponsorship

More information for Children’s Program and options MCA Kids Program options

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March 28, 2019: Calgary Member Meeting

March 28 @ 3:30 pm5:30 pm


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NECB 2017: Pushing Performance Codes

NECB 2017 performance values push building energy efficiency compliance farther down the energy modeling path than ever before. Combined with new assembly testing requirements for air tightness, and a general trend in code development towards performance objectives, this represents a significant switch for industry.

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April 4, 2019: Ethical Best Practices

April 4 @ 8:00 am2:00 pm


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Ethical Best Practices for Mechanical Service Contractors is designed for all staff (Owners, Service Managers, Safety Managers and of course Service Technicians) interested in learning the skills and principals to successfully operate ethically within the construction industry. Using case studies of ethical scenarios, participants will learn best practice standards for mechanical contractors and how to operate ethically.

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MCA Member Meeting Edmonton – Economic Update

Economic Update  

After suffering the worst recession in three decades, Alberta’s economy has returned to growth—helped in large part by a rebound in oil prices. Yet the recovery seems tenuous, particularly for those still without work.  What’s next? And how will it affect Albertans? Join ATB’s Chief Economist Todd Hirsch as he demystifies the economy and answers these important questions. 

Todd holds a BA honors in Economics from the U of A and an MA in Economics from the U of C. For over 20 years he has worked as an economist. Todd taught economics and the U of C and spends most of his time connection with people across the country through presentation and media commentary. He also writes an economic update daily for thousands of subscribers.

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