We share the Government’s commitment to building housing and infrastructure, but question how realistic this government’s policy strategy really is given workforce shortages and the vulnerable position in which the Government puts BC’s small and medium-sized contractors by failing to enact Prompt Payment Legislation. The 2024 Budget falls short on policies required to meet the needs of the construction industry and get provincial prosperity growing again.

On December 12, 2023, the Ministry of Public Services and Procurement announced that federal prompt payment legislation came into force on December 9, 2023

A comprehensive, comparative view of Prompt Payment Legislation across Canadian jurisdictions presented to British Columbia’s Ministry of the Attorney General, Minister of Finance, and the Premier…

Statistics reported in the Fall 2023 BC Construction Association (BCCA) Industry Stat Pack, combined with findings from an economic and policy report published today by the organization, show an industry in dire need of relief in the form of immediate legislative reform.

Continued Push for Prompt Payment Legislation, Lien Reform, and Adjudication for BC’s Construction Industry

Over 700 employers and 1300 first year apprentices benefit at a critical time for BC’s construction industry