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Canadian Roofing Contractor Association (CRCA)

Members of the CRCA, Canadian Roofing Contractors Association are the most knowledgeable roofing contractors, manufacturers, and suppliers in Canada. We advocate for and keep our members informed on matters of national and international interest.

As the voice of the Canadian roofing industry since 1960, CRCA promotes collaboration within the industry from coast to coast. We also represent and defend our members’ interests, and support them to excel in business both professionally and technically.

VISION

The Canadian roofing industry is innovative, dynamic, respected, and successful – with the highest professional and technical standards.

MISSION

CRCA leads the Canadian roofing industry, advancing the success of roofing contractors through technical expertise, standards of practice, and collaboration with industry partners.

Become A Member!


CRCA's COVID-19 Resource Page. Click graphic below to see important updates!

Buildings Canada Needs Your Help!

We understand that your company is facing special challenges and changes in the way you operate during this difficult time. We would like to get your valued input and invite you to participate in our short survey “The State of the Construction Industry.” Your answers will help us understand how the industry is managing the workplace in the current pandemic as well as future plans for recovery.

The survey results will be reviewed during a webinar “State of the Construction Industry: What Are We All Seeing?”. The survey should take no more than 5 minutes of your time.

Start the survey

Please complete the survey by May 22, 2020. Your individual responses will remain confidential and reported only in combination with the responses of other participants.

Roofing Canada Award

CRCA sponsors the Roofing Canada Award to recognize outstanding workmanship, innovation, service to the community, and service to the industry. All entries will be recognized by their peers for their significant contribution to the roofing industry.

Eligibility

Roofing-related jobs, programs, and services completed in the past two years by CRCA members are eligible for the competition.

Nominations

The nomination deadline is December 31st of each year. To enter, download the Call for Entries.

Submitters can be employed by the roofing contracting company being nominated. Entries can also be submitted by CRCA Active, Active-at-large and Associate, as well as by CRCA Affiliate Associations

The Award

Award winners will be formally recognized at an awards ceremony during the CRCA Annual Conference & AGM, will receive a plaque to display at their workplace, and will be recognized and featured in CRCA’s Roofing Canada magazine and newsletter.

Their name will also be added to the Roofing Canada Award plaque that hangs in CRCA’s Ottawa head office.


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Trade Association Coalition Announces Q3 Findings From Market Index Survey for Reroofing

A coalition of industry trade associations representing contractors, consultants and manufacturers in the U.S. and Canada has completed its Quarterly Market Index Survey for Reroofing for the third quarter of 2023. The survey is an industrywide effort spearheaded by a coalition of trade assocations, including the Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association, Canadian ...
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Cotney Consulting and CRCA

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By Cass Jacoby, RCS Reporter. Join CRCA’s Bob Brunet for an Industry Interview discussing how trade organizations are run in Canada. Cotney Associates and Consultants' John Kenney interviews Bob Brunet of the Canadian Roofing Contractors Association (CRCA), about the differences between the roofing community in the United States ...
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National Women in Roofing Comes to Canada

By Canadian Roofing Contractors Association (CRCA). CRCA works with National Women in Roofing (NWiR) to Support Canadian Women in Roofing. National Women in Roofing (NWiR) and the Canadian Roofing Contractors Association (CRCA) recently established a Canadian council. With the overall goal of empowering women in the roofing industry and helping ...
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