WELCOME TO THE NATIONAL TRADE CONTRACTORS COALITION OF CANADA
In 2004, representatives of the major National Trade Contractor Associations met
to discuss the potential of creating closer working relationships with each
other. The synergy between the
national organizations was immediately evident and a consensus was reached to
form a coalition of National Trade Contractor Associations whose mandate would
be to “address national issues of common concern specific to the trades and
The National Trade Contractors Coalition of Canada (NTCCC) was born!
This groundbreaking organization brings together, for the
first time, national construction trade organizations. Together, the National
Trade Contractors Coalition of Canada encompasses a significant portion of
the multi billion dollar construction industry representing thousands of member
companies, from every corner of Canada. Together
in partnership, the National Trade Contractors Coalition of Canada.
THE HILL 2013 - (Ottawa,
December 10, 2013) The National Trade Contractors Coalition of
Canada (NTCCC) called on the Federal Government to help ensure the
success of small businesses by enacting prompt payment provisions
throughout the entire construction chain. As a first step, they
suggest making a simple addition to the standard federal government
normal course of business, trade contractors carry a substantial
amount of upfront costs to carry on a particular job. This includes
equipment, materials, employee salaries, and maintaining necessary
insurance, amongst any number of other variables. These costs are
substantial, even if they are expected.
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PAYMENT LEGISLATION REPORT 2013 - This report describes the
need for a Prompt Payment Act in Ontario to establish minimum norms
for payment schedules in the construction industry.
to download the report.
CLICK HERE to watch our recorded webinar on the new CCA 1
Guide for Subcontractors.
to watch a video about the NTCCC.