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Do you use the MCAA WebLEM? Are you thinking of using it?

If so, this webinar is a must-attend event for you. The webinar will be hosted by Ron King of Trimble and a member of the MCA America Weblem committee. Ron will provide updates on what the committee has been working on, he'll take a live look at the new WebLEM+Plus, and explore the Component Method versus Work Activity Method examples of applying labour.

When: July 14 at 12:00 p.m. ET
To register, visit: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Uol81V4GQKOXfgZLSEqD1w

Member Update

On behalf of the Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada, we would like to wish all of our members and our stakeholder partners a safe and Happy Canada Day!

Collectively you have helped to build this great country. We are honoured to represent your best interests across Canada.

Join us on July 9 from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. ET for a special webinar on how mechanical contractors are leveraging technology to digitize their jobsite and maintain operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. We'll also show a field demo of the Procore Platform so you can see how to remotely manage your teams, project tasks and communications.

In addition, James Zelinsky, the chief administrative officer at Pitt Meadows Mechanical, will join us to discuss how they are leveraging technology at one of the largest mechanical contractors in Canada.

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Industry News
Source: Canadian Manufacturing
Many companies are fearing future outbreaks of COVID-19 and how the disease could lead to additional business closures and interruptions.
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The Canadian Association of Women in Construction, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women in the industry succeed, is celebrating its 15th anniversary.
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The Canadian Construction Association has released a revised guide on how to deal with problematic contract conditions. It focuses on collaborative solutions rather than provoking standoffs with owners, said the CCA's president.
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Innovation & Technology
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At the current rate of retrofits, it will take around 500 years to retrofit all homes and more than 60 years to retrofit all commercial buildings in the United States.
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Source: HistoryNet.com

1520: Montezuma II is murdered as Spanish conquistadors flee the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan during the night.
1857: Charles Dickens reads from A Christmas Carol at St. Martin's Hall in London, his first public reading.
1859: Jean Francois Gravelet aka Emile Blondin, a French daredevil, becomes the first man to walk across Niagara Falls on a tightrope.
1908: A mysterious explosion, possibly the result of a meteorite, levels thousands of trees in the Tunguska region of Siberia with a force approaching twenty megatons.
1934: Adolf Hitler orders the purge of his own party in the "Night of the Long Knives."
1936: Margaret Mitchell's novel, Gone With the Wind, is published.
1948: John Bardeen, Walter Brattain, and William Shockley demonstrate their invention, the transistor, for the first time.
1960: Alfred Hitchcock's film, Psycho, opens.
1971: Three Soviet cosmonauts die when their spacecraft depressurizes during re-entry.

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Events
Source: Pride at Work
The skilled trades industries are changing to be more inclusive. Pride at Work Canada/Fierté au travail Canada and the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum have teamed up to host this virtual panel for business and community leaders in the skilled trades to discuss LGBTQ2+ inclusion in the trades. LGBTQ2+ employees will share their experiences and insights and share how skilled trades can keep up with a rapidly changing workforce that is queerer than ever.
Source: HPAC Magazine
Building Lasting Change 2020, the Canada Green Building Council's conference, will take place in September and October with interactive online programming weekly over five half-days.
Source: HPAC Magazine
ISH, the international trade fair for the plumbing and HVAC industries, will be held at the Messe Frankfurt exhibition grounds in Germany in March 2021.
 

 

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