Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is the country’s champion of small business. With over 95,000 members, we’re Canada’s largest non-profit organization devoted to creating and supporting an environment where your business can succeed.

Across Canada, we advocate for small business with politicians and decision-makers. As a non-partisan organization, we influence public policy based on our members’ views, ensuring that you have a chance to affect the laws and policies that affect your business.

We provide specialized business resources, including on-call counsellors, to help you navigate the daily challenges of running your business. We also offer partnerships with carefully selected service providers to deliver savings you won’t find elsewhere. And we keep you informed on key issues, so that you can focus on managing your business.

Eco Insight

EcoInsight is a sales platform for lighting and electrical professionals that sell energy upgrades. They have become the industry standard for the most successful sales professionals in the lighting and electrical industries.

Exterior Insulation Finish Systems

The ECC membership is comprised of EIFS manufacturers, distributors, component suppliers, contractors, building science/design consultants, affiliates and financial services companies. The ECC serves as the official voice of the EIFS industry with a mandate to provide for the advancement and growth of the industry across the country, through advocacy, education and marketing.

Grand Valley Construction Association

The GVCA, provides resources, information and educational opportunities for its members who are in the construction (and related) industries in the Grand Valley area. Grand Valley comprises the counties of Brant, Dufferin, Grey, Wellington, Norfolk, Haldimand, and the Regional Municipality of Waterloo.

Landscape Ontario

With more than 2,000 professional members, Landscape Ontario is the province’s premier horticultural trades association. Our mission is to be the leader in representing, promoting and fostering a favourable climate for the advancement of the horticulture industry in Ontario.

Landscape Ontario is a dynamic association offering professional development opportunities, industry trade shows and conferences, consumer events and cost savings benefits.

London and District Construction Association

From its conception in 1898, the London and District Construction Association has brought together contractors, manufacturers, suppliers, and many other firms associated with the construction industry. It is funded and governed entirely by its members and serves to benefit not only the members, but the entire construction industry.

London Home Builder’s Association

Members of the London Home Builders™ Association have been building and transforming new communities throughout London for 60 years. Innovators like Mowbray Sifton brought vision, planning and foresight to fruition with the construction of Londons first subdivisions.

Lumber and Building Materials Association of Ontario

The Lumber and Building Materials Association of Ontario, Inc., established in 1917, is a non-profit association comprised of Ontario retailers of lumber, building materials and hardware as well as suppliers who are manufacturers, distributors, buying groups, wholesalers or service firms selling products or providing services to the retail lumber, building materials and hardware trade.

Niagara Construction Association

The Niagara Construction Association (NCA) is a non-profit organization established to represent the interests of the commercial and industrial construction industry. Members are General and Trade Contractors, Manufacturers, Suppliers, Architects, Engineers and other professionals affiliated with the industry.

NCA was first known as the St. Catharines and District Builders Exchange, with a mandate to protect the interests of those in and associated with the local construction industry. Although the Association’s field of operation has broadened with the years, its mandate is clearly as strong as ever. The offices relocated in the 1960’s to the current location of 34 Scott Street proudly built with the donated products and services of the members. In 1961, to recognize the growing regional focus of the exchange, the name changed to the Niagara Peninsula Builders Exchange. By 1968, when suppliers, architects, engineers, consultants, lawyers and insurance representatives began to join as associate members, the greater diversity of the membership promoted a name change to the Niagara Construction Association (NCA).

Niagara Home Builder’s Association

The NHBA is a network of professionals who work together to serve and promote the residential building industry. Organized in 1955 members include new home builders, developers, renovators, suppliers, supplier/trade contractors, manufacturers, and allied professionals.


TORBSA is a Canadian Buying Group based out of Toronto, Ontario. With over 47 years experience in the building materials industry we are one of the Nations leading Buying Groups, representing 31 Independent Businesses in the Canadian market. TORBSA provides its members with a competitive edge by way of group purchasing power, information technology, as well as being a facilitator of invaluable relationships with other members, and key suppliers.

Waterloo Region Home Builder’s Association

WRHBA membership includes new home builders, renovators, developers, trades, manufacturers, suppliers, lenders and other professionals. Members commit to act with integrity and professionalism in all aspects of their company operations.

West End Home Builders Association