Welcome to the WCR&HCA

"Committed advocate for economic and industry growth"

The Western Canada Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Association (WCR&HCA) consists of four Western Canada roadbuilder associations: British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Together, we advocate for strategic transportation infrastructure investment policies and programs at the regional and federal levels. The WCR&HCA supports the free, unfettered movement of goods, labour and services across provincial boundaries.

Our Mission Statement

"Committed advocate for economic and industry growth."

Our mission is to advocate for strategic investments in Canada’s core infrastructure and transportation networks to help grow Canada’s economy.

Our primary concern is to advance strategic investment in transportation infrastructure across our provinces and Canada.


Strength in numbers

Together, we get more done, faster and with greater impact. One of the advantages of a regional association is we network, share experiences, issues and best practices. We bring more voices to the table when we speak directly to policy and decision makers at all levels of government and with other industry associations, including the Canadian Construction Association. We ensure the West is heard.

WCR&HCA conference

It’s been too long since our associations have been able to meet in person! The WCR&HCA is in the midst of planning its next convention, likely no sooner than 2023, respecting current pandemic restrictions and the need for adequate time to plan and organize a sterling convention program.

Stay tuned and watch this space!

Should you have questions, please contact Chris Lorenc,
President, WCR&HCA, at 204.947.1379 or clorenc@mhca.mb.ca

WCR&HCA – committed to growing Western Canada and Canada's economy since 1943

"Committed advocate for economic and industry growth" is a readable summary of WCR&HCA’s priorities and accomplishments, and showcases the Association's history.