What have we been up to in the past year? We’ll show you! Check out CANS 2020-2021 Year at a Glance video highlighting our achievements and accomplishments over the last year.
The Construction Association of Nova Scotia (CANS) is pleased to introduce our 2021-2022 Board of Directors. Being a member of the CANS board carries with it a great deal of responsibility and is a significant investment of time and energy. We applaud each of the current and past board members for their service to our Association.
Update on CANS services and accessing CANS Office; information on Phase 5; and resources for COVID vaccination and your workplace.
Do you know a teenager with an interest in construction and the trades? BFY applications for summer 2022 are officially OPEN!
On October 6th, 2021, Maritime Launch Services invites you to an industry information session to provide interested companies with an overview of the first commercial rocket launch facility. This facility will be located near Canso, Nova Scotia, and will be used to deliver satellites into low earth orbit.
Members, please be advised that CANS office will be closed on Thursday, October 7 and Monday, October 11.
Should Architectural Sheet Metal Worker become a designated trade in Nova Scotia? NSAA needs your input!
CANS office will be closed on Wednesday, September 29 for the 2021 CANS 159th Annual General Meeting.
CANS office will remain closed to members and the public on Thursday, September 30 to allow CANS staff to participate in staff development sessions in honour of National Truth and Reconciliation Day.
CANS office will reopen to members on Friday, October 1 with regular office hours, 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Thank you to all the players and sponsors who participated in the 2021 CANS Home Depot Pro Fall Golf Tournament. Curious which teams took home prizes on the big day?
CANS and Nova Scotia Public Health have collaborated to improve vaccine uptake for workers in the construction industry with a solution that will make it easy to get vaccinated, while improving coverage rates across the province.