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MHCA: Working for the heavy construction industry

MHCA:

Working for the heavy construction industry

The MHCA acknowledges the pain of First Nations people. We stand in solidarity with Indigenous people in asking Canada to ensure that all deaths of children at Indian Residential Schools are investigated and all unmarked burials are found, documented and marked.

MHCA acknowledges the historical wrongs of Indian Residential Schools

The Manitoba Heavy Construction Association wishes to publicly acknowledge the pain and suffering of Indigenous peoples, and supports the call for investigations in the wake of the recent discovery of unmarked burials of children forced to attend the former Kamloops Indian Residential School.

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MHCA offers a variety of online business courses for employers and office employees

MHCA offers a variety of online business courses for employers and office employees

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The MHCA is the recognized voice of the heavy construction industry in Manitoba, promoting sustainable investment in core infrastructure – highways, streets, bridges, sewer & water and water-control structures – to support economic growth benefiting our province and country in a manner consistent with the broad public interest. Learn more.

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If you work in heavy construction and have questions or concerns, fill out this form and we will contact you.



    MHCA welcomes new member

    Fox Lake Construction LP
    Fox Lake Construction specializes in: 

    • road maintenance
    • earthwork on lagoons
    • clearing transmission lines
    • sewer & water projects
    • winter road construction
    • hauling material
    • grading/snow clearing
    • site cleanup

    Box 430
    Gillam, MB R0B 0L0

    Glenda Houle
    p: (204) 652-2208
    glenda@foxlakecreenation.com