The NAWLA was established in 1983. The organization’s members work to grow the lumber industry through environmental initiatives, product harvesting and distribution, responsible sourcing and more.
The WRLA has more than 1,000 members based in the following provinces and territories: British Columbia, Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, northwest Ontario, Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. This organization serves the needs and promotes the interests of Western Canada’s lumber, building materials and hardgoods industry.
The BSIA is a British Columbia-specific association. It promotes retailers and related suppliers, wholesalers and manufacturing companies across the province. The association is the voice of the building supply industry. It also serves as a source of information and offers services. Most BSIA members are located in BC.
The IWPA is a self-funded, province-wide organization. Its members include open market sawmills, remanufacturers, custom cutters, custom processors and wholesalers. These members are involved in the production and sale of commodity lumber and specialty products such as timber, siding, paneling and molding of all native British Columbia species.
This organization was formed in 1983. It supports, promotes and advocates for wood truss industry stakeholders, sets standards of excellence and assists in the interpretation and implementation of building design regulations.
With roots reaching back to 1946, BCWLA is a society whose mission is to represent the interests of lumber wholesalers in British Columbia. Promoting high standards of business conduct and integrity, BCWLA exists to foster, maintain and develop communication and co-operation among lumber wholesalers and other branches and levels in the lumber industry.
NWFA is an international, not-for-profit trade association, representing all segments of the hardwood flooring industry, including manufacturers, distributors, retailers, installers, importers/exporters, inspectors, and consultants.