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Become a Member


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upon. Members not only benefit from being part of STEHBA, but also
benefit from membership in the Ontario Home Builders' Association,
and Canadian Home Builders' Association.
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Energy Star Certified


Energy Star homes are more energy efficient than typical new homes.
They are designed and built to high standards, inspected, tested and verified.
Energy Star homes are built better from the ground up.
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The STEHBA Mission

The STEHBA Mission


Comprised of builders, renovators, land developers, suppliers, sub-trades,
manufacturers, financial institutions & professionals - STEHBA members account
for more than 80% of the residential construction activity in St. Thomas & Area
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Renomark

Renomark


Your national sources for renovation advice and professional renovation
contractors. Helping you to make informed decisions about your home's
renovation project so you can renovate with confidence! RenoMark &trademark;
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2019 HOME SHOW

2019 HOME SHOW


Register for this years 2019 St. Thomas Home Show
March 29, 30th, 31st 2019 at the Joe Thornton Community Centre, 2 Third Ave
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Developments

Developments


Wondering where our home builders are currently building?
Explore the building developments in the St. Thomas & Elgin Region.
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New advisory committee to promote well-paying careers in skilled trades for young Canadians


New advisory committee to promote well-paying careers in skilled trades for young Canadians – News Releases, Prime Minister of Canada

 

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced the creation of a new advisory committee to help promote apprenticeships and skilled trades across Canada … The advisory committee will lay the groundwork for a national campaign to encourage apprenticeships and promote the skilled trades as a career of choice. They will lead consultations, explore partnerships, and provide advice to the Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour.

 

Commentary: CHBA welcomes the creation of a new advisory committee to help promote apprenticeships and skilled trades across Canada. The Association is looking forward to consulations on how the new strategy can promote the skilled trades for young people in the residential construction industry. According to BuildForce Canada’s Residential Summary 2018-2027, the residential construction industry will need to attract and train approximately 137,000 workers over a ten-year period (2019-2028) to keep up pace with anticipated retirements and increased demand.

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