Associations - The Information You Need

The energy sector is constantly changing – that's where industry associations can help make all the difference. To assist you in finding the latest information that your business needs we have compiled a list of key industry associations that you can reference to stay on top of the latest trends.

We wish you every success with your business – and look forward to working with you every step of the way.

Canadian Healthcare Engineering Society 

The Canadian Healthcare Engineering Society (CHES) is a national professional association representing approximately 1,000 healthcare engineers and associates across Canada.  CHES seeks to help members to better manage the healing environment which is imperative for efficient and effective healthcare delivery.

Ontario Hospital Association

Association of member hospitals dedicated to improving the delivery of hospital health care. The Ontario Hospital Association represents approximately 154 public hospitals, the OHA assumes a leadership role, focused on patients, promoting an efficient and effective health system.

Restaurants Canada (formerly Canadian Restaurant and Food Services Association)

Restaurants Canadarepresents foodservice operators, including restaurants, bars, cafeterias and social and contract caterers. Restaurants Canada offers its members foodservice research and forecasts, money-saving services and group buying programs, and representation to government on key industry issues.

Hamilton and District Apartment Association

The Hamilton and District Apartment Association, a non-profit organization, was formed in the spring of 1960 and is believed to be one of the oldest landlord and property management associations in the Province of Ontario.  It was first established to address landlord and property manager's issues with the City of Hamilton.

London Property Management Association

London Property Management Association (LPMA) is a non-profit organization, located in London, Ontario Canada, that provides information and education to landlords. LPMA represents the interests of both large and small property owners.

Ontario Association of Physical Plant Administrators

The Ontario Association of Physical Plant Administrators (OAPPA) is to assist higher education facilities officers and staff develop, maintain and promote high standards and professional ideals for the management of campus facilities.

Ontario College Facilities Management Association

The Ontario College Facilities Management Association (OCFMA) is to assist in advancing facilities management of Ontario Colleges by fostering excellence and professionalism through advocacy, leadership and management, best practices and collaboration.

Ontario Non Profit Housing Association

For over 20 years, Ontario Non Profit Housing Association (ONPHA) has been the voice of non-profit housing in Ontario. ONPHA unites over 760 non-profit organizations providing housing in 220 communities across Ontario.

Ontario Hot Mix Producers Association

The Ontario Hot Mix Producers Association (OHMPA) was formed in 1974 and provides a voice for hot mix asphalt producers on all subjects affecting the industry. Their members include all of the major producers across Ontario and a solid core of supportive manufacturer/supplier members.