Below are the associations that Canada Pipe is a member of and supports. We also adhere to their standards in our business practices. Please visit their website for more information on a particular association.

  • Ontario Water Works Equipment Association (OWWEA)

    The Ontario Water Works Equipment Association (OWWEA) is an organization that represents its membership within the waterworks industry of Ontario. Membership consists of manufacturers, suppliers, distributors, agents and contractors dedicated to serving the Ontario municipal market.

  • Atlantic Branch Equipment Association (ABEA)

    The Atlantic Branch Equipment Association (ABEA), is a body made up of 40+ members, including manufacturers, manufacturer representatives and service providers to promote understanding and good will on the part of the Atlantic Canada Water Works Association with respect to the functions of the Atlantic Branch Equipment Association and its members.

  • Hamilton Heavy Construction Association

    The Hamilton Heavy Construction Association aims to maintain among members the highest standards of construction and business methods and to promote the safety of the public and those engaged in the trades of members of the Association.

  • Construction Association of Nova Scotia

    The Construction Association of Nova Scotia will be the leading voice of the construction industry respected by members, government, industry and the public as a provider of the highest quality and value added services.

  • Municipal Services And Suppliers Association - Western Canada

    The Municipal Service and Suppliers Association (formerly the Equipment and Contractors Association) was formed in 1995 to support the efforts of associations such as the Western Canada Water and Wastewater Association (WCW).

  • Water Supply Association of British Columbia

    The Water Supply Association of  B.C. (WSABC) was founded in 1923 and represents the interests of water suppliers throughout the southern interior of BC. Our members provide irrigation and drinking water to thousands of acres of agriculture and over 200,000 people.