Vermeer Canada Associates with Other Industry Leaders
Vermeer Canada cultivates mutually beneficial relationships with other leaders in each of our industries. Through shared knowledge and resources, we can achieve a higher standard of product for each of our customers.
The FIHOQ’s mission is to represent, defend and promote the ornamental horticulture industry and ensure its growth in a perspective of sustainable development.
The MBNLA is a provincial association dedicated to advancing the interests of horticulture and landscape professionals.
The Landscape Ontario is a vibrant association that includes everyone from landscaping, maintenance and snow management contractors to landscape designers, lawn care operators, garden centre owners, arborists, nursery growers, interior landscapers, and irrigation and landscape lighting contractors.
The SIAQ has a mission to encourage greater appreciation of trees, promote research, technology and the professional practice of arboriculture
The APOM focuses on historical research and the enhancement of archival heritage and allows: to have access to documents covering more than 150 years of history, digitized archival documents and to obtain several historical information, including the classification plan of the city.
The MEOA has the motto “Networking for our Community” and members are encouraged to contact fellow members to draw on their experience as required.
The Ontario Parks Association is committed to civic beautification, the advancement, protection and conservation of parks, open space and the environment as we practice “Protecting Tomorrow Today” in the province of Ontario.
The CRA is committed to improving personal and business development through the promotion and support of and advocacy for the Rental Industry within Canada
CATT is located at the University of Waterloo in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Geographically, the Centre is positioned to serve Canada and the northern United States. CATT was established in 1994 to help municipalities address their buried infrastructure challenges with specific reference to trenchless technologies.
NASTT is an engineering society of individuals, public organizations and private companies with strong beliefs in the practical, social and environmental benefits of trenchless technology.
The ORCGA has a vision to Effectively eliminate damages to underground infrastructure through influential advocacy, meaningful education and impactful engagement.
The OSSGA is a not-for-profit industry association representing over 280 sand, gravel, and crushed stone producers and suppliers of valuable industry products and services.
The PLCAC has national executive offices maintained over six decades in the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario, PLCAC is a forum for Canada’s unionized pipeline contractors in matters of labour relations, safety, training, quality, standards and solutions for responsible pipeline construction and maintenance.
The Utility Contractors Association of Ontario, Inc. has a mission to negotiate and administer the collective agreements with the Labourers and the Operating Engineers in the utility sector of the construction industry in Ontario. The Association, formed in 1968, presently has 25 contractor members and 33 associate (supplier) members.
The Compost Council of Canada is a national non-profit, member-driven organization with a charter to advocate and advance organics residuals recycling and compost use. It serves as the central resource and network for the compost industry in Canada and, through its members, contributes to the environmental sustainability of the communities in which they operate.
For 21 years now, 3R MCDQ has been the recognized association of stakeholders in the recovery and recycling of materials from construction, renovation and demolition in Quebec.