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Mechanical Contractors Association urges industry to help B.C.

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Mechanical Contractors Association urges industry to help B.C.
BC MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION—Crews work to repair the Malahat Tunnel on Vancouver Island after severe storm damage. The Mechanical Contractors Association of BC is urging the industry to donate to the Red Cross to help those impact by flooding and slides.

ABBOTSFORD, B.C.—To help those impacted by devastating storms, slides and flooding in B.C., the Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada (MCAC) has announced a donation of $10,000 to the Mechanical Contractors Association of British Columbia (MCABC) fundraising efforts, and is encouraging members, if they are able, to consider their own donations to help British Columbians recover.

“The tragic and devastating effects of the severe weather in British Columbia will have a lasting impact on the province and the rest of Canada,” said Dave Holek, impacted by devastating storms, slides and flooding in B.C., president and chair of the MCAC, in a statement. “Our industry has stepped up in the past to help those in need, and these events in B.C. are no exception. We stand beside the people of British Columbia who have been affected by these extreme weather events and encourage all Canadians to give what they are able to help our fellow Canadians.”

Wayne Davidson, incoming president of MCAC and MCA BC, stated the extreme rainfall that has impacted the province has demonstrated just how powerful weather events can be.

“It is great to see our industry and sector step up once again to assist in recovery efforts,” he said. “I know that British Columbians appreciate the support the province has received from across Canada, and I am proud to represent an industry that has so quickly stepped up to help.”
The association has created a portal through the Canadian Red Cross where individuals and firms can make a contribution to this fund.

That portal is available here.

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