What does membership cost for a contractor?

Membership fees are based on your payroll from the previous year. We ask that you submit your WCB payroll statement to determine your fee.

WCB Payroll Range Fee
0 to $249,999 $600
$250,000 to $499,999 $1200
$500,000 to $749,999 $2000
$750,000 to $999,999 $2600
$1,000,000 to $1,249,999 $3200
$1,250,000 to $1,499,999 $4000
$1,500,000 to $1,999,999 $5400
$2,000,000 and over $7800

What happens if I join in July for example; do I have to pay for a full year?

No. We prorate your contractor membership fee so that you only pay the months that remain in the calendar year. In January of the following year, you will receive an invoice for the full membership fee.

Do you offer payment plans?

We can arrange payment terms that best suit your needs: monthly, bi-monthly etc. We work with you to determine the best payment plan.

Once I apply, how long does it take to become a member?

Membership applications are forwarded to the board of directors for approval. It takes two weeks from that date to become a member.

Who is MCA Canada and why am I receiving information from them?

As a contractor member you will be automatically become a member of MCA Canada and be able to take advantage of their cost savings programs. MCAC is our national association and the largest trade association in Canada.

What is the SaskEnergy Network?

The network was developed as a response to the deregulation of the natural gas industry that was occurring at the time. In addition, it responded to the changing and evolving needs of customers. Today the programs continue to give customers easier access to natural gas appliances, installations, services, and financing. MCAS members do not pay for the SaskEnergy Network Member annual fee ($1000).

Where are your training classes held?

Most of our classes are held at the Sask Energy Training Centre in Saskatoon. The centre has a state-of-the-art technical lab where students can test their skills with hands-on lab work. The lab was designed so that mechanical systems are exposed and there are boilers, AC units, and furnaces that students work on during lab time. We do try, when possible, to bring classes to the Regina area.