In this Brief:
 G.R. Update
-Meeting with the Minister
-Bill 7 shout out

Have your say on Building Codes
-Urgent call for volunteers

BILD Horizons
-September 12-15 JPL
-Sponsorships available

Housing Reports
-Provincial
-Regional
BILDing Relationships
BILD Alberta is meeting with the Minister of Municipal Affairs, Kaycee Madu.

Carmen Wyton, BILD Alberta CEO, along with representatives from the Board plan to discuss the policy submissions that were delivered last month.
Working Together
BILD Alberta attended the Bill 7 Municipal Government Amendment Act media event. We have been supportive of the legislation which allows for municipalities to provide tax breaks in order to encourage investment.

Our support has been noticed by the Minister who pointed out BILD Alberta's stance on the legislation in social media.
Be Heard - Have a say about Building Codes.
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The Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes (CCBFC) needs volunteers to serve on their technical committees in the next Code development cycle.

Industry participation in codes development has become more important than ever before because the province is moving towards harmonization and planning to auto-adopt future National Building Codes.

Interested? Contact Matthew Armstrong ASAP. Application deadline is July 15, 2019.
September 12-15, 2019
Registrations for BILD Horizons are selling fast. Don't miss out!
BILD Horizons offers a four-day program featuring the member-favourite golf tournament, a Knowledge Centre and Speaker’s Corner to learn about the best and latest products and services, while the evening programs celebrate the industry’s successes and accomplishments.
Thank you to Alberta New Home Warranty Program for once again being our platinum sponsor.

Take advantage of a few sponsorship spots left for BILD Horizons, Sponsor a hole, an award, part of the event, etc. There are also openings in the Knowledge Centre.
Alberta continues to experience a decline of the housing market. High volumes of inventory in major markets have contributed to worsening housing prices and starts. Provincial and regional housing reports are now available .