Construction Trade Fair & Project Management Conference

Connect with other Construction Professionals

The NNCA Construction Trade Fair is a two-day exhibition promoting products and services designed for our industry. Our Trade Fair takes place during the Government of the Northwest Territories' Project Management Conference - same time, same place. This combination creates an excellent opportunity to promote your business and to connect with other construction professionals. 


November 21 & 22, 2017

The Construction Trade Fair and the Project Management Conference will be hosted in the Caribou Room and Foyer of the Chateau Nova Hotel in Yellowknife on November 21 and 22, 2017. 

Click here for the Trade Fair Exhibitor Map and click here for the complete Trade Fair Exhibitor package. 

We are happy to announce three booth options, as well as Early Bird pricing, this year. The Early Bird deadline is Monday, October 16, 2017.

Be sure to register early so that you don't miss out on the only Construction Trade Fair North of 60! The countdown is on and booths #1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7 are sold! Booths 8 & 9 are available.

Please contact us via e-mail or phone 867.873.3949 to learn more.


Project Management Conference

The Department of Infrastructure, Government of the Northwest Territories, hosts the Project Management Conference on a bi-annual basis with delegates from across the three territories gathering in Yellowknife to take part. 

The theme of the 2017 conference is Building a Sustainable Future - Change, Challenge and Opportunity. Registration is free, is limited to 350 delegates, and is handled on a first-come, first-served basis. Click here for the Conference Registration Form. 

Please contact the GNWT, via e-mail or phone 867.767.9084 ext. 31062, to register for the conference.


NWTAA 2017 Conference

The NWT Association of Architects will be hosting its 2017 Conference at the Explorer Hotel in Yellowknife on Friday, November 24.

The theme of their conference is Changing Climate, Changing Buildings: an architectural discourse on the effects our built environment has inflicted on the natural environment and the solutions to reserve them. Visit the NWTAA Conference webpage to find out more and to register for their conference. The registration fee is $65.


Webpage updated 20 October 2017