Welcome to the Canadian Kitchen Cabinet Association

We strive to promote the interests and conserve the rights of kitchen cabinet manufacturers, as well as their suppliers and dealers, throughout Canada.

Registration is now open for Waterloo! Visit our events page for more details!

You can still register for Edmonton, but online registration will close on May 28 – click here to register or visit our events page!

Who We Are

Founded in 1968, the Canadian Kitchen Cabinet Association (CKCA) is a national association that strives to promote the interests and conserve the rights of manufacturers of kitchen cabinets, bathroom vanities and related millwork, as well as their suppliers and dealers, throughout Canada.  The CKCA is located in Ottawa. Jim Lawrence from Avondale  Kitchens  serves as President. The Association holds an annual National Forum early in the year as well as Regional Meetings throughout Canada. At these meetings dynamic guest speakers address topical and timely industry issues, while tours of member manufacturing plants or other related companies in the woodworking sector are organized as an integral part of these sessions. Participants come away from these sessions with the latest information on suppliers’ products, and with knowledge they can immediately apply to their own business.

Call for Committee members!


CKCA is looking for additional participation in the following committees:

Communications, Programs, Membership, Certification.

If you feel you can contribute to our committees, please contact us by email at info@ckca.ca;

or call directly 613-692-5858

A commitment of a 1 hour teleconference per month is all that is required, as well as your expertise and commitment.

Joining a committee is a great way to get involved, share ideas and network at the same time.


We are heading to beautiful Kitchener-Waterloo for our second regional event of 2015.

We have lined up some great programming – and will have presentations on the following topics:

Succession Planning with Partner Paul Coleman;  from Grant Thornton, LLP; We will also be joined by Darrell Keezer – CandyBox Marketing  who will speak to “Reaching your social Customer”;  and Phil Ginter rejoins us from FPInnovations – Continuous Improvement – Implementing and Sustaining on the shop floor!

Golf will of course be part of our event and we will have featured plant tours – Chervin Kitchen and Bath, Barzotti Woodworking, DJ Solid Oak and Pine Furniture! We will finish our programming with a tour of the Woodworking program/equipment used at Conestoga College and will also benefit from a finishing seminar.

For the full program and to register please visit our events page

Upcoming events:

We are pleased to announce dates and locations for our 3 regional Events in 2015!

Note our June regional has been changed to Waterloo, and our Fall Regional is now in St John’s, NL

May 2015:

Location: Edmonton, Alberta – REGISTER NOW!

Dates: May 25-26,  View the Program HERE!

June 2015:

Location: Waterloo, Ontario - RGISTER NOW!

Dates: June 22-23 – View the Program here!

September 2015:

Location: St John’s, Newfoundland

Dates: September 21-22

Please check back soon as more details are coming in the next few weeks!

Great Women, Great Thoughts….. We need your input today!

On behalf of the Wood Manufacturing Council please find a link to a very short questionnaire that will give us your views on what it’s like being a woman in the Canadian wood processing sector.  Please click on the following link:


If you are a woman working in or affiliated with the Canadian wood processing sector, we want to hear what you have to say.

Please share this message and the link to the questionnaire with other women that you work with.  Our goal is to work towards the successful advancement of women in the Canadian wood processing sector and your responses will help achieve this!  We also welcome responses from women who work in related jobs or sectors such as the skilled trades or the construction industry.

 The questionnaire closes May 31, 2015. After completing it, you can choose to have your name entered into a draw to win 1 of 5, $50 gift cards from Tim Hortons. You will be contacted by June 5th if you are a winner.

The questionnaire is confidential.  Responses and comments will not be referenced to individual respondents in any way.  If you have any questions or concerns or would like to share your thoughts, please contact Linda Galloway-Bohne at sableridgeconsulting@gmail.com.

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