Member Fees are set by the Board of Directors of the Association based on their analysis of the size and regional scope of the company, their presence in the Canadian market, their level of activity and their production type and mix. Fees generally start at $1,500.00 per year, and can range higher. However, often it is only large-scale producer members (such as mining companies) and fabricators that are assessed fees greater than the minimum.
If you are interested in a preliminary estimate of what your company's fee would be please contact the Executive Director of the CCBDA. Please remember that, regardless of your company's size or fee, it will be leveraged many times over because of outside funding, such as the dollars allocated annually for the projects funded by the ICA that the CCBDA carries out in Canada that promote and defend a wide variety of copper applications.