The Community Benefit Agreement (CBA) compliance toolkit was developed in partnership with Buy Social Canada External website, opens in new tab. These resources are meant to support developers and general contractors in complying with Vancouver’s CBA Policy. Typically, developers and general contractors will work with us through the tools in their project-specific working group.
The policy applies to both the build and operations phases of eligible development projects. Reporting requirements may vary between build and operations phases, reporting periods will be established on a project-by-project basis.
Compliance projection and reporting
- For projecting employment and procurement needs and anticipated CBA compliance
- For reporting on CBA compliance to City of Vancouver
Information icon There are examples entered in the projection and reporting tools as a guide. Before using the tools to report your project’s information, remove the example content first.
- What developers need to do at each stage of development in order to comply with the Policy
- What general contractors need to do at each stage of development in order to comply with the Policy
Definitions and resources
- The roles and responsibilities of developers, the City of Vancouver, and others in CBA implementation.
- Definitions of key words used throughout the CBA Policy and toolkit
- Facilitates the communication of CBA compliance requirements and identification of CBA compliance opportunities through sub-contractors and suppliers
- Includes sample language for requests for proposal, requests for information, and requests for qualification as well as support on evaluating proposals