The Regulatory Organizations of Architecture in Canada (ROAC) is an informal federation of all Canadian territorial and provincial regulators. Having no formal governance authority, ROAC takes direction from each provincial and territorial regulator, with each jurisdiction ratifying orders at the local level.
ROAC meets throughout the year to discuss issues relevant to the conduct of architecture in Canada. Current national programming includes:
- Broadly Experienced Foreign Architect (BEFA) certification program,
- Internship in Architecture Program (IAP),
- Examination for Architects in Canada (ExAC),
- International Relations Committee (IRC) initiatives, including
- Canada/USA (NCARB) Inter-Agreement,
- Canada/USA/Mexico Tri-National Agreement,
- Canada/Australia/New Zealand Agreement,
- negotiations with the Architects Council of Europe (ACE), and
- other international recognition agreements and negotiations, and
- Canadian Architectural Certification Board (CACB).
For more information, visit roac.ca.
- Architectural Institute of British Columbia (AIBC)
- Alberta Association of Architects (AAA)
- Saskatchewan Association of Architects (SAA)
- Manitoba Association of Architects (MAA)
- Ontario Association of Architects (OAA)
- Ordre des architectes du Québec (OAQ)
- Architects’ Association of New Brunswick /
Association des architectes du Nouveau-Brunswick (AANB)
- Architects Licensing Board of Newfoundland and Labrador (ALBNL)
- Nova Scotia Association of Architects (NSAA)
- Architects Association of Prince Edward Island (AAPEI)
- Northwest Territories Association of Architects (NWTAA)
NOTE: ROAC replaced CALA in February 2022. CALA replaced the Committee of Canadian Architectural Councils (CCAC), which was officially dissolved in March 2008.