Manitoba adopts the National Building Code of Canada, the National Plumbing Code of Canada, and the National Fire Code of Canada. These national codes are developed and issued by the Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes and the National Research Council of Canada.
The Manitoba Building Code has been adopted as a regulation (127/06) (Manitoba amendment) under the Buildings & Mobile Homes Act.
|B93||The Buildings and Mobile Homes Act|
|Building Fees Regulation||211/2002||16 Dec 2002||28 Dec 2002|
|Classes of Buildings Designation Regulation||48/2010||19 Apr 2010||1 May 2010|
|Manitoba Building Code||31/2011||A||28 Mar 2011||9 Apr 2011|
|Manitoba Energy Code for Buildings
NOTE: M.R. 213/2013 comes into force on 1 Dec 2014
|213/2013||20 Dec 2013||4 Jan 2014|
|Manitoba Farm Building Code||128/2010||8 Sep 2010||18 Sep 2010|
|Manitoba Plumbing Code||32/2011||28 Mar 2011||9 Apr 2011|
|Mobile Homes Standards and Permits Regulation||96/87 R||3 Feb 1987||21 Mar 1987|
For information about these and other national code documents, such as the Model National Energy Code for Buildings, and to purchase copies of the national code documents, visit www.nationalcodes.ca or NRC's virtual store.
Other Building Code Documents
The national code documents are updated approximately every five years. Check the nationalcodes.ca website to learn about the most recent version and how to participate in the national code development process.
If you choose not to purchase the national codes, but would like to review the documents, many public, university and college libraries maintain copies of some or all of the national code documents.