Posted on Monday, May 15th, 2023

The Manufactured Housing Association of British Columbia (MHABC) is pleased to announce the election of Mark Ellis as its new President. With his extensive industry experience and commitment to the advancement of manufactured housing in British Columbia, Ellis is well-positioned to lead the association to new heights.

Having served as a dedicated member of the MHABC for several years, Mark Ellis has consistently demonstrated his passion for the industry and his ability to effect positive change. His election as President marks a significant milestone in his career and reflects the trust and confidence placed in his leadership abilities by the association's members.

As President, Ellis will be responsible for guiding the strategic direction of the MHABC, fostering collaboration among industry stakeholders, and advocating for policies that promote sustainable growth and development. His vision, coupled with his deep understanding of the challenges and opportunities in the manufactured housing sector, will drive the association forward.

"I am honored to have been elected as President of the MHABC," said Mark Ellis. "I am committed to working tirelessly on behalf of our members to advance the interests of the manufactured housing industry in British Columbia. Together, we will strive to create an environment that fosters innovation, promotes responsible practices, and supports the needs of homeowners and communities across the province."

The MHABC is confident that under Mark Ellis's leadership, the association will continue to be a strong advocate for the industry, driving positive change and shaping the future of manufactured housing in British Columbia. His dedication and expertise will enable the association to further its mission of promoting excellence, professionalism, and the highest standards within the industry.

About MHABC:

The Manufactured Housing Association of British Columbia (MHABC) is a leading industry association dedicated to representing and advancing the interests of the manufactured housing sector in British Columbia. The association is committed to fostering growth, advocating for favorable policies, and promoting excellence and professionalism within the industry.


To provide the best customer experience through innovation and consistent adaptation; to develop quality, environmentally-friendly homes while positively impacting our communities through supporting and giving back locally, one home at a time.


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