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2016 Government Engagement Days – SK: Nov 2-3; AB: Nov 8-9; MB: Nov 22-23

PCA had three very successful days in three provinces in November 2016. Government Relations isn’t always “sexy” — sometimes it’s just very hard work, but it accomplishes four important outcomes: – It informs key government players who might not be fully aware of our presence and scope; – It allows us to tell our story our way — rather than leaving that […]

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U of A – Construction Modeling Workshop – June 9th, 2016

PCA is a proud member of the University of Alberta Strategic Construction Modeling & Delivery group. To highlight and educate industry on the important work of this group, PCA urges our members to attend this upcoming workshop: When:   June 9th, 2016 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Where:  Room 8-207 Donadeo Innovation Centre for Engineering University of Alberta Registration […]

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LTE: Union vote overdue in Manitoba

Vote overdue Re: Anti-ballot union stance lacks support I couldn’t agree more that it’s time to bring balance back to Manitoba’s labour laws. The Pallister government’s proposed amendments to the Labour Relations Act, are a good first step in righting lopsided labour laws that have long been the hallmark of bad public policy in Manitoba. […]

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PCA letter to Ministerial Panel re: Trans Mountain Expansion Project

ATTN: TMX Ministerial Panel Major Projects Management Office email: nrcan.ministerialpaneltmx-comiteministerieltmx.rncan@canada.ca Dear Members of the TMX Ministerial Panel, We are writing to you in support of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project. We are the Progressive Contractors Association of Canada (PCA), and our members are leaders in industrial and infrastructure construction across Canada, including such major British Columbia […]

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WCB Review ITF Workbook

For your ease of reference, we have attached a copy of the ITF final response which was submitted July 11, 2016. You can find it here: WCB Review ITF Workbook (final) If you will be using this as a guide to your own response, please note that the ITF is named in some questions so you […]

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Analysis: Saskatchewan 2016 Budget

On June 1, Saskatchewan Minister of Finance, Kevin Doherty, presented the Saskatchewan Party’s 2016 Budget. The Minister has referred to the new budget as a ‘bit tight’, referencing low oil and potash prices and costly natural disasters. Over the 2016-17 fiscal year, the Wall government will post a higher-than-forecasted deficit of $434 million, with a […]

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Analysis: Manitoba 2016 Budget

On May 31, Manitoba Minister of Finance, Cameron Friesen, presented the Manitoba Progressive Conservative Government’s 2016 Budget. The new budget has been referred to as a ‘hybrid budget’ and labeled as fiscally disciplined. The Minister plans to balance the over $1-billion dollar deficit Manitoba is currently facing over the next eight years. The Minister is […]

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