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Pomerleau joined the CCA in 2018 to show support to our local Construction Association and to be an active member of the Construction Industry in Calgary. We have been hugely impressed with the CCA’s dedication to their members and the very inclusive environment they have created. It has been a real pleasure to both sponsor and attend their professional and social events in 2018 and we really look forward to more involvement with the CCA in 2019!

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Industry Updates

July 1, 2020

Show us your community Stampede spirit

Although the Calgary Stampede may look quit a bit different this year we still want you to show us your community Stampede spirit!! The Calgary Construction Association wants you to send us a picture of your team dressed in your best Stampede attire for your chance to win a great prize. Working remotely? No problem…send us a group screenshot of your virtual meeting! Please send your pictures to no latter then July 10th! Keeping the Spirit Alive! Make sure to check out the Calgary Stampede events happening here.

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July 1, 2020

New CCA guide updates advice on bid conflicts

via Daily Commercial News by ConstructConnect  By Don Wall New CCA guide updates advice on bid conflicts The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) has issued a revised guide to dealing with problematic contract conditions that focuses on collaborative solutions rather than provoking standoffs with owners, explains the association’s president. An Association Guide to Dealing with Onerous Contract Conditions, released May 15, is intended to assist CCA partner associations during the bidding process. CCA president Mary Van Buren explained the update was timely given that project bidding is expected to enter a complex new era as owners attempt to incorporate the complications...

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July 1, 2020

Kenney announces plan for economic recovery

via CTV News  By Bill Macfarlane Kenney announces plan for economic recovery CALGARY — Premier Jason Kenney announced an economic stimulus plan Monday intended to lift Alberta out of the financial ditch created by the COVID-19 pandemic. The plan includes $10 billion in infrastructure spending, which the government says will create 50,000 jobs in the coming months. Other measures include cutting the general business tax rate from 10 per cent to 8 per cent starting on Wednesday. That portion of the plan will forgo as much as $300 million in revenue in order to generate a projected $13 billion in...

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