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The first few weeks in my new role as CEO of the Ontario Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (OSSGA) have reconfirmed a couple of different perspectives on the aggregate – vantage points that I’m certain will continue to evolve and expand in the coming months.
The past few months have been filled with announcements from provincial governments across Canada, providing information about new road construction pro- jects being supported with monies from the Building Canada fund.
Don, 66, and Ellie, 55, had spent the night in emergency at Timmins and District Hospital after Don suffered a sudden stroke.
Concrete is ubiquitous in the modern world. Globally, about three tons of concrete per year is produced for every man, woman and child on this earth.
How do we protect our road construction workers from getting hurt?
Thanks to the polar vortex that engulfed most of North America this past winter, pothole season arrived a little early this year, making the roadway ailment appear as quickly as the springtime dandelions.
When heavy equipment auctions first emerged, they consisted of physical lots filled with machines.
The political football has been bounced around in Ontario the past few months as the province is embroiled in another election.
The MHCA’s activities are driven by its mission statement, which mandates advocacy for sustained and strategic infrastructure investment in support of economic growth, in a manner consistent with the public’s best interests.
It was a great year for equity investors.
Walking the halls of CONEXPO-CON/AGG this past March, one fact became abundantly clear: Canadians flocked to this year’s show.
Aggregates and aggregate materials are some of Canada’s most important building materials, used in virtually all infrastructure projects, but they are also a growing source of conflict within some communities.
This past year turned out to be a busy one for Canada’s aggregates and roadbuilding industry.
January 16, 2014, Edmonton, Alta. – Some rural municipalities in Alberta are having difficulties acquiring aggregates for important community infrastructure.
The province of Alberta saw its population reach over four million people for the first time this past year.

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