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Some of you will no doubt have noticed that the Cement Association of Canada is increasing its presence at several of these events – the Pollution Probe Gala, the WWF Panda Ball, Pembina’s unGala and Lake Ontario WaterKeepers to name a few.
Global economic and political uncertainty suggested to many people that 2012 would end on a negative note, but many investors benefited from pleasant surprises that greeted them as a volatile year wound down.
The Aggregate Producers Association of British Columbia last year changed its name to the  the British Columbia Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (BCSSGA).
At the 2012 Ontario Road Builders Association convention in Toronto, one common theme dominated the discussions: how do we work together to build better roads?
If the heavy machinery market is any indication, Canada’s aggregate and roadbuilding industries are growing.
Energy management has traditionally focused on procurement and the energy inputs an organization needs.
Is it time for industry to push a national infrastructure agenda?
According to Rick Phillips, Yokohama Tire Corporation’s director of commercial sales, 2012 could not have been any more contrasting from 2011. In this industry interview, Phillips, a 35-year tire industry veteran, discusses what the challenges were within the commercial tire industry in 2012 and how they will affect 2013. 
It is well established that sustained investment in public infrastructure brings results – enhanced economic productivity, higher competitiveness, and therefore, better rates of economic growth.
I have written about the importance of succession planning to maximize the value of your business and ensure you receive a good return on your efforts to build your business.
Aggregates & Roadbuilding searches for the industry’s next generation.
The Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal originally released its plans to begin internal road building activities in the spring of 2011.
Silo Mentality: An attitude found in some organizations that occurs when several departments or groups do not want to share information or knowledge with other individuals in the same company
It is a pleasure to write this Last Word column for Aggregates & Roadbuilding magazine as I prepare to retire from the Ontario Hot Mix Producers Association (OHMPA) after 15 years of service.

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