Welcome to the ccabuildsyyc weekly e-newsletter! We feature news and information regarding current events, networking opportunities, education, COOLNet Alberta and those within the construction industry.
Calgary is the platform for you to Connect, Engage & Learn about the
industry. Backed by industry, this event offers something for every
professional. Choose from 40+ educational seminars, explore 225+ exhibits and
take part in prime networking opportunities.
Whether you are the owner, design consultant, reviewing the process, general contractor, or trade contractor, this session will provide tips for how to make sure each partner is successful in their pursuit.
The Gold Seal Certification program has been the industry's most trusted, valued and reliable certification for those in management of Construction. Ever wonder what it takes to get Gold Seal certified? This session will guide you through the certification road map and requirements.
*This webinar is free
Changes in the Spring & coming up in 2018!
-First Online Exam January 18, 2018
-Gold Seal Student Designation to Launch September 2018
Back by popular demand, YCL is pleased to announce our 2nd Annual LIFT event on November 16, 2017. We are planning a bigger and better version this year with more thought-provoking topics and spirited conversation about all of the hottest issues in construction. Keep an eye out for more details and get your tickets early to make your voice be heard in the Calgary Construction Industry!
Please call 403-291-3350 to register
Let's be Blunt - Legalizing Cannabis
Make a Good First Impression
CCA Board Meetings Update
Business Tax Law Changes - Update
2017 OHS Review Survey
Let's be Blunt! People use Cannabis.
More than 45,000 Albertans participated in an online survey and more than 100 organizations provided input regarding legalizing cannabis. If passed, legalization will be implemented by July 2018.
Specific programs are still under development as Alberta Labour continues to work with labour groups and employers to support workplace safety.
to those who supported the effort to extend the consultation period on the
proposed changes to the taxation of private corporations.
to extend the consultation period was defeated in the House of Commons this
week. The Liberal government appears to be moving ahead with their proposals.
We are now waiting and hoping that the government will take the feedback they
received and amend their proposals to be less damaging to private business in
Highlights from the CCA Board Meetings
October 3-4, 2017
Niagara Falls, ON
-New procurement guide and requirements: CCDC 23, Educational Initiative, Asphalt Reviews, Quality of Design and Project Management Guides