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Read about the fantastic event in the newest issue of Think BIG magazine
Are employers ready?
By Amy Groothuis, Miller Thomson LLP
The start of a new year is often a time for setting objectives and preparing for the year ahead. One item that ought to be on all employers’ 2018 planning agendas is the expected legalization of cannabis and what that means for their workplace.
By Shantel LippSHCA President
The Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association and its members look forward to working with the new Premier of Saskatchewan, Scott Moe.
We wish to congratulate Scott, who in late January edged out four other candidates and won a tight race to replace the retiring Brad Wall.
Don’t miss this one-day forum for quarry and pit owners
Quarry Tech, taking place Feb. 22, 2018 in Calgary, Alta., is a one-day forum exclusively for quarry and pit owners and operators that will offer attendees case studies and panel sessions presented by industry experts covering a wide variety of topics including telematics, achieving quality drone data, crushing, washing, screening, water conservation and dust control.
Read about the SHCA Fall Convention, CCA’s new president, Saskatchewan’s rural infrastructure, how to buy prescription safety glasses and more!
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SHCA has updated its website with dates and locations for its major 2018 events. Click here to find out more and mark your calendars!
SARM’s Annual Convention is March 13–16 in Regina
The largest annual event hosted by the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) takes place March 13 – 16 in Regina. There is no registration fee for this event and anyone can attend. SHCA members are encouraged to attend to add to discussions surrounding current construction issues in Saskatchewan’s rural municipalities.
Think BIG magazine is the flagship publication of the Saskatchewan Heavy Construction Association. In each issue, we highlight some of SHCA’s members and their projects in editorial features.