The SHCA Annual Fall Convention is fast approaching!
November 16 & 17, 2017
Delta Hotel & Convention Centre
Don’t miss the 2017 SHCA Annual Fall Convention – this year brings a new format, great speakers and more networking opportunities than ever before! You’ll be “blown away” by our new keynote speaker.
Find out more and REGISTER here!
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If you have any questions, call the SHCA office at 306-586-1821, or email Shantel Lipp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Shantel Lipp, SHCA President
It’s encouraging to see the Government of Saskatchewan continue to invest in highway infrastructure projects in this province.
More than $220 million in road construction tenders is earmarked for the 2018 season – a substantial increase from the $174 million set aside just two years ago for 2016.
It’s never too early to plan for next year. Long-term investments and early tendering significantly help our industry when it comes to future planning and hiring a sufficient number of crews to assist with these upcoming projects.
From the Financial Post: A proposal that allows U.S. companies to immediately deduct capital expenses would mark one of the biggest structural shifts in tax policy in decades
A proposal that would allow U.S. companies to immediately write off capital investments, part of a sweeping tax-reform plan announced by the White House last week, could put Canadian companies at a further disadvantage to their southern counterparts, tax experts say.
From the Quarter 3 issue of Think BIG!
Points Athabasca was established in 1999 to help empower First Nations communities and foster regional prosperity in the Athabasca region of Northern Saskatchewan.
From the Daily Commercial News, the construction and oil industries are disappointed
Disappointed. It’s the word many in the construction and oil industries are using to sum up their feelings upon hearing TransCanada’s Energy East Pipeline will not proceed.