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Nov. 16–17 at the Delta Hotel & Convention Centre in Regina

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.

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Code of practice for the reduction of VOC emissions from cutback and emulsified asphalt

Many SHCA members import, distribute, sell or use asphalt pavement, or arrange and issue paving contracts. Please take note of the new Code of Practice for the Reduction of Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Emissions from Cutback and Emulsified Asphalt (the Code).

The main objective of the Code is to protect the environment and the health of Canadians by

Saskatchewan looks to introduce new regulations to allow more opportunities for workers during their peak earning period, but must be able to manage worker fatigue

Read the new issue of Think BIG!

The Government of Canada is working to create a healthy and growing economy in which businesses generate well-paying jobs, and where the middle class – and those working hard to join it – have confidence that they can succeed.

As part of this work, the government is taking action to improve the fairness of Canada's tax system by closing tax loopholes and amending existing rules to ensure

“In the last 25 years, we have gone through a transportational revolution. The internal combustion engine and the inflated tire have changed the whole economy, not only of the North American continent, but of the western world. Roads… have become as essential a part of our economy as railroads were 75 years ago. And I think that we completely underestimate what the demands of motor-vehicle traffic are going to be in the next quarter of a century.


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