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Cement Association of Canada President and CEO is among the more than 60 CEOs and civil society leaders urging Prime Minister and Premiers to take bold action on clean growth and climate change


Letter to First Ministers from major business and civil society leaders The President and CEO of the  Cement Association of Canada is among the more than 60 CEOs and civil society leaders urging Prime Minister and Premiers to take bold action on clean growth and climate change. “Canada’s transition to a prosperous, low-carbon, climate resilient economy hinges on the right mix of incentives, investments and bold complementary policies. Read More

Cement Industry Commends Federal Government's Fall Economic Statement for its Tangible Commitment to Investments in Critical Infrastructure


OTTAWA, Nov. 3, 2016 /CNW/ - The Cement Association of Canada (CAC) applauds Finance Minister Bill Morneau's Fall Economic Statement for its tangible $81 billion commitment to infrastructure spending. Read More

Canada's Cement Industry Applauds Passage of Private Members Motion M45


OTTAWA, Sept. 30, 2016 - The Cement Association of Canada congratulates Halifax Member of Parliament Andy Fillmore for the successful passage in the House of Commons of his Private Members Motion related to the environment and infrastructure investments. This brief yet powerful motion calls on government, before making decisions on infrastructure funding proposals, to complete an analysis of their impact on greenhouse gas emissions and establish an Implementation Plan. Read More

CaGBC Sept 14 EPD webinar - delivered by the CAC, Athena Sustainable Materials Institute and the CSA Group.


CaGBC Sept 14 EPD webinar delivered by the CAC, Athena Sustainable Materials Institute and the CSA Read More

Canada's Cement Industry Applauds B.C.'s Climate Leadership Plan


PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUTION Vancouver, August 19, 2016 - The Cement Association of Canada congratulates the province of British Columbia on the release of its Climate Leadership Plan today. Climate change is the single most important issue facing our society today and this plan lays the foundation for industries to play a major role in assisting government in meeting its 2050 targets.  The cement industry welcomes the commitment of the B.C. Read More

Cement Association of Canada President and CEO Michael McSweeney addresses delegates at the AMO 2016 Conference


Read his remarks on opening day  View his presentation “Climate Change and the Built Environment: Opportunities for leadership and Innovation” for Conference’s Plenary panel on climate change on August Read More

Canadian Cement Industry Commends Canada’s Participation in Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition


PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUTION Toronto, July 15, 2016 - Today, the Cement Association of Canada was pleased to become a member of the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition as a strategic partner and to join with other leading Canadian companies participating in a joint statement issued by the Honourable Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change. Read More

5th International LafargeHolcim Awards seeks smart solutions for cities and the built environment


Two million dollar sustainable construction competition open Zurich, Switzerland – July 4, 2016 - The LafargeHolcim Awards is the most significant global competition in sustainable design. It seeks leading projects of professionals as well as bold ideas from the Next Generation that combine sustainable construction solutions with architectural excellence. Read More

The Cement Association of Canada is proud to be a Founding Partner of the Carbon Impact Initiative


This initiative is an industry-led action plan spearheaded by EllisDon Corporation in support of Canada’s international climate change Read More

Canada's Cement Industry Welcomes Ontario's Climate Action Plan


This plan is a comprehensive approach that will give industry the tools to effectively reduce GHG emissions across Ontario, while helping industry remain competitive OTTAWA, June 8, 2016 /CNW Telbec/ - The Cement Association of Canada (CAC) congratulates the Ontario government and the leadership being shown by Premier Wynne and Minister Murray on the release of its world-leading Climate Action Plan. Read More
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