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Hill Day 2023

Brendan Nobes, Director of Major Projects at rcs construction and Chair of the Canadian Construction Association, participated in the Canadian Construction Association’s annual Hill Day. This event serves as a key advocacy platform, allowing CCA members nationwide to engage with parliamentarians from various parties and regions. The goal is to advocate for the construction industry, emphasizing its importance to Canada’s economic growth.

At the event, Brendan emphasized, “The Canadian Construction Association calls on the federal government to work closely with the construction industry and enact policy changes that unlock the industry’s full economic potential.” Brendan consistently takes into account the diverse factors affecting the construction sector. The association’s call for collaboration and policy changes aims to empower the industry, enabling it to make a more substantial contribution to the country’s economic growth.

Pictured from left to right is Pierre Hamel (The Association de la construction du Qu├ębec), David Morley (Pomerleau), Brendan Nobes (rcs construction/CCA), Minister Marc Miller (Parliament), Wayne Ferguson (Ellis Don), and Nicole Chabot (Chabot Enterprises).

Thank you to the CCA for consistently organizing events like Hill Day, offering Canada’s construction leaders a platform to address overarching industry issues and impacts. These gatherings facilitate networking and the exchange of insights among different stakeholders, fostering collaboration to advance the construction of better infrastructure and contribute to a stable economy.

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