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Cement Sustainability Initiative Forum Highlights

The CSI Forum is an annual by-invitation-only two-day industry event for CSI members and partners where they can engage in a direct dialogue among each other and with stakeholders on sustainable development issues close to heart for the cement industry.

Highlights are available here.

 

British Columbia Cement Industry Reaching Milestone

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE DISTRIBUTION Concrete’s environmental footprint further reduced as CO2-reducing Contempra™ nears 50% of made-in-BC cement consumption Ottawa (ON), September 17, 2013 ? A scant two years after its launch in Canada, a new cement type that results in 10% lower CO2 emiss ... Read more...
 

Cement Association of Canada President and CEO Michael McSweeney introduces AMO Keynote speaker, Commander Chris Hadfield

  2013  AMO CONFERENCE MONDAY, AUGUST 19, 8:45 AM, OTTAWA CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY Thank you, Russ. Our wonderful host, and my municipal Alma Mater - the City of Ottawa, Mayors, Councilors, ladies and gentlemen, good morning. What a tremendous honour for me, and for all of us, to be here today in ... Read more...
 

Remarks By Michael Mcsweeney, President And CEO, Cement Association of Canada at the CSCE 2013 Annual Conference

REMARKS BY MICHAEL MCSWEENEY, PRESIDENT AND CEO, CEMENT ASSOCIATION OF CANADA AT THE CSCE 2013 ANNUAL CONFERENCE, MAY 30 2013 CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY Merci Monsieur Pilon. Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen. It’s a pleasure for me to be here today to discuss sustainability in the cement and concre ... Read more...
 

Proposed Building Code Changes Could Jeopardize Ontarians' Safety

OTTAWA, May 22, 2013 /CNW/ - The Cement Association of Canada (CAC) today expressed tremendous disappointment with those members of the building and construction industry who have called for changes to the Ontario Building Code (OBC) to allow construction of six-storey wood-frame buildings. The CAC ... Read more...