Who we are
The voice of Canada’s cement industry
The Cement Association of Canada (CAC) represents the Canadian cement industry–six companies with clinker and cement manufacturing facilities. Together, we strive to maintain a sustainable industry as well as promote and enhance the economic, environmental and societal benefits of building with concrete–cement’s end product.
A founding member of the Concrete Council of Canada, the CAC advances the industry’s position as a proactive partner in addressing society’s sustainability and climate change challenges. We work with environmental groups, governments, and broader civil society to support the development of smart regulatory policy that allows a fair competitive playing field for our members. We advise on technical matters important to our industry and to sustainable construction, participating in relevant committees of the Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes and of the Canadian Standards Association. And we provide guidance on best practices related to concrete pavements.
The members of the Cement Association of Canada operate clinker and cement manufacturing facilities, granulating facilities and distribution, grinding facilities and cement terminals across the country. They provide a reliable domestic supply of cement required to build Canada’s communities and critical infrastructure. Signatories of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development Cement Sustainability Initiative (WBCSDCSI) through their parent corporations represented in more than 90 countries on five continents, our members are committed to the environmentally responsible manufacturing of cement and concrete products and to the quality of life of our communities.
Ciment Québec Inc. 145, boulevard du Centenaire, St-Basile (Portneuf), QC G0A 3G0
Federal White Cement Ltd. P.O. Box 548, Woodstock, ON N4S 7Y5
CRH Canada Group Inc. 2391 Lakeshore Road West Mississauga, ON L5J 1K1
– Mississauga, Ontario
– Joliette, Quebec
Lafarge Canada Inc. 6509 Airport Road Mississauga, ON L4V 1S7
– Richmond, British Columbia
– Exshaw, Alberta
– Bath, Ontario
– St. Constant, Quebec
– Brookfield, Nova Scotia
Lehigh Hanson 12640 Inland Way, Edmonton, AB T5V 1K2 Cement Plants: – Delta, British Columbia – Edmonton, Alberta 7660 Imperial Way, Allentown, PA, USA 18195 Cement Plant: Picton, Ontario, Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, Quebec
St Marys Cement Group 55 Industrial Street, Toronto ON M4G 3W9
Cement Plants: St. Marys and Bowmanville, Ontario
The CAC Board of Directors
The Cement Association of Canada is governed by a nine-member board consisting of senior officials from all CAC member companies. They are responsible for setting the scope and responsibilities of the Association.
|Alex Car, Chairman of the Board||Lehigh Hanson (Inland)|
|Brad Kohl, Vice Chairman||Lafarge Canada|
|Chris Ward, Past Chairman||Lehigh Hanson (Inland)|
|Filiberto Ruiz||St Marys Cement– A Votorantim Cimentos Company|
|Wayne Lazzarato||CRH Canada Group Inc.|
|Luc Papillon||Ciment Québec Inc.|
|François Marleau||Ciment Québec Inc.|
|Bruno Roux||Lafarge Canada|
|George Doumet||Federal White Cement Ltd.|
Our concrete sector partners
Most Canadian cement companies are also involved in the production of ready-mixed concrete and various forms of concrete-based construction. They are active in associations that represent concrete producers in its many forms and that, like the CAC, are members of the Concrete Council of Canada. The CAC works in collaboration with its partners in the concrete sector to promote the contribution of concrete, concrete products and concrete systems to low carbon, sustainable communities.