• CCA guide provides advice on how to support controversial projects

    Protestors gathering in B.C. this past weekend to rally against Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline are just the latest example of how controversial infrastructure projects that face large opposition tend to make headlines across the country.

    A new how-to guide developed for the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) aims to potentially counter that type of opposition by advising those supporting these controversial projects on how they can become vocal advocates.

    Written by the Saskatchewan Construction Association (SCA) and the British Columbia Construction Association, the Support for Infrastructure Projects Guide was approximately two years in the making and was generated in response to several discussions that occurred during CCA board meetings, said Mark Cooper, president of the SCA.

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