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The Independent Free Press: Dufferin wins Community Relations award for Acton Quarry March 14, 2014
The Acton Quarry operated by Dufferin Aggregates has earned the prestigious Environmental Achievement and Community Relations Awards from the Ontario Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (OSSGA).
Brant News: Paris gravel pit wins award from peers March 14, 2014
The West Paris gravel pit, operated by Lafarge Canada, was given the award of excellence from the Ontario Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (OSSGA) at the association’s annual general meeting last week in Ottawa.
DurhamRegion.com: Two local gravel pits cop honours from OSSGA March 14, 2014
Two local gravel pits operated by Lafarge Canada Inc. have earned the Progressive Rehabilitation Award from the Ontario Stone, Sand and Gravel Association. The award recognizes outstanding progress in the rehabilitation of extracted portions of an active pit or quarry site. The winners were The Giordano Pit and Uxbridge Regan Pit.
Lakefield Herald: Progressive Rehabilitation Award for Lakefield pit March 14, 2014
The Lakefield Pit & Lakefield Pit-West Floor operated by CBM Aggregates have earned the prestigious Progressive Rehabilitation Award from the Ontario Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (OSSGA). The Progressive Rehabilitation Award recognizes outstanding progress in the rehabilitation of extracted portions of active pit or quarry sites.
OSSGA ACKNOWLEDGES GOVERNMENT RESPONSE TO REVIEW OF AGGREGATE RESOURCES ACT February 21, 2014
The Ontario Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (OSSGA) acknowledges yesterday’s comprehensive government response to the Report on the Review of the Aggregate Resources Act and stands ready to help implement key recommendations.
OSSGA Releases ’REPORT TO ONTARIO’S COMMUNITIES | 2013" February 21, 2014
The producers of the stone, sand and gravel used to build Ontario recognize that our industry members must be good neighbours in the communities where we operate, and good stewards of the natural environment. We also recognize that aggregate extraction is a necessary and responsible interim land use. While there are significant economic spin-offs from Ontario’s gravel pits and quarries, the end result of an aggregate operation is never just a hole in the ground. Included in every license for aggregate extraction is a rehabilitation plan detailing exactly how the land will be returned to a use that suits the regional landscape and the local community.
OSSGA’s Julie Harrington Achieves Top Designation February 7, 2014
We are excited to announce that OSSGA’s own Julie Harrington is among only 47 people worldwide in 2014 to have achieved the CMM designation by Meeting Professionals International (MPI). CMM is a Certification in Meeting Management and is the highest level of professional designation possible for senior level meeting professionals. We are proud to have her on the OSSGA team and we offer her our most sincere congratulations.
OSSGA Directory Now Available! November 14, 2013
If you would like to purchase copies of the award-winning OSSGA membership directory, you can do so by filling out a publications order form online.
Cruickshank wins national safety award! November 11, 2013
Cruickshank has been named one of Canada’s Safest Employers by Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine, winning gold in the Building and Construction category.
OSSGA Welcomes Report on Aggregate Resources Act Review October 31, 2013
The Ontario Stone, Sand & Gravel Association (OSSGA) welcomed the Report on the Review of the Aggregate Resources Act that was tabled in the Ontario Legislature yesterday afternoon after a lengthy review process by the legislature’s Standing Committee on General Government
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