PLCAC 63rd Annual Convention
Fairmont Banff Springs
Banff, AB
May 14 – 18, 2017
Great Success!

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2017-18 PLCAC Board of Directors Installed at 63rd Annual Convention
in Banff, AB
PLCAC 2016 Safety Awards
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Future Leader
Award Recipient
Bryan Johnson
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PLCAC’s Board of Directors welcomes a new Associate Member:

 



New DCA president

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PLCAC staff visit Waschuk Pipeline
Construction Ltd. job site
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 Word Federation of Pipeline
Industry Associations meeting
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PLCA-USA appoints new president
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New PLCAC Associate Members
 
PLCAC’s Board of Directors welcomes two new Associate Members:

 

Equipment Sales & Service
is a distributor of Link Belt Excavators, Link Belt Cranes, Komatsu Construction Equipment and Berco Equipment.
     

  Micanic Inc. sells and services Link-Belt Excavators, Kawasaki Loaders, and Takeuchi Loaders.

 

New PLCAC appointment

Pipe Line Contractors Association of Canada (PLCAC) introduces Lianne Appleby to the team as the new
associate, communications & member services.
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Standing Senate Committee Releases Report
“PIPELINES FOR OIL” – A Must Read
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CPAC's "Day on the Hill"
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"We Care" Campaign Helps the Citizens of Fort McMurray in a Big Way. Thank You!
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2016-17 PLCAC Board of Directors Installed at 62nd Annual Convention
in Charlottetown PEI
PLCAC 2015 Safety Awards
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Future Leader
Award Recipient Marcel Singh
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Why is Canada spending all of that money on foreign oil imports when our country holds
the world’s 3rd l
argest crude reserves?
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Ezra Levant "Foreign-funded lobbyists are trying to sabotage Canadian jobs"
 

Earlier this summer, U.S.-based anti-oil extremists managed to brow-beat Tim Hortons into cancelling an advertising contract from Enbridge. But now the exact same anti-oil activists are targeting another Canadian institution: Air Canada.
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Neil Menard: Interior folks love the environment and support pipelines

Neil Menard is mayor of Merritt and a director of the Thompson Nicola Regional District. He is a third-generation forestry worker and an ironworker who has worked in B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.

There has been a lot of discussion about pipeline projects in recent days, especially in the Lower Mainland of B.C., where urban environmentalists tend to dominate the conversation. People seem to forget that the Interior of the province has a stake in these decisions and we certainty have skin in the game....
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Careers
If you are interested in a career in pipeline construction and would like more information
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Come see what pipelining is all about.
Our brochure (pdf) and a series of short videos offer important overview information to support exploring pipelining as a career choice.

 
 

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