Canadian Construction Association invites industry to re-connect at its first in-person Annual Conference in two years

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Ontario Construction News staff writer

The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) says former NHL player turned community leader and mental health advocate Jordin Tootoo will be headlining its 2022 Annual Conference in Vancouver. His keynote on leadership and creating a culture of exceptional teamwork will kick off a timely program designed for the construction industry, CCA said in a statement on Tuesday,

This conference from March 8 to 11at the JW Parq Marriott Vancouver Resort, will bring industry members together to share best practices, network, stay current on industry trends and celebrate members’ accomplishments through the CCA’s  awards program.

Registration is now open.

Other sessions to note include a debate on the future direction of Canada’s trade economy and needed infrastructure, an insider’s perspective on the state of the nation and what this political landscape means for construction in Canada, a CEO roundtable discussion on how to scale-up your business, as well as panels on data trusts and green building, presentations on Indigenous infrastructure, and tips on building a talent pipeline.

For those who are unable to make it in person this year, CCA is offering a live stream experience where registered delegates can view a selection of sessions from their home or office. The mobile conference app and online event platform will also allow all delegates, registered for the in-person or live stream event, to engage and network.

The deadline to register for the in-person conference is Feb. 28. Live stream registrations will be accepted until March 2.

The CCA requires anyone participating in an in-person CCA event to be fully vaccinated.


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