- Economic Development
- Government Procurement
- Internal Trade
- Small Business
- Taxation and Finance
Subject Matter Details
Policies or Program
- Canada’s Long-term Infrastructure
Plan (LTIP), the federal government should
ensure the LTIP is funded for at least 7 years;
is funded at a level equivalent to the Building
Canada Plan of 2007; and, is announced prior
to the expiration of the Building Canada Plan
in 2014 to ensure no gaps in funding exist.
- Facilitate discussions with government to see quick implementation of federal infrastructure programs such as the long-term Infrastructure Plan.
- SECURITY CLEARANCES: The Canadian Construction Association has been working with Treasury Board Secretariat and Public Works and Government Services to help simplify the process for contractors to the federal government to obtain security clearances. Currently, when a contractors wish to perform work for the federal government, they must obtain individual clearances from each department they work for. In most cases, the clearances of individual companies and employees are all conducted by the RCMP; however, obtaining a clearance to work for one department is NOT transferable for work done for another department of government. This place a tremendous burden on contractors as they must pay for each individual clearance, in some cases several clearances if they are working for multiple departments at the same time. CCA has been advocating a single government window for security clearances and that these clearances be accepted government wide.
- Skilled Labour Policy: In order to overcome skilled labour scarcity across Canada, the Canadian Construction Association continues to advocate for legislative, regulatory and policy reforms with the intent to promote increased domestic skilled trade and apprenticeship training, as well as facilitate the entry of skilled trade labour under Canadian immigration programs.
The lobbyist has arranged or expects to arrange one or more meetings on behalf of the client between a public office holder and any other person in the course of this undertaking.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
Finance Canada (FIN)
House of Commons
Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC)
Infrastructure Canada (INFC)
Prime Minister's Office (PMO)
Public Works and Government Services Canada
Senate of Canada
Western Economic Diversification Canada (WD)
No government funding was received during the last completed financial year.
Client Contact Information
400 - 75 Albert Street
Ottawa, ON K1P 5E7
Bill Ferreira, Director, Government Relations & Public Affairs
Parent Company Information
Canadian Construction Association / Association canadienne de la construction is not a subsidiary of any other parent companies.
Coalition Members Information
Canadian Construction Association / Association canadienne de la construction is not a coalition.
Person or Organization with a Direct Interest Beneficiary Information
The activities of Canadian Construction Association / Association canadienne de la construction are not controlled or directed by another person or organization with a direct interest in the outcome of this undertaking.
Subsidiary Beneficiary Information
Canadian Construction Association / Association canadienne de la construction does not have any subsidiaries that could have a direct interest in the outcome of the undertaking
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