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  • 24 Oct 2020 3:46 PM | Anonymous

    The Canadian Common Ground Alliance (CCGA) proudly announces the Digging Deeper Digital Education and Networking Series

    Given the uncertainties due to COVID-19, the CCGA is excited to provide an alternative: 

    A national platform that virtually connects Damage Prevention Stakeholders, beginning October 2020 until May 2021 that offers 10 training and awareness sessions based on industry hot topics. Speakers include:

    Canada Energy Regulator CEO – Gitane De Silva

    Association Consulting Engineers Canada President – John Gamble

    Renew Magazine Editor – Andrew Macklin

    In addition to providing continuing professional education, the Digging Deeper Digital Education and Networking Series aims to reconnect peers, utilities, sponsors and suppliers to support the growth and development of the Damage Prevention industry now, and in the future.

    To register, click HERE and select TICKETS.

    Early Bird Special – Attend all 10 workshops for $199.99 Register before Friday October 23rd

    Join us as we #DigDeeper into Damage Prevention!

  • 5 Apr 2020 5:40 PM | Anonymous

    With the spring digging season almost here, Atlantic Canada Common Ground Alliance hopes this month will serve as a reminder for residents to always secure a locate request to have underground utility lines marked prior to any digging project.

    Each year, damage to buried utilities costs Canadians more than $1 billion.  The ClickBeforeYouDig.com web portal connects homeowners and contractors with their local One-Call Centre, which notifies the appropriate utility companies of their intent to dig. Professional locators are then sent to the requested dig site to locate and mark underground lines with flags, spray paint or both. Striking a single line can result in repair costs, fines, inconvenient outages, cause serious injury and in rare cases, result in fatalities.

    Every digging project, no matter how large or small, warrants a visit to ClickBeforeYouDig.com. Installing a fence, planting a tree and building a deck are all examples of digging projects requiring a locate request.

    The depth of utility lines can vary for a number of reasons, including erosion, previous digging projects and uneven surfaces. Utility lines need to be properly marked because the risk of striking an underground utility line exists even when digging only a few inches. Visit ClickBeforeYouDig.com or www.DigSafeCanada.ca for more information about safe digging practices.

  • 5 Feb 2020 3:35 PM | Anonymous

    In this Issue:

    • DIRT Submission Deadline is March 31
    • Regional Partners News
    • National News
    • Upcoming Events - Registration Open for GCA 811 Conference & Expo and other industry event information

    Read the February 2020 issue

  • 8 Jan 2020 4:03 PM | Anonymous

    In the January Issue of Know What's Below:

    • 2018 DIRT Report Released
    • ABCGA Hiring Training Standards Committee Administrator
    • National News
    • Upcoming Industry Events

    Click to read the January Issue of Know What's Below

  • 6 Dec 2019 4:37 PM | Anonymous

    In the December Issue of Know What's Below:

    • Happy Holidays from the Canadian Common Ground Alliance!
    • 2018 DIRT Report Released
    • New Issue of the Damage Prevention Process in Alberta
    • ORCGA Damage Prevention Symposium Call for Papers Extended
    • National News
    • Upcoming Industry Events

    Click to read the December Issue of Know What's Below

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