Canadian Construction Association looking for input from industry stakeholders


Ottawa, ON — The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) is looking for input from stakeholders in the construction industry. The CCA is working with Nanos Research to gather views on Canada’s vision for infrastructure investments. The survey will include three questions outlined by the Federal government as part of their request for consultation on its “Infrastructure 2050” initiative.

These are the following questions:

  1. How to assess infrastructure needs and establish a long-term vision?
  2. How to improve coordination among infrastructure owners and funders?
  3. How to determine the best ways to fund and finance infrastructure?

The survey is estimated to take between eight to 12 minutes to complete with the deadline for submissions on June 4.

Nanos Research is an independent organization running this initiative on behalf of the CCA. All submissions will remain confidential and will be grouped with others to identify common themes and priorities, reports the CCA.

For more information from the organizers of the event, contact Mary Van Buren, president of the CCA, at, or the senior researcher on the project, Nik Nanos at

To complete the survey, please visit


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