Canadian Common Ground Alliance

Damage Prevention is a Shared Responsibility


Thank You to Everyone Who Attended the 7th Annual CCGA Symposium

The 2019 Damage Prevention Symposium in Niagara Falls was a huge success: featuring incredible speakers, vital information and opportunities to network with members of the Canadian damage prevention industry. Stay tuned for more information on how the CCGA plans to deliver damage prevention awareness, education and collaboration during the global COVID19 health crisis.

CCGA's Monthly Newsletter
Know What's Below

The Know What's Below Newsletter is a fantastic opportunity for partners across Canada to share information: updates from each province, regional issues we encounter and the latest developments in damage prevention.

Upcoming Events

  • Please check back for future CCGA hosted events

CCGA Best Practices

In the fall of 2018 the CCGA released Best Practices Version 3.0. This includes updates developed through regional and stakeholder consensus. 

This is a continuation of the significant goal of the harmonized Best Practices Version 1.0 released in 2014.

To order printed copies of The CCGA Best Practices Volume 3.0, please email Cost per book is $10.00 CDN and includes shipping and handling.

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One Voice

The Canadian Common Ground Alliance is the voice of Canada's Regional Partner CGAs dedicated to working toward damage prevention solutions that will benefit all Canadians.  This website is a portal to Canada's Common Ground Alliance Partners and provides routine updates to the damage prevention issues of national interest the CCGA is managing on behalf of our Regional Partners.

One Mission

"Through shared responsibility among all stakeholders, the CCGA works to reduce damages to underground infrastructure - ensuring public safety, environmental protection, and the integrity of services by promoting effective damage prevention practices."

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