For the first time, the CCGA has opened membership to buried asset owners with a national footprint; ie: interprovincial transmission pipeline and telecommunication companies. The CCGA seeks to engage and secure a direct dialogue with these federally regulated buried asset owners in relation to damage prevention governance and develop more robust and consistent national education and awareness practices. Membership with the CCGA is not intended to replace same with CGA Regional Partners in Canada. In fact, if your company is already a member or sponsor of one or more of the CGA Regional Partners in Canada, those affiliations need to continue.
To learn more about membership, please go to the Member Application page on the CCGA website. If you wish to become a member, scroll down on that page, select your membership level / category and follow the steps to completion. If you do require an invoice, please contact CCGA Accountant, Mr. Gary Laycraft, and one will be sent to you.