Election

2021 Board of Directors Election to be held on January 19.
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ASGA Board of Directors
2022 Elections

Three Board Members will be elected by producer (regular members by web balloting, with results announced at the 2022 ASGA Convention 

Nominated Candidates:

Archibald, Dana (Athabasca Minerals, Inc.)
Helm, Brock (Lafarge Holcim)
Hustler, Joe (Knelsen Sand and Gravel)
McClocklin, Conor (Border Paving)

Candidate Statements:

Archibald, Dana BSc RPF

"Dana Archibald is a well-rounded safety conscious leader with extensive experience working within the Aggregates, Civil, Pipeline, Environmental and Regulatory sectors across multiple jurisdictions within Canada and the United States. Mr. Archibald is the Chief Operating Officer for Athabasca Minerals Inc. and has divisional responsibilities for both the Base Aggregates and Silica Sand business units. Dana has lead multidiscipline execution teams, environmental professionals, consultants and field staff on projects in the development, execution and reclamation phases, including the completion of Regulatory Applications for Federally and Provincially regulated projects."
 
"Mr. Archibald holds a Bachelor of Science in Forest Management from the University of Alberta, is a Registered Professional Forester, and was a member of the Alberta Roadbuilders & Heavy Construction Association Sub-Grading Committee."

Hustler, Joe

"Joe Hustler is dedicated to promoting, enhancing and when necessary, defending the sand and gravel industry. Joe has served for many years on the ASGA board of directors sitting on many committees and currently as President of the association. Joe has led and is working on many initiatives including CAPL reform, municipal overlap, regulatory reform and wants to see these projects to completion."

"Joe wants to continue building our relationship with Alberta government, Rural Municipalities Association, and closely related professional and industry associations. In the coming years Joe plans to complete work on CAPL reform, bringing new and stable funding to the ASGA so we can build our association, allowing ASGA to provide new and enhanced services to members and support and expand the mandates of our committees. New funding will allow ASGA to support continuing initiatives on reclamation criteria and new initiatives such as orphan pit research and Crown Land allocation policy reform."

"Working out of Grande Prairie, Joe is the Aggregate Resource Manager for Knelsen Sand and Gravel Ltd., managing both private and crown pits for the company. Joe has had the opportunity to not only represent the sand and gravel industry but support small privately held Alberta business bringing strong knowledge of crown leases and operations in northern Alberta."

"Joe has a background in Forestry with many years of field work to support everyday discussions with regulators. He has knowledge of the industries and importance of key sectors of the economy the industry supports.
Joe is continuously learning and believes that we must all continue to evolve and educate ourselves to keep current and maintain our competitiveness. Joe holds a Bachelor of Science in Forestry from the University of Alberta, a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Athabasca and is a Registered Professional Forester."