Blasting update: June 17, 2019
Lafarge will be blasting in the Exshaw quarry on June 17, 2019. The blast will take place at approximately 2:30 p.m. If you would like to receive email updates on blasting operations, please contact email@example.com.
Quarry Update – March – June 2019
Lafarge will be performing work in a small section of the main quarry to improve safety conditions at a road intersection in the upper west area. There will be some tree removal and blasting as a result. The Government of Alberta is aware of this work. Blasting notifications will occur as per normal procedure. If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Three local students are sharing $13,000 in post-secondary scholarship support from Lafarge in recognition for being excellent students, active volunteers and strong community leaders. Dameon Blaser and Tori Kelly each received $5,000 and Stefan Judek got $1,300 from...read more
MD of Bighorn and Lafarge partner on $10.3 million project to help protect people, property Debris-food mitigation for Exshaw Creek, designed to protect people and property from the effects of a natural disaster, is underway in the MD of Bighorn. Construction of the...read more
Over 58,000 tonnes of riprap is being produced and donated by Lafarge to help reinforce the banks of Exshaw Creek. Lafarge is also providing 3.2 hectares of land, including 1.6 hectares of privatelyowned land and 1.6 hectares of Crown land that is leased by the cement...read more
Canmore Eagles forward Alex Young was presented with the Athletic Academic Award, sponsored by the Lafarge Exshaw Cement Plant. The 17-year-old from Calgary received the honour at the Eagles’ annual Award’s Dinner on Friday, February 23 at the Cornerstone Theatre in...read more
Lafarge continues to work with the community to communicate updates on the LCF project. A Project Advisory Committee meeting was held on November 15, 2018. Committee members were updated on recent work done by the Pembina Institute and were introduced to the...read more
Lafarge's Lower Carbon Fuels Project was awarded $10 million in funding from Emissions Reduction Alberta’s Industrial Efficiency Challenge. The project was one of eleven worth a combined value of $267 million chosen to receive up to $70.2 million. The Challenge was an...read more
Canmore Daycare Junior Scientists toured the Lafarge Exshaw Cement Plant on August 17, 2018. There was mixed reaction about what stood out the most: some liked getting in the loader bucket, some liked seeing the limestone, others said putting on the safety gear was...read more
Kate Strachan has been named the new Plant Manager of Lafarge Exshaw, assuming the position in the beginning of June. In her new role, Strachan will oversee the production process, ensure stringent health and safety standards and monitor environmental performance of...read more
Lafarge’s latest Quarry Manager knows a thing or two about the plant. Scott Casselman has been working with Lafarge in Exshaw for 17 years. He started in an entry-level position and now oversees all quarry operations, onsite and in the office. In his new role, Scott...read more
Three local students have received post-secondary scholarship support from Lafarge in recognition for being excellent students, active volunteers and strong community leaders. Lafarge gave $11,500 in 2018 from its $315,000 education endowment. Marina Neilson and...read more