Lafarge Canada Inc. (Eastern Canada) statement regarding Quebec construction strike

Lafarge Canada Inc. (Eastern Canada) statement regarding Quebec construction 
MONTREAL, June 19, 2013 /CNW Telbec/ - Lafarge is Canada's largest 
construction material solutions provider, and we are committedto building 
better cities andcommunitiesacross Quebec by working with our partners to 
create the homes, roads, bridges, and transit-ways that people use every day. 
Lafarge is disappointed that the situation has resulted in a strike action in 
the construction sector.The effect this strike has on our economy and our 
entire industry, which is so critical to maintaining a strong Quebec, is 
significant and has an impact every single day on our employees and our 
We are closely monitoring the impact of this strike on our business and will 
adapt when necessary. 
We hope that all parties will do everything in their power to quickly minimize 
the impact this strike has on our industry and the economy. 
We encourage all parties to maintain an open and transparent dialogue, leading 
to a quick resolution and agreement, so we can return to building better 
cities and communities across Quebec. 
Regan Watts
Director, Communications and Public Affairs
Lafarge Canada Inc.   
Lafarge Canada Inc. is Canada's largest provider of solutions to the 
construction and development industry. With more than 6000 employees across 
Canada, our mission is to provide construction solutions that build better 
cities and communities. The cities where Canadians live, work, and raise their 
families along with the infrastructure that supports their communities such as 
roads, bridges, transportation links, water, and waste management benefit from 
the solutions provided by Lafarge. 
Through our Sustainability Ambitions for 2020, Lafarge is committed to 
providing solutions using sustainable manufacturing practices and improving 
the environment in and around its operations. At locations across Canada, we 
have worked to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, restore wetlands for native 
plants and animals, and identify waste materials that can be recycled and used 
in our operations. More information is available on Lafarge Canada's website: 
Anne-Julie Gratton Manager, Communications and Public Affairs (514) 428 7290 
SOURCE: Lafarge Canada Inc. 
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