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A NOTE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF UNITED SOILS MANAGEMENT

When one looks back upon each passing construction season they often reflect on the highs and the lows of the year’s past.

Given 2020 as the year of Covid-19, I have to start this note with a highlight of thank you’s. Being an essential service to a very active city with regards to construction, I am pleased to report and thankful to announce that United was not directly affected by this pandemic. For this I thank Bob McKenzie and our diligent staff in establishing some basic ground rules, being very strict about enforcing them and making sure all of those who worked on our site stayed healthy and employed, while employing provincial adherence regarding safety. Those thanks extend to our customers,who when receiving our Covid protocol agreed to enforce them and in a couple of cases added to the rules for added safety to everyone’s benefit.

Bob and the staff have done it once again, an accident-free season which in our industry is of paramount importance. To enter and exit over 160,000 times without bumping into one another is a feat in itself. I have to add that since 2007 when we began our work in Stouffville, there hasn’t been an accident where anyone’s safety has been jeopardized.

So, thank you to all of my United family, all of the hardworking truckers and contractors we see each day and to all of my employees.

We don’t operate in a bubble and we cannot successfully get through a season without help.

The following local people are very important to us and make our operation work. Todd Brothers Construction, Mitchell Electric, Schell Lumber and Sandy with her team at Barry Welding – thank you all.

All the people I’ve thanked contribute in their own way to the part of my business which I’m most proud of, Tiny Seedlings. It’s success to now is due to the patronage of our loyal customers who have continued to give back as much as possible to the families and services in our local neighbourhood, contributing towards enriching as many young ones as we can through education and entertainment.

Covid had us temporarily suspend events at our Open Air Arena,but we will be back. We have expanded our support for families as those young members with us since Tiny Seedlings’ inception have gotten older. These kids have ventured to new activities as they naturally change interests in their young lives, which has enabled us to expand on our current support for education and bursaries towards post-secondary education.

Shana Daniel and Darlene Shaw work tirelessly at making this all work and I can’t thank them enough for what they do. Tiny Seedlings has had over 1700 kiddos join in the fun.

Because of all the support from all of the above, I’m proud to say we fed over 1100 individuals this Christmas.

God bless all our families near and far as we look to 2021 and beyond.

Alec Cloke
President
United Soils Management Ltd.

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A NOTE FROM THE PRESIDENT OF UNITED SOILS MANAGEMENT

When one looks back upon each passing construction season they often reflect on the highs and the lows of the year’s past.

Given 2020 as the year of Covid-19, I have to start this note with a highlight of thank you’s. Being an essential service to a very active city with regards to construction, I am pleased to report and thankful to announce that United was not directly affected by this pandemic. For this I thank Bob McKenzie and our diligent staff in establishing some basic ground rules, being very strict about enforcing them and making sure all of those who worked on our site stayed healthy and employed, while employing provincial adherence regarding safety. Those thanks extend to our customers,who when receiving our Covid protocol agreed to enforce them and in a couple of cases added to the rules for added safety to everyone’s benefit.

Bob and the staff have done it once again, an accident-free season which in our industry is of paramount importance. To enter and exit over 160,000 times without bumping into one another is a feat in itself. I have to add that since 2007 when we began our work in Stouffville, there hasn’t been an accident where anyone’s safety has been jeopardized.

So, thank you to all of my United family, all of the hardworking truckers and contractors we see each day and to all of my employees.

We don’t operate in a bubble and we cannot successfully get through a season without help.

The following local people are very important to us and make our operation work. Todd Brothers Construction, Mitchell Electric, Schell Lumber and Sandy with her team at Barry Welding – thank you all.

All the people I’ve thanked contribute in their own way to the part of my business which I’m most proud of, Tiny Seedlings. It’s success to now is due to the patronage of our loyal customers who have continued to give back as much as possible to the families and services in our local neighbourhood, contributing towards enriching as many young ones as we can through education and entertainment.

Covid had us temporarily suspend events at our Open Air Arena,but we will be back. We have expanded our support for families as those young members with us since Tiny Seedlings’ inception have gotten older. These kids have ventured to new activities as they naturally change interests in their young lives, which has enabled us to expand on our current support for education and bursaries towards post-secondary education.

Shana Daniel and Darlene Shaw work tirelessly at making this all work and I can’t thank them enough for what they do. Tiny Seedlings has had over 1700 kiddos join in the fun.

Because of all the support from all of the above, I’m proud to say we fed over 1100 individuals this Christmas.

God bless all our families near and far as we look to 2021 and beyond.

Alec Cloke
President
United Soils Management Ltd.

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