Cana Group of Companies
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About the company

  • CEO
    Luke Simpson
    58%
    approve of Luke Simpson's performance
  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $30m to $130m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Construction, Repair & Maintenance Services
  • Headquarters
    5720 4th Street SE, Calgary AB T2H 1K7
  • Link
    Cana Group of Companies website
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Reviews

High Voltage Electrician in Calgary, AB
on 26 May 2020
Good place to work
Ended suddenly due to changes in business plan. Enjoyed working with them when I did. They paid well and the LOA was good. Worked in the high voltage side.
Journeyman Carpenter in Calgary, AB
on 28 March 2022
Overall great place
Everything from the management on site to the group of people you work with is great. Overall great experience and would recommend to others for a place to work.
Laborer (Seasonal) in Construction
on 13 June 2021
Horrible company stay away
Dont be amazed by the offer that they will give you, unprofessional people, lots of attitude from top to bott om employee, its better to be hired by a small construction firm.
PLT Apprentice in Calgary, AB
on 3 May 2021
Not a positive work environment
Cana has one of the worst work cultures I’ve ever experienced; the office nickle and dimes field employees, charges you for safety glasses, gloves etc, and does everything in their power to to not allow you get ahead financially. They pay the lowest hourly rates and never have any overtime, they also don’t supply any safety gear/clothing. As a PLT apprentice you will NEVER be able to get any transmission or overhead experience, it will strictly be URD and at times they may send you to work in their traffic or Fiber division. The office is full of staff but they do their best to avoid returning voicemails/emails etc. On-site morale is low and most people can’t wait to find a better gig. There are some decent people still there but I think there’s a massive deficiency in the leadership department. I would NOT recommend this company to anyone.
Transmission Line Engineer in Calgary
on 22 November 2020
Soul sucking
Stay awayThey only care about their profit and the Simpson family legacy. Don’t work for this company unless you’re an unskilled labourer amd have no choice.

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