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News
June 21, 2021  

Data is the new oil: Eliminating job site injuries will require using it wisely

2.5 quintillion bytes of data are created every day.

News
June 18, 2021  

‘Down to the studs’: Huge restoration of Parliament’s Centre Block to cost up to $5B

OTTAWA—The massive restoration project underway at Parliament’s Centre Block

News
June 18, 2021  

Govan Brown adds Core & Shell division in pivot toward new construction

A Canadian contractor known best for its work on

News
June 15, 2021  

Piling crews in Kelowna, B.C. drill to new depths for pair of downtown towers

In downtown Kelowna, a few blocks Okanagan Lake, construction

Article
June 15, 2021  

Top Five Contractors Under 50 Employees

Small and mid-sized construction firms are the bedrock of

Article
June 15, 2021  

A ‘small giant’ in the Fraser Valley

Its name currently stamped on construction hoarding on two

On Your Radar
June 10, 2021  

Using BIM to reduce rework, stick to schedule and stay on budget

Q: What’s the fastest way to blow up the

Article
June 9, 2021  

Canada’s Top 40 Contractors by revenue

On-Site’s 2021 Top Contractors Top Contractors is a project

News
June 9, 2021  

Protesters maintain blockade at Minnesota oil pipeline site

PARK RAPIDS, Minn.—Protesters fighting a Canadian-based company’s push to

News
June 4, 2021  

Insurance provider for Trans Mountain pipeline says it won’t renew policy

CALGARY—An insurance provider for the Trans Mountain pipeline said

News
May 29, 2021  

Coastal Gaslink plans to finish pipeline in 2023, pipe installation starting in summer

Coastal GasLink says it’s aiming to bring its liquefied

News
May 28, 2021  

Carmacks starts work on $92M project to twin Hwy. 40 outside Grande Prairie, Alta.

Construction on a highway twinning project is underway at

News
May 28, 2021  

Trans Mountain pipeline begins construction of tunnel in Burnaby, B.C.

BURNABY, B.C.—Construction has begun on the 2.6-kilometre tunnel in

News
May 27, 2021  

Nova Construction among companies picked to help build Canso, N.S. spaceport

HALIFAX—The Nova Scotia company planning to build Canada’s first

News
May 26, 2021  

Canadian construction firms still getting low marks for digital maturity, report finds

Integrating new technologies remains a challenge for Canadian construction

News
May 25, 2021  

Montreal construction charter aims to end roadwork chaos, but critics have doubts

MONTREAL—The orange cones that line Montreal’s abundant construction sites

News
May 21, 2021  

Canada Energy Regulator gives OK to Hydro Quebec transmission line

MONTREAL—Hydro-Quebec says the Canada Energy Regulator has issued the

News
May 21, 2021  

All construction in Ontario to be allowed to reopen by mid-June

All construction projects across Ontario will be allowed to

Article
May 17, 2021  

‘It’s forwards or nothing’: Crews tunnel beneath the Fraser to new wastewater standards

Burrowing through thick sand underwater, ensuring the safety of

News
May 15, 2021  

Oilsands producer Suncor and utility Atco to pursue ‘world class’ hydrogen project

CALGARY—Oilsands producer Suncor Energy Inc. is partnering with utility