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News
September 16, 2021  

NACG bags $275M oil sands deal

This deal extends the company’s master service agreement through 2023.

News
September 13, 2021  

Bird’s Strategy: Keep on Growing

Bird Construction outlined strategic plans at its first ever Investors’ Day.

News
September 13, 2021  

EllisDon thanks healthcare heroes with donation

Contractor helps renovate courtyard space for Calgary medical centre.

News
September 13, 2021  

News roundup: Pedestrian problems

Canada’s two biggest cities are experiencing construction-related challenges recently.

News
September 9, 2021  

Graham merges with Milender White

The reach of this Calgary construction giant grows larger with this move.

News
September 7, 2021  

Sensing issues before they occur: Managing job site risks in real-time

On construction sites, less and less is going unnoticed.

News
September 7, 2021  

EDIST gets behind Canadian athletes

EllisDon Infrastructure Services and Technology will support the Paralympic Games.

News
September 1, 2021  

CRA forecasts significant growth in equipment rental industry

Canadian Rental Association expects nearly double-digit increase this year.

On Your Radar
September 1, 2021  

Making the Case for Detail in Metal Building Design

When J.R. Brisson Equipment – a CASE Construction Equipment

News
August 25, 2021  

BC decides on George Massey Tunnel replacement

Province chooses eight-lane toll-free tunnel over bridge option.

News
August 19, 2021  

ULI Toronto hosting virtual tour of BAC North Tower

Get an insider’s view on Toronto’s newest landmark building.

News
August 16, 2021  

Orion Construction finds winning formula for Vancouver’s tight industrial market

“Buy land, they’re not making it anymore,” is a

Article
August 16, 2021  

Weighing the community benefits: CBAs offer promise, but implementation issues

Since time immemorial, people have built roads, bridges, fortifications

Article
August 16, 2021  

Learning from the Construction Act: Key takeaways for Alberta’s construction industry

It has been four years since Ontario introduced legislation

News
August 16, 2021  

Pomerleau to lead construction of new Lion Electric battery plant outside Montreal

Lion Electric Co. has tapped Quebec-based contractor Pomerleau to

News
August 16, 2021  

645 construction training spots available to those in Northern Ontario

The Ontario government says it will invest more than

News
August 16, 2021  

Trudeau says Canadians deserve a say at pivotal moment, triggers Sept. 20 election

OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pulled the plug Aug. 15

On Your Radar
August 10, 2021  

A CENTURY OF SUCCESS – Celebrating Black & McDonald’s 100-Year Legacy

From its origin in 1921 as a Toronto-based electrical

News
August 4, 2021  

Nominations open for 2nd annual Top 40 Under 40 in Canadian Construction

The Top 40 Under 40 in Canadian Construction is

News
August 4, 2021  

Forget one-size-fits-all: Why PPE built for women means safer working conditions

Canada is facing a major skilled trades shortage over