On-Site Magazine


June 15, 2020  

Brampton, Ont. plans construction of new electric bus maintenance facility; costs could top $325M

City council in the fast-growing Toronto suburb of Brampton

June 10, 2020  

Holding firm on pre-COVID infrastructure plans would benefit Ontario in long run, study says

With COVID-19 poised to greatly undercut government revenue in

June 2, 2020  

SaskPower to spend $100M on new logistics warehouse to consolidate operations in Regina area

Saskatchewan utility SaskPower has green-lit construction of a major

June 1, 2020  

Trudeau rushes out $2.2B in infrastructure funds to cash-strapped cities

Cities welcome the funding, but warn it won’t be sufficient to plug shortfalls caused by COVID-19

May 28, 2020  

Nova Scotia joins other provinces in infrastructure stimulus effort, adds $230M for ‘shovel-ready’ work

Nova Scotia is upping its capital spending plan for

May 16, 2020  

Quebec to inject $2.9 billion extra into infrastructure to help fuel economy

The Quebec government is adding $2.9 billion to its

May 7, 2020  

‘Booster-shot’ adds $2B to Saskatchewan’s infrastructure spending plan

Saskatchewan is tacking an extra $2 billion in infrastructure

April 27, 2020  

With Toronto transit costs ballooning, new report lays out strategies for keeping lid on spending

Transit construction costs have grown considerably since the city’s initial subway building boom, and inflation doesn’t account for it

April 21, 2020  

Why cost management is increasingly important in the construction and infrastructure sectors

The construction industry continues to undergo large-scale modernization efforts.

April 16, 2020  

B.C. issues RFQ for $116M hospital redevelopment project

Partnerships BC has issued a request for qualifications for

April 8, 2020  

Liberals asked to help cover overruns on projects delayed by COVID-19

Billions in infrastructure funding was slated to leave federal coffers to help pay for construction this spring and summer. Some of that work is now on hold

April 3, 2020  

Grassy Narrows signs deal with Ottawa for construction of $19.5M mercury poisoning treatment centre

OTTAWA—The federal government has signed an agreement with Grassy

March 25, 2020  

Alberta commits $50M to improvements along Hwy. 881

Alberta has set aside $50 million for a road

March 7, 2020  

Few approved oilsands projects stand to be built in near term: analysts

CALGARY—There are dozens of approved oilsands projects that could

February 21, 2020  

From the editor… A disconcerting lack of vision

When engineers in Toronto were laying out plans for

January 8, 2020  

Fluor, Kiewit win multibillion-dollar contract to build new petrochemical facility outside Edmonton

The Canadian and Kuwaiti companies developing a new multibillion-dollar

December 27, 2019  

Ontario auditor general to probe Hamilton light rail costs as questions about cancellation linger

TORONTO—Ontario’s auditor general will investigate the “reasonableness” of government

December 18, 2019  

2020 Construction Forecast: Positive momentum to continue, but industry needs to embrace change

A steady stream of building projects in most regions

October 30, 2019  

Toronto signs onto province’s nearly $30B GTA transit construction plan

TORONTO— The City of Toronto and the province of

October 22, 2019  

Liberals return with a minority government in Election 2019

OTTAWA— With results still trickling in early Tuesday, the