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News
March 25, 2020  

Alberta commits $50M to improvements along Hwy. 881

Alberta has set aside $50 million for a road

News
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

Article
February 21, 2020  

From the editor… A disconcerting lack of vision

When engineers in Toronto were laying out plans for

News
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

News
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

Article
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

News
October 30, 2019  

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

TORONTO— The City of Toronto and the province of

News
October 22, 2019  

Liberals return with a minority government in Election 2019

OTTAWA— With results still trickling in early Tuesday, the

News
October 18, 2019  

Ontario drops plan to upload Toronto subway as city supports Ford plan

TORONTO— Ontario has dropped its bid to take control of

News
October 10, 2019  

Scheer pledges federal support for Toronto’s Ontario Line and Yonge Subway Extension

TORONTO—Federal Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer announced his party’s commitment

Article
October 9, 2019  

Rising waters: Canadian communities counter worsening storms with fresh infrastructure work

When it rains in Canada these days, it pours.

News
September 30, 2019  

Amazon planning sprawling new warehouse in Toronto

TORONTO—Amazon is continuing its rapid scale-up of warehouse operations

News
September 30, 2019  

Scheer pledges to scrap Infrastructure Bank if elected, accuses Liberals of botching spending

COQUITLAM, B.C.—Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is promising to prioritize

News
September 13, 2019  

Feds backing construction of new cargo warehouse at Winnipeg airport with $30.4M in funding

WINNIPEG—Construction of a new cargo warehouse at Winnipeg’s James

News
September 10, 2019  

Feds spending $153.7M on new bridge, rail infrastructure and port facilities in Prince Rupert, B.C.

PRINCE RUPERT, B.C.—Three infrastructure projects on Canada’s West Coast,

News
September 9, 2019  

Ontario proposes deal to build $126M French language university

TORONTO—Ontario has secured half of the funding for a

News
August 30, 2019  

Three tiers of government set aside $240M for 15 water infrastructure projects across B.C.

VANCOUVER—Federal, provincial and local governments are prying open their

News
August 24, 2019  

Saskatchewan First Nation, province face off over lack of airstrip funding after fatal crash

The chief of the Fond du Lac Denesuline First Nation accused the province of abandoning a commitment to improving its airport while funding similar upgrades in Moose Jaw. The province said the First Nation did not complete its application

Article
August 21, 2019  

Getting on track: Urban transit projects roar to life, creating opportunity for Canada’s construction sector

Working in tandem along a stretch of highway in

News
August 16, 2019  

Infrastructure Bank to work with Port of Montreal on financing new terminal

MONTREAL—The Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) has pledged to work