On-Site Magazine

Health & Safety

October 25, 2021  

News Roundup: Canada invokes treaty to quell pipeline dispute

A quick look at some of the latest happenings in the Canadian construction industry.

October 20, 2021  

News roundup: CSA Group explores asbestos-related issues

What’s going on in the Canadian construction industry lately?

October 12, 2021  

News Roundup: Summarizing smart buildings

A curated collection of recent developments in the Canadian construction industry.

October 8, 2021  

Ontario to reduce WSIB premiums

Move will allow construction companies to have more money to pour into making worksites safer.

On Your Radar
October 8, 2021  

Supporting the Trades During the Opioid Crisis

New resources to support employers and employees on workplace

September 27, 2021  

Construction worker killed in B.C.

One construction worker dead and one seriously injured in Vancouver Island incident.

September 25, 2021  

New long-term care building opens in Brampton

Ontario is spending big dollars to improve access to long-term care.

September 22, 2021  

CCA spells out vaccine policy

The Canadian Construction Association has taken a stance.

September 20, 2021  

Chandos is latest contractor to announce vaccination requirements

Company follows lead set by PCL and EllisDon.

September 16, 2021  

Canada’s big construction players announce vaccination requirements

PCL Construction and EllisDon will soon implement vaccination verification requirement programs.

September 8, 2021  

Guardian Angel could help save highway workers

This Canadian made device is designed to protect high-risk workers.

On Your Radar
August 31, 2021  

Tech Trajectory: Construction Plots Its Course

Canada’s leading contractors are making choices today that will dictate how the industry tackles projects throughout the 2020s and beyond.

August 27, 2021  

One presumed dead, one injured in collapse at B.C. construction site: RCMP

A portion of a building collapsed in North Vancouver.

August 9, 2021  

Saskatchewan contractor fined for worked killed on hospital job site in 2016

A Saskatchewan-based construction company has been hit with a

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

July 21, 2021  

Remains of toppled crane removed in Kelowna, B.C., most evacuations lifted

KELOWNA, B.C.—Evacuation orders have been lifted for all but

July 20, 2021  

Responding to COVID-19: Legal challenges for construction employers

It has been a rough couple of years. COVID-19

July 15, 2021  

Residents display high visibility safety gear to mourn victims of B.C. crane collapse

KELOWNA, B.C.—Photos of bright yellow and orange safety shirts

July 15, 2021  

Crane operators ‘no different than pilots’: Experts say crane safety top notch

HALIFAX—Structural engineering experts say that while the sight of

July 13, 2021  

Five dead after collapse of crane in Kelowna, B.C.

KELOWNA, B.C.—The body of a fifth man killed in