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News
January 11, 2021  

RFQ issued for $887M greenfield hospital project on Vancouver Island

Newly rebranded crown agency Infrastructure BC has issued a

News
January 7, 2021  

Company plans to build $107M fibre-optic cable from Newfoundland to Nunavut

IQALUIT, Nunavut—A Toronto-based company says it has plans to

News
January 7, 2021  

Partnerships BC rebrands as Infrastructure BC, reveals $22.9B project pipeline

The crown corporation that oversees procurement for major infrastructure,

Article
January 4, 2021  

Top 10 Canadian construction trends to watch in 2021

After a turbulent 2020, which forced the industry to

News
December 29, 2020  

B.C. lacks plans for rising seas, flooding: coastal adaptation researcher

VANCOUVER—Parts of British Columbia could see massive losses if

News
December 19, 2020  

Ottawa offers temporary debt relief for N.L.’s troubled Muskrat Falls project

ST. JOHN’S, N.L.—Ottawa is giving Newfoundland and Labrador temporary

News
December 18, 2020  

‘Build it and they will come’: Canada’s public transit looks to rebound from COVID

MONTREAL—The COVID-19 pandemic has led to massive declines in

News
December 17, 2020  

Three teams in the running to build south end of new Toronto subway line

The quickly evolving procurement process for the new Ontario

News
December 17, 2020  

Highway widening work tops province’s transportation plan for Northern Ontario

Highway widening projects on three key routes through Northern

News
December 16, 2020  

Canada must fight to retain talent after Biden enters White House, Macklem says

OTTAWA—Canadian governments must be ready to fight a potential

News
December 15, 2020  

Proposed extension to new Montreal REM would add 23 more stations, cost $10B

It will be at least another a year before

Article
December 14, 2020  

From the editor… Eager to build, but waiting to be shown the money

It won’t surprise anyone the outlook for Canada’s construction

News
December 11, 2020  

Nearly half of Nova Scotia’s $229.7M stimulus to go toward infrastructure

HALIFAX—The Nova Scotia government released details of its spending

News
December 10, 2020  

Five contractors shortlisted for Via Rail modernization work in Montreal, Toronto

Via Rail has shortlisted five contractors for modernization work

Article
December 9, 2020  

No clear trajectory: Uncertainty likely the only certainty for 2021

Someone with 20/20 vision, by definition, has normal eyesight

News
December 6, 2020  

Hydrogen’s future remains murky, with lack of infrastructure a major concern

CALGARY—It seems like a no-brainer to use clean-burning hydrogen

News
December 4, 2020  

Ontario to ‘lean into’ justice modernization after halting construction of courthouse

TORONTO—Ontario’s attorney general says that the COVID-19 pandemic has

Article
December 3, 2020  

40 Under 40 in Canadian Construction

  INNOVATION. DYNAMISM. TRADITION. There is no shortage of

News
December 2, 2020  

Spending too little worse than spending too much, Freeland says in fall update

OTTAWA—Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland’s first fall mini-budget finds new

News
November 26, 2020  

About one third of Ontario’s $265B in infrastructure assets in poor condition: FAO

TORONTO—Almost half of Ontario’s hospitals are in poor repair,