On-Site Magazine


January 10, 2022  

Construction gains help improve employment figures

Significant rise in construction sector jobs boosts employment in December.

January 4, 2022  

Changes hit several Ontario Acts

New year brings legislation and regulatory changes to Ontario.

December 9, 2021  

Post-secondary progress in motion in Alberta

Key training initiatives aiming to provide Albertans with in-demand skills and knowledge.

December 6, 2021  

OGCA targets labour shortages in ICI construction

Report puts a focus on attracting project managers and site supervisors, two in-demand ICI jobs.

October 15, 2021  

Ontario offering free skilled trades guidance for immigrants

Province is investing over $900,000 to help 900 new immigrants enter skilled trades careers.

September 30, 2021  

Opinion: Are CBAs as effective as advertised?

The Independent Contractors and Businesses Association has a thing or two to add to the discussion about community benefits agreements.

September 13, 2021  

News roundup: Pedestrian problems

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

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 16, 2021  

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

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

August 11, 2021  

Despite pandemic, women carved out slightly larger role in construction last year

The COVID-19 pandemic kept construction crews off sites last

August 6, 2021  

Construction employment dips slightly lower in July

The construction labour market posted another lackluster performance in

July 10, 2021  

Canadian job market picks back up in June, but construction employment falls

Construction job losses in June have set the industry’s

June 5, 2021  

Closure of non-essential construction in Ontario leads to May job losses

Canada’s construction industry shed 15,900 jobs in May, with

May 7, 2021  

Construction labour market slips in April after months of strong gains

The construction industry’s labour market snapped a three-month winning

May 6, 2021  

Ontario firms up plan to replace Ontario College of Trades with new Crown agency

The Ontario government is following through on an earlier

April 19, 2021  

From the editor… Finding another gear

Caught in the COVID-19 doldrums a year ago, with

April 19, 2021  

Prompt firings, denunciations follow job site stripper incident in Milton, Ont.

Several Ontario construction workers have been fired after a

April 16, 2021  

Alberta looks to expand apprenticeship system beyond traditional skilled trades

Alberta has introduced legislation to overhaul governance of the

April 9, 2021  

Construction jobs market gains again in March, closing in on pre-pandemic level

Employment in the Canadian construction industry is back within

March 30, 2021  

New recruitment portal, focused on Canadian construction, launches

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