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Labour

News
June 22, 2018  

Quebec crane operators continue strike despite order to return to work

Many of the province’s nearly 2,000 crane operators walked off the job earlier this week, disrupting work at job sites across Quebec

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June 20, 2018  

Quebec premier urges crane operators back to work as ‘illegal’ strike continues

MONTREAL—Premier Philippe Couillard warned Quebec’s crane operators June 19

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June 8, 2018  

Construction industry hits second monthly decline with 13K job losses

OTTAWA—Construction employment has dipped for the second consecutive month,

News
May 29, 2018  

Sudbury, Ont. contractor fined $50K after worker injured in fall

THUNDER BAY, Ont.—A northern Ontario contractor has been handed

News
May 11, 2018  

Canadian construction industry sheds 19,000 jobs in April

Despite the monthly decline, employment in the industry is up 2.3 per cent from the same time last year

News
May 11, 2018  

Alberta ads tie Trans Mountain pipeline construction to increased jobs

ALBERTA—The Alberta government has launched a $1.29 million national

News
May 11, 2018  

Manitoba introduces bill to end forced unionization on construction projects

MANITOBA—The Manitoba government has tabled a bill to eliminate

News
May 9, 2018  

Minimum wage act passes in Ontario

ONTARIO—Ontario has passed minimum wage legislation, introduced in April,

News
April 24, 2018  

Ontario introduces minimum pay-rate legislation for contractors

Legislation to establish minimum pay rates for Ontario private-sector

News
April 16, 2018  

Trade contractors summit held on federal, provincial prompt payment

Trade contractors and associations from across Canada came together

News
April 16, 2018  

Changes to Ontario Labour Relations Act could impact worker rights: LiUNA

Amendments to Ontario’s Labour Relations Act could see over

News
February 21, 2018  

PCL Constructors names new director of business development

Terry Olynyk is the new director of business development

News
February 5, 2018  

250,000 construction workers to retire this decade

Over 250,000 construction workers are expected to retire this

News
January 16, 2018  

UK state contractor collapses in liquidation, putting 6,000 Canadian jobs at risk

LONDON–One of the British state’s biggest contractors collapsed Monday,

News
December 8, 2017  

Small business gives Canada Revenue Agency a ‘C’

The majority of small businesses say Canada Revenue Agency’s

News
December 6, 2017  

Young Construction Group strives to improve community

Ottawa – PCL’s members of Ottawa’s Young Construction Leaders (OYCL) were

News
November 15, 2017  

Alberta Premier to promote importance of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

The Conference Board of Canada estimates the Trans Mountain

News
August 24, 2017  

RFQs issued for Lakeshore East – Central Corridor Expansion project

TORONTO – Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Metrolinx have issued a

News
June 27, 2017  

PCL celebrates 40 years of employee ownership

PCL has a rich history—one that has withstood the

News
May 31, 2017  

More projects, more opportunity: Saskatchewan budget sets new high for capital spending

SASKATCHEWAN – The focus of this year’s provincial budget is