On-Site Magazine


September 3, 2021  

Stop or Go: The Role of Mandatory and Prohibitive Injunctions in Construction Projects

Managing relationships with critical suppliers is crucial for any

August 30, 2021  

Environmentalists win court battle to halt Surrey road construction

BC Supreme Court rules to stop a new road from being constructed in a park.

August 16, 2021  

Learning from the Construction Act: Key takeaways for Alberta’s construction industry

It has been four years since Ontario introduced legislation

August 4, 2021  

Is carbon-adjusted procurement coming to construction?

It seems there are more and more headlines covering

July 20, 2021  

Responding to COVID-19: Legal challenges for construction employers

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

July 11, 2021  

Quebec drops case against ex-construction tycoon, citing lack of resources

MONTREAL—The Crown has dropped its fraud case against a

June 30, 2021  

Payment Certificates – The Final Say?

Pentad Construction Inc. v. 2022988 Ontario Inc., a recent

June 24, 2021  

Why the Construction Act’s transition provisions are still important 3 years later

What is the deadline to register a lien? This

June 7, 2021  

Metrolinx, IO appeal court decision that sided with Eglinton Crosstown P3 team

Crown agencies Infrastructure Ontario and Metrolinx have appealed a

June 3, 2021  

The ins and outs of tendering: Fairness obligations in the absence of Contract A

Submitting a bid on a publicly owned construction project

April 24, 2021  

N.S. man gets community sentence for shooting Black co-worker with nail gun

PICTOU, N.S.—A Nova Scotia man who shot a young,

April 23, 2021  

Keeping the ‘good’ faith: Contract termination not as simple as complying with terms

The Supreme Court of Canada confirmed in 2014 that

March 30, 2021  

Keeping a lid on it: Managing your communication to effectively preserve privilege

Far before a construction project results in a dispute,

March 20, 2021  

States sue Biden in bid to revive Keystone XL pipeline

BILLINGS, Mont.—Attorneys general from 21 states sued to to

March 15, 2021  

Easy to be hard: Cruel and unusual punishment and corporations

Contractors and subcontractors in Quebec are familiar with the

February 18, 2021  

Project delay in the CCDC context

In March 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic forced Canadian provinces

February 17, 2021  

Tales from the trenches: Mentorship lessons learned

Over the course of my career, mentorship has been

February 10, 2021  

Ontario begins reopening, loosening restrictions for construction projects

Job sites not deemed essential under Ontario’s stay-at-home order

January 23, 2021  

U.S., Canada have lots of common ground, Trudeau says, as Kenney demands action

WASHINGTON—Joe Biden’s White House has a lot in common

January 13, 2021  

Ontario’s tighter rules allow builders to keep working on condos, other jobs

TORONTO—Ontario’s new COVID-19 emergency measures don’t prevent construction from