On-Site Magazine


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

January 12, 2021  

Ontario issues stay at home order, closes non-essential construction

The Ontario government has issued a stay at home

January 5, 2021  

Quebec manufacturing, construction sectors warn against new lockdowns

MONTREAL—Quebec’s manufacturing and construction associations say there will be

January 4, 2021  

Top 10 Canadian construction trends to watch in 2021

After a turbulent 2020, which forced the industry to

December 7, 2020  

Delay claims: What documents do you really need?

Delay claims are becoming increasingly commonplace on construction projects

December 7, 2020  

Half of Ontario’s Greenbelt Council quits in wake of chair’s protest resignation

Half of the remaining members of Ontario’s Greenbelt Council

December 3, 2020  

40 Under 40 in Canadian Construction

  INNOVATION. DYNAMISM. TRADITION. There is no shortage of

December 2, 2020  

Finding, fighting, and foiling fraud

Your company cannot afford to ignore fraud. In Canada,

November 23, 2020  

Adjudication in Ontario: The industry’s first year under prompt payment

As required by provincial regulations, the Ontario Dispute Adjudication

October 26, 2020  

Fixing construction’s payment problem

In October of last year, Ontario became the first

October 23, 2020  

Alberta follows Ontario’s lead, tables prompt payment legislation

A year after legislation that set strict timelines for

October 6, 2020  

He said, she said: Issues with the enforcement of no-oral variation clauses

In construction contracts, particularly large, complex building contracts, modifications

August 20, 2020  

I hope they notice me: Enforceability of notice provisions in Alberta

It is a common feature of many construction contracts

July 8, 2020  

U.S. Supreme Court deals blow to Keystone oil pipeline project

BILLINGS, Mont.—The U.S. Supreme Court handed another setback to

June 1, 2020  

COVID-19: When is relief available for impossibility of performance?

On March 11, the World Health Organization made the

May 19, 2020  

Constructing in a COVID-19 world: Looking forward

The pandemic is expected to lead to lasting change for construction both on and off the job site

April 21, 2020  

Unanticipated site conditions and exclusionary clauses: Who is responsible?

A contractor’s ability to anticipate site conditions is critical

April 15, 2020  

New B.C. order clarifies it’s ‘business as usual’ under province’s Builders’ Lien Act

A new ministerial order in British Columbia has cleared

April 13, 2020  

Ontario amends COVID-19 emergency order preventing contractors, suppliers from getting holdback

Holdback typically makes up the bulk of a contractor’s operating capital. Not receiving it has caused serious cash flow problems across the industry