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March 31, 2016  

Cheaper to ‘taxi’ squirrels than build a bridge

The case of a “squirrel bridge” built four years

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March 30, 2016  

$3.5B Massey Tunnel replacement project gets support

There is strong public support to replace the Massey

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March 30, 2016  

US cement consumption to rise 3.4% this year

PCA downgrades its forecast

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March 30, 2016  

Hydro Ottawa fined over fatal accident

Hydro Ottawa has been convicted and ordered to pay

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March 29, 2016  

Walsh Canada part of team building Etobicoke hospital expansion

Etobicoke Healthcare Partnership is the preferred proponent to design,

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March 28, 2016  

Video: Concrete vs asphalt paving, which one wins?     

The Portland Cement Association recently released a new video

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March 24, 2016  

$23M to Guelph University to help rebuild Ontario Vet College

The University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College has received

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March 23, 2016  

Construction leaders applaud federal budget initiatives

New infrastructure commitments provide critical funding

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March 23, 2016  

Construction-related federal budget highlights

Here is a brief summary of some of the

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March 23, 2016  

‘Freedom Road’ construction costs rise $16.5M

The city of Winnipeg is due to decide this

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March 22, 2016  

EllisDon’s Gilbert Brulotte elected 2016 CCA Chair

The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) has appointed Gilbert Brulotte

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March 18, 2016  

BIM agencies join forces

Two groups driving the use of building information modeling

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March 17, 2016  

B.C. invests $40M in school infrastructure upgrades

British Columbia is investing $40 million to help upgrade

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March 17, 2016  

Saskatchewan construction employment drops

In the two-steps forward, one-step backward pattern of employment

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March 16, 2016  

Permits drop across Canada in January: StatsCan

Municipalities across Canada issued building permits worth $6.4 billion in

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March 16, 2016  

Saskatchewan companies busy with Regina Bypass work

Construction of the Regina Bypass continues on time and

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March 16, 2016  

Infrastructure funding given to 5 Nunavut projects

Five infrastructure projects have received joint federal funding under

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March 16, 2016  

Two-day equipment auction sets Alberta record

Ritchie Bros. sold more than 2,500 pieces of equipment

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March 15, 2016  

New National Energy Code for buildings

New buildings in Canada will become more energy efficient

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March 15, 2016  

Ground broken on first Eglinton Crosstown LRT station

Construction has begun on Keelesdale Station, the first of