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June 29, 2018  

Construction continues on costly Muskrat Falls dam as power transmission link to Newfoundland opens

ST. JOHN’S, N.L.—An historic milestone was recognized June 27

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June 28, 2018  

Competition Bureau lays criminal bid-rigging charges related to almost two dozen Gatineau, Que. contracts

OTTAWA—The Competition Bureau says criminal charges have been laid

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June 28, 2018  

Orangeville, Ont. construction company fined $60K after worker injured in flash fire

ORANGEVILLE, Ont.—Construction company Roto-Mill Inc. has been fined $60,000

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June 28, 2018  

Gordie Howe bridge overseer picks new CEO, plans to start construction this fall

OTTAWA—Official construction on the new bridge connecting Windsor, Ont.

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June 28, 2018  

A double-decker highway: Board of Trade pitches novel solution to Toronto gridlock

TORONTO—A vertical expansion of Highway 401 near Toronto Pearson

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June 27, 2018  

Crews cap $16M renovation of CN Tower, 42 years after it first opened

TORONTO—Crews have completed work on the largest makeover of

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June 27, 2018  

Quebec crane operators return to work after ‘illegal’ one-week strike

MONTREAL—Thousands of crane operators returned to work June 26

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June 26, 2018  

Quebec construction mogul Tony Accurso found guilty of fraud, other charges

LAVAL, Que.—A jury has found Quebec construction magnate Tony

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June 26, 2018  

Project to pave 126-km stretch of Trans Labrador Highway gets $64.5M in provincial, federal funds

HAPPY VALLEY-GOOSE BAY, N.L.—The years-long project to pave the

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June 25, 2018  

NEB approves modified Burnaby Terminal plans for Trans Mountain project, clearing way for construction to start

CALGARY—The National Energy Board says it has approved modified

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June 25, 2018  

Feds invest $167M to bolster infrastructure in and around Port of Vancouver

VANCOUVER—Work on a series of road and rail projects

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June 22, 2018  

Liberals set hiring, procurement stipulations for federally funded projects

The so-called community benefits program aims to give Indigenous Peoples, veterans and recent immigrants a larger stake in Ottawa’s major infrastructure spending plan

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June 22, 2018  

Ambassador Bridge company ad urges Trump to block new Gordie Howe bridge on ‘America first’ grounds

WINDSOR, Ont.—In a transparent appeal to the increasingly pervasive

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June 22, 2018  

Worker rescued by firefighters after Oshawa, Ont. construction accident dies of injuries

OSHAWA, Ont.—The Ministry of Labour says a worker who

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 22, 2018  

Pomerleau gets $50M investment from pension fund Caisse to carry out growth plan

MONTREAL—Pension fund manager La Caisse de dépôt et placement

News
June 20, 2018  

55 storeys underground, construction crews, tunnellers tackle tricky plumbing problem

NEWBURGH, N.Y.—New York City is in the midst of

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June 20, 2018  

TransCanada awards $2.8B in contracts to deliver natural gas pipeline for proposed LNG facility

VANCOUVER—TransCanada Corporation has conditionally awarded four contracts totalling $2.8

News
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 20, 2018  

Oshawa, Ont. construction worker pinned down in trench rescued by firefighters

OSHAWA, Ont.—A construction worker pinned down by heavy machinery