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July 31, 2018  

Is your infrastructure project on the map? Liberals face hurdles with transparency tool

OTTAWA—An online map laying out billions in infrastructure spending

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July 31, 2018  

Alberta threatens to end construction contract for Grande Prairie hospital

EDMONTON—The Alberta government is threatening to cancel the contract

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July 31, 2018  

Graham time-lapse video captures 22 million pounds of concrete poured over 20 hours

KINGSTON, Ont.—Graham Construction poured a staggering 22 million pounds

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July 30, 2018  

Highway, infrastructure upgrades underway at busy B.C. border crossing

ALDERGROVE, B.C.—A project to add more lanes as well

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July 30, 2018  

N.B. residents fight to save beloved “kissing bridges” from concrete or steel replacements

RIVERVIEW, N.B.—Raymond Boucher says if you haven’t shared a

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July 30, 2018  

$486M highway improvement project to link Quebec and N.L. receives federal funding

BAIE-COMEAU, Q.C.—A $486 million project to upgrade a winding

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July 27, 2018  

Restoration construction firm fined for boom tipping incident that left worker dead

TORONTO—An Ontario company has been fined $125,000 for a

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July 27, 2018  

Oilsands more optimistic on pipeline construction as energy industry outlook turns rosier

CALGARY—Higher oil prices and signs that pipelines will be

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July 26, 2018  

Ontario government introduces legislation to scrap cap-and-trade program

TORONTO—Ontario’s new Progressive Conservative government expects to spend up

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July 25, 2018  

Spending on non-residential construction inches up in second quarter

OTTAWA—Investment in non-residential building construction saw increases in two

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July 25, 2018  

$35M Iqaluit landfill redevelopment project receives federal contribution

IQALUIT—The federal government has put up more than $26.2

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July 25, 2018  

Amazon plans construction of another huge Ontario warehouse

CALEDON, Ont.—American tech giant Amazon is doubling down on

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July 25, 2018  

Get the most from your equipment: Avoid these three excavator pitfalls

Excavators have few issues navigating rough terrain, squeezing into

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July 24, 2018  

Construction 2.0: Technology is changing construction, the industry must change with it

The construction industry in Canada is experiencing a transformation.

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July 24, 2018  

With construction well underway, B.C. First Nations seek injunction to halt $11B Site C dam

VANCOUVER—A lawyer for First Nations aiming to stop work

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July 24, 2018  

Aecon picks CEO to replace Beck after takeover by Chinese firm blocked

TORONTO—Aecon Group Inc. is looking to chart a new

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July 23, 2018  

New infrastructure minister eyes ways to speed up Champlain bridge work

The bridge’s December deadline appears murkier as Francois-Philippe Champagne says he is not sure construction can be sped up enough to make up for lost time

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July 23, 2018  

Construction firm, equipment operator fined after worker run over by grader

HAMILTON, Ont.—A worker injury on a road construction site

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July 19, 2018  

Road rage: Albert roadbuilders feud with province over $500M deal involving B.C. firm

EDMONTON—A battle is revving up between the Alberta government

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July 18, 2018  

Trudeau shuffles cabinet, swapping out Sohi on infrastructure file

OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has unveiled his pre-election cabinet,