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August 31, 2018  

Construction sector loses ground in June after strong showing in May

OTTAWA—Canada’s construction industry endured a small decline in June

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August 31, 2018  

Ottawa vows to push ahead with Trans Mountain construction after ruling leaves pipeline in limbo

Opponents cheered the court decision, but business groups, including contractor associations, said the halt will hurt workers and stifle investment in Canada

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August 30, 2018  

Report details allegations of racism, poor camp conditions on Manitoba hydro project

WINNIPEG—A week after reports surfaced of decades-old abuse on

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August 30, 2018  

Federal Court of Appeal to rule on Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

VANCOUVER—The Federal Court of Appeal is expected to release

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August 29, 2018  

N.S. spaceport project still on track for spring construction start as province seeks more info

HALIFAX—The head of a firm hoping to open Canada’s

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August 29, 2018  

Saskatoon contractor fined for worker injuring involving scissor lift that tumbled off trailer ramp

SASKATOON—Wright Construction Western Inc. was hit with a $70,000

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August 28, 2018  

Contractors challenge B.C.’s new hiring rules for infrastructure projects in court

VANCOUVER—The Independent Contractors and Business Association is asking the

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August 27, 2018  

Canadian roads would stretch to the Moon and back… nearly

OTTAWA—Cobble together all of Canada’s highways, arterials, local roads

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August 27, 2018  

Putting focus on job site technology, EllisDon to implement Fieldwire on all Canadian projects

The traditional clipboard, and other rudimentary jobsite tools like it, are living on borrowed time

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August 24, 2018  

Kiewit wins contract to build $180M Third Crossing Bridge in Kingston, Ont.

KINGSTON, Ont.—Early construction on a major new bridge over

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August 22, 2018  

Infrastructure Bank makes first investment, loaning Montreal REM project $1.3B

MONTREAL—The Canada Infrastructure Bank has announced its first, long

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August 22, 2018  

Report: Experts knew Genoa bridge had weakened 20 per cent months before it collapsed

GENOA, Italy—Engineering experts determined in February that corrosion of

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August 22, 2018  

Toronto’s aging water infrastructure, high density lead to issues with flooding

TORONTO—Steady rain and thunderstorm warnings in Toronto this week

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August 22, 2018  

Federal foot dragging on infrastructure investments jeopardizing Ontario economy, report says

Infrastructure spending as a percentage of the province’s GDP has declined or remained flat every year since 2010

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August 22, 2018  

Cranespotting: Toronto tops North American rivals

TORONTO—The skyline of Canada’s most populous city has changed

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August 20, 2018  

Ottawa invests $42M to repair, restore Nova Scotia craft harbours

HALIFAX—Ottawa is spending $42 million on 27 small craft

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August 17, 2018  

NEB allows Trans Mountain to begin construction on parts of pipeline expansion

CALGARY—The National Energy Board says Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC

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August 17, 2018  

Bird picked to build nine new provincial police facilities across Ontario

MISSISSAUGA, Ont.—Infrastructure Ontario has tapped a consortium headed by

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August 17, 2018  

Construction starts on new $30.1M Regina transit maintenance facility

REGINA—Work is underway on a new bus maintenance facility

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August 16, 2018  

Feds firm up infrastructure agreement with P.E.I., near finish line on provincial funding deals

CHARLOTTETOWN—Ottawa and Prince Edward Island have inked a bilateral