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October 31, 2018  

Contractors complete 70-metre high foundation for B.C.’s Site C hydro project

VANCOUVER—The foundation for Site C hydroelectric project has been

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October 30, 2018  

Inquiry begins into past SNC offshore activity; conviction could bar firm from federal work for 10 years

MONTREAL—A month-long preliminary inquiry into SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. kicked

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October 30, 2018  

Stringent use of written change orders risking construction delays, cost overruns

The Canadian engineering and construction industries often insist on

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October 26, 2018  

Aecon takes advantage of ‘robust’ infrastructure market to secure record backlog

TORONTO—Canadian construction firm Aecon Group Inc. has a built

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October 26, 2018  

Spending on non-residential construction increases for sixth-straight quarter

OTTAWA—The non-residential segment of the construction industry posted healthy

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October 26, 2018  

Air Canada, Terracap officially break ground on new maintenance facility at Edmonton airport

EDMONTON—Work is well underway on a new 50,000 sq.

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October 25, 2018  

In public infrastructure funding shake-up, Ontario strikes private sector deal for new GO train station

TORONTO—A private developer will foot the bill for major

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October 25, 2018  

Opening of Champlain Bridge delayed up to six months

Despite “significant” progress on construction, the six-kilometre span will not open Dec. 21

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October 24, 2018  

Steel relief? U.S. ‘might’ lift tariffs once new trade deal is signed, incoming Mexican minister says

OTTAWA—Mexico’s future foreign minister says he thinks biting U.S.

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October 24, 2018  

Cannabis in the workplace: We need an accurate measure of impairment

This article was originally published on The Conversation, an

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October 24, 2018  

Ontario PCs scrap $300M in provincial funding for construction of three new college campuses

TORONTO—Funding to expand three post-secondary campuses in Markham, Milton

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October 23, 2018  

32 metres beneath Toronto: A look underground at the Eglinton Crosstown’s deepest station

More than 100 feet under busy mid-town Toronto, construction crews are working 24 hours a day on the country’s biggest transit project

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October 23, 2018  

China opens massive 55-kilometre bridge linking Hong Kong to mainland

ZHUHAI, China—China opened the world’s longest sea-crossing bridge Oct.

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October 23, 2018  

Four small B.C. airports get a lift as federal government awards $9.5M for upgrades

NANAIMO, B.C.—Runways and taxiways at a pair of small

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October 22, 2018  

Ontario to hold inquest into circumstances behind 2009 Metron scaffolding collapse that killed four in Toronto

TORONTO—A coroner’s inquest has been called into a Toronto

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October 20, 2018  

Five tips for long-term savings on fleet maintenance

  Keeping maintenance costs down is imperative to being

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October 19, 2018  

Pomerleau, Alberici start work on new Molson Coors brewery in Longueuil, Que.

LONGUEUIL, Que.—Molson Coors has officially started work on a

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October 19, 2018  

500 workers sent home from Muskrat Falls job site; Nalcor blames pay trouble with contractor Astaldi

ST. JOHN’S, N.L.—Newfoundland and Labrador’s Crown-owned utility says it

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October 18, 2018  

Toronto construction company fined $325K after worker fatally pinned by steel casing

TORONTO—A Toronto-based heavy civil construction company was fined $325,000

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October 17, 2018  

Engineers investigate cause of fallen concrete that struck Toronto woman at Union Station

TORONTO—A woman in her 20s was struck and injured