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November 30, 2018  

Canada signs onto new NAFTA despite lack of detente on steel, aluminum tariffs

Canadian officials had insisted Ottawa would not sign the deal unless the punitive tariffs were lifted, but ultimately Trudeau put pen to paper in a decision that could have long-term implications for construction

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November 30, 2018  

Growth to continue in Canadian rental industry; market to top US$6.3B by 2022, report says

MOLINE, Ill.—The Canadian rental market is expected to be

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November 30, 2018  

Alberta introduces bill on future infrastructure funding for Calgary, Edmonton

EDMONTON—A proposed new deal to fund municipal infrastructure in

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November 29, 2018  

Google affiliate Sidewalk Labs unveils more plans for high tech Toronto build project

TORONTO—Google affiliate Sidewalk Labs unveiled more details around its

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November 28, 2018  

TransCanada pushes to get Keystone XL pre-construction work back underway

HELENA, Mont.—The company that wants to build the Keystone

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November 28, 2018  

Danish logistics firm DSV officially breaks ground on 1.1 million sq. ft. warehouse in Milton, Ont.

MILTON, Ont.—The Canadian arm of Copehagen-based DSV Global Transport

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November 28, 2018  

Maple Leaf spending $660M to build new London, Ont. plant; construction to start next spring

MISSISSAUGA, Ont.—Construction of a sprawling new poultry plant in

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November 28, 2018  

Ottawa promises legislation to ensure federal contractors are paid promptly

OTTAWA—The federal government has vowed to enact prompt payment

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November 28, 2018  

Governments put up $33.6M for next phase of downtown Regina renewal project

REGINA—The second phase of a project to breathe new

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November 28, 2018  

On-Site Magazine’s 2018 Canadian Construction Photo Contest

On-Site’s 2018 Canadian Construction Photo Contest has come to

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November 26, 2018  

OPG sells Toronto’s Hearn power plant for $16M, sets off debate over value of waterfront site

TORONTO—Critics are calling for an independent appraisal of a

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November 24, 2018  

Safety board tells Champlain Bridge builders to provide clean toilets for workers

MONTREAL—The workers building the new $4.2-billion Champlain Bridge toil

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November 23, 2018  

Clark tapped to take over Alberta hospital project after Graham, province go their separate ways

The Grande Prairie hospital site became a battleground this summer as delays and cost overruns threatened the project

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November 23, 2018  

B.C. earmarks $1.1B to retrofit its stock of social housing

VICTORIA—British Columbia has set aside $1.1 billion over the

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November 22, 2018  

Ottawa responds to U.S. tax reform, offers construction industry help in form of faster equipment depreciation

The proposed tax changes unveiled by Ottawa this week should allow companies to free up capital and invest more in areas such as innovation

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November 21, 2018  

Planned multibillion-dollar Ontario high-speed rail project facing fresh Tory scrutiny

TORONTO—Ontario is considering alternatives to a planned multibillion-dollar high-speed

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November 21, 2018  

UPS spending $200M to build major new package hub outside Toronto

MISSISSAUGA, Ont.—United Parcel Service Inc. is committing $200 million

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November 21, 2018  

Penn-Co Construction wins $190M deal to build four new Manitoba schools, upgrade another

WINNIPEG—A Manitoba construction company has won a consolidated contract

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November 21, 2018  

Construction software firm PlanGrid bought by Autodesk for US$875M

SAN RAFAEL, Calif.—Autodesk Inc., an American software firm that

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November 20, 2018  

Alberta commits $600M to spur construction of petrochemical projects

EDMONTON—The Alberta government is expanding a royalty credit program