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January 31, 2019  

Nova Scotia Highway 104 twinning project gets environmental nod from province

HALIFAX—The environmental assessment of a plan to twin a

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January 30, 2019  

A new Canadian city flirts with the dream: heated downtown sidewalks

ST. JOHN’S, N.L.—A winter-weary city councillor in St. John’s,

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January 30, 2019  

SNC-Lavalin mulls retreat from Saudi Arabia amid deepening diplomatic row

MONTREAL —The head of SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. said ongoing

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January 29, 2019  

Some provinces creating challenges for infrastructure projects: Trudeau

OTTAWA—Unco-operative provincial governments have been making the effort to

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January 28, 2019  

Ontario man edges out the competition to win ‘Super Bowl’ of masonry at World of Concrete

LAS VEGAS—A 30-year-old mason from Hamilton, Ont. spent 60

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January 28, 2019  

Alberta commits $33M in funding to construct Leduc interchange

LEDUC, Alta.—The Alberta government has chipped in $33 million

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January 28, 2019  

‘Low-value’ construction projects delayed approval process, roll-out of federal infrastructure dollars, internal documents say

OTTAWA—A large number of small construction transit and water

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January 28, 2019  

Infrastructure Bank narrows gaze to more than a dozen projects, CEO says

OTTAWA—The federal agency built to find new ways to

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January 25, 2019  

Reported mobster, real estate developer shot dead in Montreal

MONTREAL—A real estate developer known for his ties to

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January 25, 2019  

Looking down: Toronto remains comfortably on top in latest North American construction crane count

A voracious appetite for new towers has allowed Toronto to extend its lead over its North American rivals in the key construction indicator

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January 24, 2019  

Anti-corruption squad arrests former head of Montreal construction trade school

MONTREAL—The former head of a Montreal construction trade school

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January 24, 2019  

Business association hands out mock red tape ‘award’ to B.C. for union rules on public construction projects

TORONTO—British Columbia’s new framework for public infrastructure projects made

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January 23, 2019  

Building investment dips in November with declines in majority of provinces

OTTAWA—Investment in building construction dipped in November, with both

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January 23, 2019  

Alberta government to partially backstop construction of $2 billion bitumen upgrader

CALGARY—The Alberta government is providing a $440-million loan guarantee

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January 23, 2019  

Payback: U.K. construction worker wrecks hotel lobby with mini excavator in viral video

LIVERPOOL, England—A disgruntled worker wrecked the lobby of an

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January 21, 2019  

Alberta unveils first construction project under $1.6B plan to upgrade heavy load road network

ACHESON, Alta.—Weeks after the heaviest-ever splitter began its four-day

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January 21, 2019  

Almost non-existent a decade ago, tall timber towers taking root across Canada

Defying the skeptics, towers that use cross-laminated timber are digging in in cities such as Vancouver and Toronto, with more to come

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January 21, 2019  

Alberta NDP warn opposition eying road tolls as infrastructure looms large in spring election

EDMONTON—Premier Rachel Notley says Opposition Leader Jason Kenney’s plan

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January 18, 2019  

Canada’s Arctic infrastructure must be fortified against climate change, study says

The analysis shows vital infrastructure to the northern coast is under threat as temperatures rise and the permafrost supporting roads retreats

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January 18, 2019  

Former exec at engineering firm Dessau gets 12 months for rigging Quebec infrastructure bids

OTTAWA—The Competition Bureau says a former executive of Quebec