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March 29, 2019  

SNC-Lavalin warned of U.S. move, slashing workforce if no plea deal, documents show

Under a “Plan B” scenario, the company would have slashed its Canadian workforce by more than 5,000 jobs and possibly even ended operations in the country

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March 26, 2019  

Spotlight: On-Site rounds-up praiseworthy entries from 2018 photo contest

On-Site unveiled the winning picture and runner-ups for our

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March 26, 2019  

Stuart Olson books $120M in new contracts after tough end to 2018

CALGARY—Stuart Olson Inc. has disclosed well over a hundred

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March 26, 2019  

SNC-Lavalin backtracks on CEO’s comments surrounding potential job losses

MONTREAL—SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. is walking back a statement by

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March 26, 2019  

PCL partners with Edmonton machine learning firm AltaML in latest drive into artificial intelligence

Edmonton—PCL Construction is taking another step into the disruptive

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March 25, 2019  

Billionaire couple’s $100M donation to UofT to kick-start construction of major new complex in downtown Toronto

TORONTO—One of Canada’s richest families is giving $100 million

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March 25, 2019  

Notley, Kenney pledge to back Calgary flood protection infrastructure in lead-up to Alberta election

CALGARY—NDP Leader Rachel Notley pledged more flood protection for

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March 24, 2019  

Equipment transport firm fined for float trailer overturn that killed Brampton, Ont. worker in 2013

BRAMPTON, Ont.—A Toronto-area company that specializes in transporting heavy

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March 23, 2019  

Citing budget pressures, Metrolinx scales back Hurontario LRT

TORONTO—Ontario transit agency Metrolinx has revised the route of

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March 22, 2019  

Work camp builder Horizon North moves further into modular construction with Ontario acquisition

CALGARY—Horizon North Logistics Inc., an Alberta-based firm best know

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March 20, 2019  

Federal budget promises millions to promote skilled trades, outlines funding for job training programs

OTTAWA—The federal government unveiled a series of new budgetary

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March 20, 2019  

SNC-Lavalin CEO says he never cited job losses in push for remediation agreement

TORONTO—The chief executive of SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. says he

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March 20, 2019  

N.S. to spend another $22.3 million on ferry including renos to Maine terminal

HALIFAX—The Nova Scotia government says it will fund renovations

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March 20, 2019  

In pre-election budget, Liberals look to speed up infrastructure spending by offing cash directly to cities

The $2.2 billion in extra funding is designed to pay for roads, bridges, water systems and other local infrastructure

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March 19, 2019  

Alberta spending $478M to add lanes, upgrade interchanges on busy Deerfoot Trail

CALGARY—Upgrades are coming to a stretch of Alberta Highway

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March 19, 2019  

Ontario contractors predict busy 2019 construction season despite labour, political challenges

TORONTO—With an grueling construction season in the rearview, contractors

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March 19, 2019  

Liberal-dominated justice committee ends SNC-Lavalin probe amid opposition howls

OTTAWA—The Liberal-dominated justice committee of the House of Commons

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March 19, 2019  

Canada’s new tax rules: A game changer for construction companies looking for improved performance and productivity

The 2017 changes to U.S. tax law set Canada’s

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March 18, 2019  

Aecon, Graham and Broccolini among On-Site’s Construction Photo Contest finalists

From transit infrastructure and bridge construction, to residential and

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March 18, 2019  

RAM 1500 ages like a fine wine

While RAM, which at the time was still a