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May 31, 2019  

Younger generation gets chance to try out construction trades as industry stares down labour shortage

OTTAWA—For three days earlier this month, thousands of Ottawa-area

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May 31, 2019  

Two Ottawa construction firms, site supervisors fined for death of worker on condo project site

OTTAWA—Two construction companies as well as a site supervisor

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May 30, 2019  

Toronto thoroughfare earns ignominious title as worst road in Ontario

TORONTO—The voters have spoken… and there’s a new worst

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May 30, 2019  

Developer Brivia looks to lay claim to tallest residential tower in Montreal with 61-storey, $400M project

MONTREAL—A real estate development firm with several completed projects

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May 29, 2019  

12,000 Ontario plumbers, steamfitters on standby to strike, threatening construction work in province

WHITBY, Ont.—Plumbers and steamfitters are prepared to hit the

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May 29, 2019  

Judge rules SNC-Lavalin headed to trial on charges of fraud, corruption

MONTREAL—A Quebec judge has ruled that SNC-Lavalin Group Inc.

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May 29, 2019  

Casino and condos are out, but plenty on the table as province looks to redevelop Toronto’s Ontario Place

TORONTO—Ontario has ruled out a casino and condos at

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May 28, 2019  

Court rules B.C. can’t limit oil shipments in major blow for pipeline fight

VANCOUVER—British Columbia lost the largest tool in its toolbox

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May 28, 2019  

Construction of $125 million hydroelectric generating station in northern Quebec slated for 2020

MONTREAL—Partners of the Innavik project inked an agreement May

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May 28, 2019  

Nova Scotia’s 4,200 bridges need more monitoring: auditor general

HALIFAX—Nova Scotia’s auditor general says the province’s bridges must

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May 28, 2019  

PCL picks up construction management contract for $500M expansion of Calgary’s BMO Centre

CALGARY—The Calgary Municipal Land Corp. (CMLC) has selected a

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May 27, 2019  

Cross-Canada construction corridor concept getting dusted off ahead of election

The idea of a dedicated zone to build rail, power lines and pipelines has been kicked around for half a century. Fresh backing could mean big gains for construction

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May 26, 2019  

Ottawa allots $76M to replace sea dams, upgrade other water infrastructure in Surrey and Delta B.C.

SURREY, B.C.—Aiming to reduce the risks of coastal flooding

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May 25, 2019  

Feds, city spending $122M to kick-start major water infrastructure work in Kitchener, Ont.

KITCHENER, Ont.—Work on a series of water infrastructure projects

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May 24, 2019  

Minnich Manufacturing expands Canadian reach as next generation takes the reins

MANSFIELD, Ohio—Concrete equipment maker Minnich Manufacturing is expanding its

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May 24, 2019  

Plan for $447.5M hospital in Terrace, B.C. approved; province looking for contractor

TERRACE, B.C.—It’s “full speed ahead” for a project to

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May 22, 2019  

Broccolini pushes into Toronto market, preps for construction of 37-storey residential tower

TORONTO—Montreal-based developer Broccolini has set its sights on Toronto,

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May 22, 2019  

Three minutes to bust: Trump meeting with Dems on $2T infrastructure plan goes south in a flash

WASHINGTON—The curtains in the Cabinet Room were drawn. The

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May 22, 2019  

Pair of four-laning projects in Northern Ontario get $169.2M from feds

SUDBURY, Ont.—Two construction projects along Ontario’s Highway 69 have

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May 21, 2019  

Court orders Alberta to pay $13M to subcontractors working on issue-plagued Grande Prairie hospital

GRANDE PRAIRIE, Alta.—A court has ordered that nearly $13