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August 31, 2019  

Ontario rips up Ring of Fire deal with First Nations to pursue bilateral talks on road project

Ontario is ripping up an agreement with First Nations

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August 30, 2019  

Three tiers of government set aside $240M for 15 water infrastructure projects across B.C.

VANCOUVER—Federal, provincial and local governments are prying open their

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August 30, 2019  

Alberta regulator gives go-ahead for what would be largest solar project in Canada

CALGARY—Provincial regulators have approved a $500-million solar power project

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August 29, 2019  

Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan teams up with Alphabet, Sidewalk Labs on infrastructure

TORONTO—Google parent company Alphabet Inc. and affiliate Sidewalk Labs

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August 29, 2019  

$453M Manitoba to Minnesota power line project begins ahead of schedule

WINNIPEG—A $453-million Manitoba-Minnesota power transmission project has started ahead

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August 28, 2019  

Construction of $58M Alberta geothermal power facility moving ahead with backing from Ottawa

EDMONTON—A geothermal power project planned for northwest Alberta is

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August 28, 2019  

Canada’s busiest subway station to get overhaul as feds commit nearly $1.1B to two Toronto transit projects

The complex construction project will add another platform to the lower level of Bloor-Yonge Station to help tackle overcrowding

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August 27, 2019  

Flatiron to start work on $60M second phase of Ten Mile Slide stabilization project along B.C.’s Hwy. 99

LILLOOET, B.C.—Construction is scheduled to get underway shortly on

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August 26, 2019  

Ontario picks Mobilinx consortium to build $1.4 billion Hurontario LRT through Mississauga and Brampton

MISSISSAUGA—Infrastructure Ontario and provincial transit agency Metrolinx have picked

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August 26, 2019  

Concrete pump market gaining ground as cities grow upward, contractors see time and safety benefits

Cities across North America are on an upward trajectory,

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August 26, 2019  

Feds look to take next step to restore 100-year-old Quebec Bridge with storied, but troubled history

Still the longest clear span cantilever bridge in the world, the original structure collapsed twice during construction, killing dozens of workers

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August 24, 2019  

Saskatchewan First Nation, province face off over lack of airstrip funding after fatal crash

The chief of the Fond du Lac Denesuline First Nation accused the province of abandoning a commitment to improving its airport while funding similar upgrades in Moose Jaw. The province said the First Nation did not complete its application

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August 23, 2019  

Alberco wins $55M contract to build new bridge over North Saskatchewan River northeast of Edmonton

FORT SASKATCHEWAN, Alta.—The Alberta Ministry of Transportation has awarded

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August 22, 2019  

Controlled demolition levels remnants of Nanticoke, Ont. coal plant, once the largest in North America

In less than a minute, carefully placed charges safely brought down the nearly 500,000 sq. ft. facility

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August 22, 2019  

On notice: Contractors told to prepare to restart construction on Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

Construction firms have been given 30 days to hire workers, prepare detailed construction plans and mobilize equipment

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August 21, 2019  

Liberals unscathed by latest twist in SNC-Lavalin saga, poll indicates

A report last week from the ethics commissioner concluded Trudeau violated the Conflict of Interest Act when pressuring the former attorney general to halt criminal prosecution of the company

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August 20, 2019  

With election campaign looming, Trudeau makes $1.2B transit commitment to Quebec City

The infrastructure cash will help the city build a new 23-kilometre tramway line and let it join the ranks of Canadian urban centres modernizing their transit networks

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August 20, 2019  

City of Saskatoon works to get back $1M from fraudster posing as construction firm

SASKATOON—The City of Saskatoon may be getting back most

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August 19, 2019  

Work starts on new Corner Brook hospital; $750M project to last four years

CORNER BROOK, N.L.—Work trailers, crew and the big iron

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August 19, 2019  

Construction labour market comes back to life in July with addition of 25,000 jobs

The positive numbers mark just the second month the construction industry has added jobs this year