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September 30, 2019  

Amazon planning sprawling new warehouse in Toronto

TORONTO—Amazon is continuing its rapid scale-up of warehouse operations

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September 30, 2019  

Non-permanent construction materials and rental equipment: To lien or not to lien

A number of construction industry participants subscribe to the

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September 30, 2019  

Scheer pledges to scrap Infrastructure Bank if elected, accuses Liberals of botching spending

COQUITLAM, B.C.—Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is promising to prioritize

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September 28, 2019  

Marking the way to driverless cars? Ontario’s 407 ETR, 3M team up to test novel road tape

TORONTO—Though still very much at the test stage, driverless

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September 27, 2019  

Construction begins on $700 million residential development in Montreal, the city’s largest

Montreal’s skyline is about to get taller. On Sept.

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September 27, 2019  

China opens new Beijing airport with world’s largest terminal

BEIJING—President Xi Jinping on Sept. 25 inaugurated a second

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September 27, 2019  

Crews near finish line on $66M highway twinning project outside Saskatoon

A major road construction project southwest of Saskatoon is

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September 26, 2019  

Manulift extends reach in Toronto area, opens new operations centre in Stoney Creek, Ont.

Quebec-based lifting equipment dealer Manulift is scaling up its

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September 26, 2019  

EllisDon and PCL shortlisted for $1.9B Vancouver hospital project

Currently a sprawling parking lot, the site of the new hospital is one of the largest undeveloped plots of land left in Vancouver

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September 26, 2019  

New Brunswick starts work on $45M project to replace two bridges along key forestry route

Work to replace a pair of aging bridges on

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September 25, 2019  

Bustling Tim Hortons drive-thru straining road infrastructure in Fredericton

The troublesome drive-thru has divided officials over whether public funds should be used to improve local roads or if the business should foot the bill

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September 25, 2019  

Bird wins $140M contract to build new two-tower development in Halifax

MISSISSAUGA, Ont.—Bird Construction Inc. has won a new contract

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September 25, 2019  

Graham completes big concrete pour as work progresses on new Vancouver tower [WATCH]

VANCOUVER—After about two years of pre-construction, demolition and excavation

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September 24, 2019  

Nova Scotia hires two contractors to remove collapsed crane from Halifax building

HALIFAX—Days after declaring a localized state of emergency to

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September 24, 2019  

Hydro One spending $150M to build new grid control centre in Orillia, Ont.

ORILLIA, Ont.—After several years of uncertainty, Ontario utility Hydro

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September 24, 2019  

Halifax police looking for man who slashed traffic controller and drove off

Halifax police are searching for a man who cut

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September 23, 2019  

Federal leaders should face tough questions about Toronto’s smart city project

This article was originally published on The Conversation, an

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September 23, 2019  

The ‘proper invoice’: What parties to a construction project need to know

The new prompt payment provisions under section I.1 of

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September 19, 2019  

Molson Coors cuts the ribbon at new $300M Chilliwack, B.C. plant after three years of work

CHILLIWACK, B.C.—Construction is complete on a major new brewery

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September 18, 2019  

Ottawa’s opens new $2.1B light rail line after six years of construction

OTTAWA—After half a dozen years of construction and several