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January 31, 2020  

Doosan Infracore adds new dealer in New Brunswick

Doosan Infracore North America has picked up a new

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January 29, 2020  

RFQ issued for Brampton, Ont. courthouse and Toronto bail centre renovation project

Infrastructure Ontario and the Ministry of the Attorney General

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January 29, 2020  

Pomerleau puts new ‘Spot’ construction robot to work, a world first

A construction project in Quebec has a unique new

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January 29, 2020  

Tories seek auditor general review of Liberal infrastructure plan

The Conservatives have harshly criticized the government’s plan for roads, bridges, transit and water systems slated to cost more than $180 billion over a decade

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January 28, 2020  

Supreme Court: Can a corporation be subjected to cruel and unusual punishment?

This article was originally published on The Conversation, an

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January 27, 2020  

Alberta jumps federal gun, will allow 12-storey wood buildings

Alberta won’t await changes to Canada’s national building code

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January 25, 2020  

Infrastructure Ontario chief Ehren Cory returning to private sector

Cory will stay on until the end of April to give IO ample time to find a replacement.

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January 24, 2020  

Equipment dealer Strongco to be bought by Portugal’s Nors

Portuguese equipment dealer Nors has struck an all-cash deal

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January 24, 2020  

SNC Lavalin recruits ex-Bombardier asset sales specialist to lead transformation

MONTREAL—SNC-Lavalin Inc. has recruited a former Bombardier executive who

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January 24, 2020  

‘Landmark’ Ottawa library inches toward construction as design revealed

A joint federal-municipal library project in Ottawa is one

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January 23, 2020  

SNC-Lavalin drops court challenge over bid for special agreement

OTTAWA—Montreal-based engineering firm SNC-Lavalin has ended its court challenge

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January 22, 2020  

Resolute Forest Products spending $27M to build cellulose filament plant at Quebec paper mill

MONTREAL—Resolute Forest Products Inc. says it will spend $27

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January 22, 2020  

Ottawa blames P3 partner as train shortage bedevils new transit line

OTTAWA—Riders on Ottawa’s problem-plagued light-rail system faced yet another

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January 22, 2020  

New job in green construction for former Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson

VANCOUVER—Former Vancouver mayor Gregor Robertson is lending his expertise

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January 21, 2020  

Huge development with 37 separate towers planned for downtown Mississauga, Ont.

The project will transform 130 acres of what today is mostly parking lot space into a sprawling neighbourhood home to some 35,000 people

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January 21, 2020  

Changing the lens to focus on whole life-cycle value

The construction market is responding to an increase in

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January 21, 2020  

Canam Group founders, Quebec investor group buying back Canadian operations of steelmaker

The deal comes less than three years after the company was taken private with the help of a U.S. private equity firm

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January 20, 2020  

Ontario invests $200M towards infrastructure in small northern communities

The Ontario government has announced a $200 million investment

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January 18, 2020  

Crews complete latest 60-metre addition to Calgary’s building-to-building bridge network

The biggest challenge on construction projects isn’t always the

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January 16, 2020  

Supreme Court dismisses B.C.’s appeal in Trans Mountain pipeline case

The decision puts another of the pipeline’s hurdles behind it. Construction is underway, though some barriers remain