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January 31, 2021  

Work starts on $18M project to replace two overpasses outside Swift Current, Sask.

Construction has started on a pair of overpasses on

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January 30, 2021  

Manitoba looks for federal backing on $540M flood protection project

WINNIPEG—Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister is hoping to secure federal

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January 29, 2021  

Road to Ontario’s Ring of Fire region inches forward with environmental assessment

Two First Nations in Ontario’s remote north have selected

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January 29, 2021  

Tamara Vrooman to chair board of Canada Infrastructure Bank

OTTAWA—The federal government is naming the Tamara Vrooman, CEO

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January 28, 2021  

National Heavy Equipment Show rescheduled to 2022

The National Heavy Equipment Show has been pushed to

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January 28, 2021  

Six heavy construction software trends for 2021

While COVID-19 adds uncertainty and new challenges, the overall

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January 27, 2021  

Building materials start-up Nexii raises $33M to speed opening of B.C. plant

Vancouver-based start-up, Nexii Building Solutions Inc. has raised nearly

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January 27, 2021  

Nova Scotia to spend nearly $500 million this year on roads, highways and bridges

HALIFAX—Nova Scotia says it will spend nearly $500 million

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January 27, 2021  

A shift towards transparency – reducing uncertainty and risk

The world has changed dramatically over the last year.

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January 27, 2021  

Mississauga locks in $158M in funding for rapid transit corridor, other infrastructure

Mississauga, Ont. has secured $113.5 million from the federal

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January 26, 2021  

If Canada can survive four years of Trump, it can navigate the new Buy American: PM

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA—If Canada was able to navigate Donald

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January 25, 2021  

Despite local opposition, Ottawa signs off on $250M CN logistics hub in Milton, Ont.

The federal government has green-lit a major rail infrastructure

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January 23, 2021  

U.S., Canada have lots of common ground, Trudeau says, as Kenney demands action

WASHINGTON—Joe Biden’s White House has a lot in common

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January 22, 2021  

Kinetic, Yellowridge and Urban One in running to build $62M B.C. high school

The Cowichan Valley School District has shortlisted three contractors

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January 21, 2021  

Three build teams shortlisted for Port of Montreal container terminal project

The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) has pre-qualified three consortia

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January 20, 2021  

EllisDon to take on phase two of $1.35B Vancouver area hospital redevelopment

EllisDon has won the contract for the second phase

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January 20, 2021  

TC Energy cutting more than 1,000 Keystone XL construction jobs as work halted

CALGARY—TC Energy Corp. is planning to eliminate more than

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January 19, 2021  

Militano named president as Bockstael Construction plots leadership succession

Bockstael Construction is laying the groundwork for a future

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January 18, 2021  

Body of worker whose bulldozer fell through ice on tailings pond recovered

FORT MCMURRAY, Alta.—Oilpatch giant Suncor says the body of

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January 18, 2021  

Biden plans to rescind Keystone XL permit on Day 1, documents show

WASHINGTON—One of Joe Biden’s first actions once he becomes