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Infrastructure Ontario outlines billions in capital plans

Market update reveals 31 projects in pre-procurement and procurement, and $20 billion in planned spending this year for schools, hospitals, highways, transit, and more.

Ontario presents $257-million case for science centre relocation

Move of the Ontario Science Centre to Ontario Place expected to save $257 million over next 50 years.

Construction sector adds workers in September

Despite having fewer available jobs, the number of workers in the sector rose, posting almost two per cent year-over-year growth.

From football to construction

Civil engineering firm ALI Excavation Group hires former Noir et Or head coach as representative and head recruiter.

We Want Your Photos! Enter On-Site's 2023 Photo Contest

The deadline to submit a shot for On-Site’s Canadian Construction Photo Contest may be over a month away, but there's no need to wait. Send your best shots in today!

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AI in Construction: Unleashing the potential of artificial intelligence

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$38 billion in lost revenue due to labour shortages

CFIB says Canadian small businesses in the construction sector are hardest hit when it comes to losing out on revenue opportunities. » Read More...


Dynapac compact paver

Designed to handle paving of a variety of surfaces, from walkways and bike paths to underground garages and alleys, the Dynapac F1250CS Plus compact paver is ideal for areas where high-quality results between 0.5 up to 3.5 m are needed. When paired with the optional RC 360 remote control, operators can position themselves wherever they want without being tied to dashboard controls. ... » Read More...


Compact track loader

The HT100V compact track loader from Hyundai Construction Equipment is powered by a 73.6 hp (54.9 kW), 2,400 rpm Tier 4 Final-compliant Hyundai engine designed to deliver minimal emissions while providing excellent fuel efficiency. The machine has a rated operating capacity of 3,285 lb. (1,490 kg) at 50 per cent tipping load, and has breakout force of 6,204 lbf (2,814 kgf) with the bucket, or 4,766 lbf (2,162 kgf) with the lift arm. ... » Read More...


World of Concrete

January 23-25, 2024 - Las Vegas Convention Center - 3150 Paradise Road Las Vegas, NV 89109 » Read More...

Canadian Concrete Expo

February 14-15, 2024 - International Centre - 6900 Airport Road, Mississauga, ON L4V 1E8 » Read More...

Canadian Construction Association Annual Conference

March 12-15, 2024 - Paradisus Palma Real Golf and Resort Spa - Av. Alemania, Punta Cana 23000, Dominican Republic » Read More...

Atlantic Heavy Equipment Show

March 27-28, 2024 - Moncton Coliseum Complex - 377 Killam Drive, Unit 100, Moncton, New Brunswick  E1C 3T1 » Read More...

National Heavy Equipment Show

April 11-12, 2024 - International Centre - 6900 Airport Road, Mississauga, Ontario  L4V 1E8 » Read More...