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feature Construction
February 11, 2021  

From the editor… A president reverses the fortunes of Keystone XL, again

feature Construction
February 3, 2021  

The finalists for the 2020 Canadian Construction Photo Contest

feature Construction
February 3, 2021  

A view into 2020: A peek at job sites across the country

feature Software
January 20, 2021  

No going back: The abrupt turn to technology on job sites looks unstoppable

feature Risk Management Software
January 12, 2021  

The construction data journey: Start now!

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January 4, 2021  

Top 10 Canadian construction trends to watch in 2021

feature Software
December 17, 2020  

Giving it up: Contractors clinging to a familiar piece of software

feature Trucks
December 15, 2020  

On-Site’s 2021 Pick-Up Report

feature Construction Financing Infrastructure
December 14, 2020  

From the editor… Eager to build, but waiting to be shown the money

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December 9, 2020  

No clear trajectory: Uncertainty likely the only certainty for 2021

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December 3, 2020  

40 Under 40 in Canadian Construction

feature Law Risk Management
December 2, 2020  

Finding, fighting, and foiling fraud

feature Law Risk Management Software
October 26, 2020  

Fixing construction’s payment problem

feature Construction Construction Materials Risk Management Skills Development Software
October 15, 2020  

Staying at the forefront: How Canada’s Top Contractors are preparing for the job sites of the future

feature Risk Management
October 15, 2020  

Project loss insurance: Timely innovation in the face of economic uncertainty

feature Infrastructure
October 13, 2020  

Underpinning Eglinton: The complex process to add a platform beneath one of Toronto’s busiest subway stations