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Partnership launch promotes a safer and more productive workplace for women

February 15, 2017 by Corinne Lynds

In construction, safety is not only a priority but a core value for all workers and employers, because everyone deserves to come home at the end of the workday. This value was reflected at a launch event on February 8,

Women are rapidly being recruited to fill the skilled trades job gap.
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Construction companies step up efforts to recruit more women

November 24, 2016 Danna O'Brien

Last January, 38-year-old Diane Logan did what she describes as a complete 180. After 10 years as a secretary, she traded in her office wear, layered up in two pairs of long johns, a parka and quilt-lined hardhat and headed out

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First Woman in Quebec awarded most prestigious title in sustainable construction

October 11, 2016 On-Site Magazine

At the recognition gala of the Greenbuild International Conference in Los Angeles, Josée Lupien – LEED AP BD+C & ID+C – was awarded the status of LEED Fellow. This title is the most prestigious distinction in the sustainable building industry.

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Ontario celebrates reopening of Women’s College Hospital

June 13, 2016 On-Site Magazine

Premier Kathleen Wynne helped mark the official reopening of Women’s College Hospital in downtown Toronto on June 10. Ontario has invested nearly $1 billion in the new hospital, which replaces existing, outdated buildings and consolidates most services in a single