Friday, March 17, 2023


District energy projects putting municipalities on path to net-zero

By Glenn Miller Making tangible progress on climate goals in a country as spread out and geographically diverse as Canada was always going to be...

SPONSORED: The Hydradig Tackles Construction’s Biggest Challenges

Nothing in construction happens overnight. It is almost always the result of long days, late nights, trial and error, more trials, and more errors,...

Rock Stars

Quebec quarry introduces new soil management model for construction industry By Mark Cardwell Urban environment expert David Garant isn’t surprised by the operational success of a...

Royal Inland Hospital: Just On Time

Despite numerous obstacles, Royal Inland Hospital’s new patient care tower was delivered on time When it comes to dealing with a pandemic, hospitals play a vital...

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Changes needed to outdated Canadian immigration policy: CCA 2023 Day Two

Immigration isn’t the silver bullet for solving construction labour shortages in Canada, but it sure could make a big difference, according to Patrick McManus,...

Procurement, trade infrastructure discussed at 2023 CCA Conference

The first day of the Canadian Construction Association's (CCA) annual conference in Tucson, Arizona offered up advice on collaborating with governments to help achieve...

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