Sunday, October 25, 2020


Did infrastructure promises sway B.C. election?

For the second time in as many months, a former minority government has turned to a majority thanks to a snap election in the...

Infrastructure a key focus of Saskatchewan election

As the October 26th election draws near, issues regarding infrastructure and construction continue to make headlines in Saskatchewan. It has primarily been two different approaches...

B.C. battles over infrastructure

B.C. Premier John Horgan is sending British Columbians to the polls in the country’s second COVID-19 election, trying to secure the majority that he...

Constructing the trade corridor

By Carroll McCormick Opening up Northern Quebec and removing a TransCanada Highway bottleneck are the goals of two ongoing improvement projects. About 440 kilometres east of...

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AECOM sells power construction business

AECOM, a leading infrastructure consulting firm, announced the closing of the sale of its power construction division to affiliates of CriticalPoint Capital (CPC), LLC. “The...

FCM elects new president, board of directors

The members of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) elected a new president and board of directors during its first-ever virtual annual general meeting...

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