Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Tag: health care

Ontario allowing some construction to run 24 hours

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In response to the outbreak of COVID-19, Ontario is extending construction hours for essential construction projects, like critical projects in the health care sector,...

CBTU members donating protective gear to frontline workers

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Canada’s Building Trades Unions has announced a partnership with Canada’s Federation of Nurses Unions to donate extra N-95 respirator masks and other protective equipment...

Funding announced for new Prince Albert Hospital Project

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The Government of Saskatchewan has announced an investment of more than $300 million for the renewal and expansion of Prince Albert Victoria Hospital. The...

CBC Building demolition a key step for QEII redevelopment

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A tender to demolish the former CBC building on Bell Road was awarded to Asbestos Abatement Limited as part of the QEll New Generation...

Parking solution being explored for Regina General Hospital

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The provincial government has directed the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) to conduct a market sounding and gather information to determine the feasibility of a...

First phase of Red Deer hospital expansion annnounced

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The Alberta government is committing $100 million to begin expansion of the Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre. This capital funding is in addition to...

Corner Brook LTC reaches substantial completion

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Construction has been completed on the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador’s first public-private partnership project – the 145-bed long-term care home in Corner Brook. On...

New Zwozdesky Centre unveiled at Norwood

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The leading-edge Gene Zwozdesky Centre at Norwood will provide rehabilitative programs to help seniors and those in continuing care maintain their best quality of...

Alberta commits $137 million to Lougheed Centre expansion

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The Alberta Government is committing $137 million to build a larger emergency department and mental health units at Calgary’s Peter Lougheed Centre. This capital...

Construction of dialysis unit at Halifax Infirmary moving forward

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The Government of Nova Scotia has approved $5.98 million to add six more dialysis chairs at the Halifax Infirmary. As a result, 24 more...
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