Monday, November 28, 2022

Tag: RCCAO

RCCAO submits three construction priorities to federal government

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The Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario (RCCAO) is calling on the Federal Government to welcome more construction workers to Canada through immigration...

Doug Ford and Ontario PCs given second mandate with election victory

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Doug Ford and the Progressive Conservatives won a second majority by winning 83 of 124 seats in the Ontario Provincial election. The NDP formed official...

Vaughan Chamber of Commerce gathers leaders for discussion of transportation infrastructure

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The Vaughan Chamber of Commerce convened industry and government leaders for a Transportation Forum to discuss long-term infrastructure investment across the Greater Golden Horseshoe...

Industry group praises crucial reforms to Ontario’s utility locates system

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The Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario (RCCAO) welcomes the Ontario Government’s proposed changes introduced in Bill 93, Getting Ontario Connected Act, 2022,...

Job losses imminent without additional support to municipalities: RCCAO

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Municipal budgets continue to be battered by the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and if financial support is not provided, municipalities will be...

Investments in Ontario’s infrastructure pays dividends for everyone: RCCAO

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Providing necessary capital funding for municipalities to maintain critical infrastructure, and building the Bradford Bypass and Highway 413 transportation Corridor; these were the key...

Water Infrastructure: One Size Does Not Fit All

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For ReNew Canada’s recent Linear Water Infrastructure survey, engineers, and consultants from across the country weighed in to provide expert perspective on renewal options—mainly...

Ontario government reiterates support for plans to build Highway 413

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The Ontario government announced it is moving forward with building Highway 413, a new 400-series highway and transit corridor across Halton, Peel and York...

Groups praise investment into critical transportation infrastructure in Ontario

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Construction groups in Ontario welcomed the provincial government’s fall economic statement that focused on transportation infrastructure and skilled trades training. In its Build Ontario, the...

The Big Leak

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Massive amounts of drinking water are wasted due to leaky pipes. By Tamer El-Diraby and Nadia Todorova The extensive underground labyrinth of pipes that routinely bring...