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EllisDon launches strategic collaboration report ahead of Mohawk College’s Joyce Centre for Partnership and Innovation grand opening

MISSISSAUGA, ON, May, 16, 2018 /CNW/ - Today, EllisDon launched 'The Journey to Net-Zero', a lessons-learned report for Mohawk College's Joyce Centre for Partnership and Innovation as the project nears completion. The industry report is a...

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Download the Report – The high cost of barriers to building new housing in Canadian municipalities

The cost of housing has been going through the roof in many parts of Canada. Most government policies have focused on curtailing the demand for housing, but they have not taken meaningful steps to increase housing supply. In any competitive...

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iPad saves Dallas construction firm $1.8 million annually

Dallas construction company Rogers-O'Brien started using iPads on sites for the last five years, reports Business Insider, in a project overseen by director of applied technology Todd Wynne. Out of the 340 employees working for the firm, 190...

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Family sues Manitoba Hydro and BBE Hydro Constructors over fatal remote worksite incident

When her husband became seriously ill at a remote Manitoba Hydro job site, Valerie Nabess Head assumed he’d be flown to the nearest hospital. But Joseph Head never made it. Her partner of 32 years died during the bumpy ambulance ride she...

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Toronto Central YMCA receives 2018 Prix du XXe siècle for architecture

OTTAWA, ON, May 16, 2018 – The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) and the National Trust for Canada announce the Toronto Central YMCA as the recipient of the 2018 Prix du XXe siècle, in recognition of enduring excellence and...

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LNG Canada committed to start construction on the $40 billion liquefied natural gas export project in Kitimat this year

The chief executive of the LNG Canada project on British Columbia's northern coast said on Tuesday that the company was committed to starting construction on the $40 billion liquefied natural gas export project this year. An investment decision...

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Becoming familiar with fire emergency procedures

Whether one owns or manages a building, the responsibility of identifying all potential risks for fires is a high priority. By far, the best line of defense to reduce injuries from fires is to prevent the fires from occurring in the first place....

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Hines and Tridel announce Aqualuna, the final phase of Bayside Toronto

TORONTO, May 15, 2018 /CNW/ - At a ceremony held earlier today for dignitaries, partners, development industry colleagues, community neighbours and members of the media, international real estate firm Hines, and Canada's leading condominium...

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SCSA Expands App, Explores Virtual Reality

REGINA, SK, May 10, 2018 – Today the SCSA is proud to make two announcements. First, in response to member feedback, five additional topics have been added to the Guide to OHS Legislation app that was released last September – Harassment;...

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Some Vancouver homeowners can’t afford the British Columbia property tax bump

Lynne Kent says owning a home in Vancouver that’s valued at $4 million isn’t the blessing it may appear to be. She and her husband are among a small group of homeowners in British Columbia facing a tax bump on homes assessed at over $3...

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Echo Barrier joins Multiquip for unrivaled network and international expansion

NEW YORK, May 14, 2018 /CNW/ -- Echo Barrier, leading international supplier of portable noise mitigation systems, is pleased to announce a partnership deal with Multiquip Inc. for distribution in the United...

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Eco-Flex introduces the Yukon Pad Plus Mat

Details: Size: 14′ L x 7'6'' W / 4.27 m x 2.29 m Thickness: 4.2″ / 0.11 m ( 3.2″ special order) Weight:  2500 lbs   / 1134kg  Handling Method: 4 Point Lifting Lugs Applications: Rig mats, Road mats, Access roads,...

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