Canadian Non-residential Construction Jumps in June
New construction starts in June increased 11 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $896.3 billion, reports Dodge Data & Analytics. This represents a second...
Canada Braces for Mass Construction Skills Shortage
Over 250,000 construction workers are expected to retire this decade.
Construction Union Says Program Abused for Cheap Labour
Program intended for workers beneficial to Canada is used to fill construction jobs at lower wages, says union study.
Canadian Arm of U.K. Carillion Files for Creditor Protection
Carillion Canada has been granted protection from creditors by the Ontario Superior Court under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act.
Calgary Condo Construction Activity Grows
November was the busiest month for construction starts on apartments in the Calgary area in more than two years.
Ontario’s New Construction Act
Adjudication is somewhat similar to a mandatory arbitration, with new and strict rules leading hopefully toward ‘prompt payment’ legislation under Ontario’s new Construction Act. Part II.1...
Almost 34,000 Positions Unfilled in Alberta
Employers are having a hard time filling jobs in Alberta, which could be another of sign of economic recovery in the province, according to the Canadian...
Happy Construction Starts With Ending Unhappy Site Preliminaries
By the time the builder arrives on site, you should already have your contract running smoothly for you.
London Tower Cladding was Changed to Cheaper Version
Cladding on the Greenfield Tower appears to have been changed during a renovation to reduce costs, according to media reports.
Further Job Losses Expected Across Alberta’s Construction Industry
As major projects wind down and the impact of lower oil prices persist, Alberta’s construction industry will shrink by up to 5,200 jobs through to 2019....