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Construction continues to rebound in Quebec, B.C. and Ontario: Procore Construction Activity Index

Procore Technologies, Inc has published the latest worker hours report for the Canadian construction industry which showed construction activity during the COVID-19 pandemic continues to recover in Canada after an initial drop in the spring.

OHBA congratulates 2020 Awards of Distinction winners

For the first time, OHBA presented our 2020 Awards of Distinction virtually through our online event portal which featured networking opportunities, virtual booths, a play-to-win challenge, prizes and much more!

No new restrictions on construction activities under Manitoba lockdown

The Manitoba government moved the province to Code Red status on Nov. 10 as COVID cases spiked over the last week. The new restrictions are the harshest Manitobans have faced since March. However, the Winnipeg Construction Association is reporting no new measures for construction businesses, which are considered essential.
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What trades shortage?

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Don’t vent through the soffit

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