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March 7, 2019
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Challenge to B.C. union rules for major infrastructure projects heads to province’s supreme court

The province has begun putting the controversial Community Benefits Agreement in action on big-ticket public contracts. The construction groups challenging the framework call it “unfair, discriminatory and just plain wrong”

Aecon, EllisDon and Flatiron win major contracts for work on Calgary's ring road

A pair of jobs, worth a combined $552 million, will bring the city’s bypass route one contract away from completion. The province plans to issue an RFQ for the final leg in the coming days

Trudeau strikes more conciliatory tone after second minister resigns over SNC-Lavalin

Treasury Board President Jane Philpott joined Wilson Raybould in resigning from cabinet March 4, saying she has lost confidence in the government
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Trial needed for $125M Bondfield libel suit against the Globe and Mail, court says

The decision by the Court of Appeal sets aside an earlier ruling that dismissed Bondfield Construction’s lawsuit pre-trial. The dispute centres on a downtown Toronto hospital contract » Read More

Quebec Court of Appeal rules companies can suffer cruel and unusual punishment

In an oddball case involving a Quebec firm masquerading as a construction contractor, two of three justices ruled Canada’s Charter protects companies against overly cruel fines » Read More

Hitachi brings factory-installed Grade Guidance system to three excavator models

The manufacturer has worked with Topcon on the system, which offers a real-time display of distance-to-grade that helps operators reduce the amount of time it takes to reach final grade, while ensuring they don’t have to leave the cab » Read More

Ranger Design to launch Cargo + ladder rack

The ladder rack, to be released March 25, has a carrying capacity up to 300 lbs, and features a rolling bar at the rear allowing cargo to be slid onto the rack instead of physically lifted » Read More
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National Heavy Equipment Show

Date: March 28-29
Location: Mississauga, ON
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bauma 2019

Date: April 8-14
Location: Munich, Germany
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Canada North Resources Expo

Date: May 24-25
Location: South Prince George, BC
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