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April 4, 2019

SNC-Lavalin warned of U.S. move, slashing workforce if no plea deal, documents show

Under a "Plan B" scenario, the company would slash its Canadian workforce by more than 5,000 jobs and possibly even end operations in the country

Ontario's controversial Bill 66 to become law, big impact expected for construction markets in several cities

The controversial bill will reclassify certain cities as "non-construction" employers, opening the door for non-union contractors to bid on public jobs

Feds, B.C. earmark $121.4M for work on challenging 4.4-kilometre stretch of Trans-Canada Highway

The infrastructure dollars will pay for a four-laning project and new bridge on a picturesque segment of road between the town of Golden and Glacier National Park


Solar facility opens at former Ontario coal plant once the largest in North America

PCL oversaw construction on the solar facility after the Nanticoke plant’s 198-metre smokestacks were toppled last year. The old coal station’s powerhouse is slated to be torn down this September » Read More

Tallest U.S. dam that threatened collapse and required $1B fix put to the test after two years of repairs

The Oroville Dam north of San Francisco was built in the 1960s and stands 770-feet (235-meters) high. Its main spillway broke apart in 2017 as storms pummeled the area » Read More

Volvo CE high reach excavator offers versatility, power

The EC750E HR excavator reaches up to 118 feet and is capable of handling up to 8,000-pound tools. It can be reconfigured using extensions and different boom sets to become a multi-use demolition tool » Read More

Komatsu America Corp. unveils motor grader with focus on operator comfort

Equipped with an 218 HP, EPA Tier 4 Final engine, the GD655-7 motor grader features low-effort control levers, a steering wheel and steering lever, plus a series of cab upgrades » Read More

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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