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May 9, 2019
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Top SNC-Lavalin executives ponder company break up at private sitdown

The spinning off of a number of worldwide assets is one of the "Plan B" scenarios the company is weighing as it faces a potential criminal conviction. Moving its headquarters to the U.S. is another

Canada can deliver big projects, Morneau insists, pointing to $40B LNG export terminal

Between pipeline construction delays and the slow rollout of infrastructure dollars, critics are questioning the Liberal government’s ability to grant approvals and get shovels in the ground

Crews target late 2020 for completion of long-delayed $823M revamp of Toronto’s Union Station

The new timeline puts the project about five full years behind schedule. Work included complex excavation and staged closures to ensure the rail terminal could continue ferrying hundreds of thousands of passengers each day

On-Site extends deadline for 2019 Top Contractors survey. Make sure your company is on the list!

There’s still one final week to be a part of our definitive annual report. Take the survey by May 17 to ensure you claim your place in the Top 40
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New Alberta environment minister shoots down Bighorn parks proposal planned by previous government

The NDP plan would have set aside large areas on the eastern edges of Banff and Jasper national parks and seen $40 million spent on infrastructure over four years » Read More

Ontario introduces Toronto subway upload bill, while critics say the move will only derail transit construction

The province claims it taking control of the city’s transit system will speed up and lower costs for infrastructure construction. Opponents see it as little more than a “hostile takeover” » Read More

Hitachi introduces new EX1200-7 with enhanced, engine, hydraulics and in-cab comfort

The machine is designed for increased reliability and durability. It also boasts hydraulic system improvements and a flow regeneration valve to bolster efficiency » Read More

Doosan expands mini excavator lineup

Doosan Infracore has introduced three models to its mini excavator lineup: the DX35-5, DX42-5 and DX50-5, weighing 3.5-, 4- and 5-tons, respectively » Read More

Canada North Resources Expo

Date: May 24-25
Location: Prince George, B.C.
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Building Lasting Change 2019

Date: May 28-30
Location: Vancouver, B.C.
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WoodRise 2019

Date: Sept. 30 - Oct. 4
Location: Quebec City
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