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August 22, 2019

With election campaign looming, Trudeau makes $1.2B transit commitment to Quebec City

The infrastructure cash will help the city build a new 23-kilometre tramway line and let it join the ranks of major urban centres modernizing their transit networks

Northerners applaud funding for long-awaited road through Arctic tundra; costs could top $1B

Early plans for the all-weather road show it running between Yellowknife, N.W.T. and Nunavut’s central Arctic coast, a distance of about 700 kilometres

Liberals unscathed by latest twist in SNC-Lavalin saga, poll indicates

A report last week from the ethics commissioner concluded Trudeau violated the Conflict of Interest Act when pressuring the former attorney general to halt criminal prosecution of the company


City of Saskatoon works to get back $1M from fraudster posing as contractor

Staff paid the funds to someone impersonating the chief financial officer of Allan Construction, which has a contract with the city » Read More

Drilling down: Concrete cutting and coring equipment advances on the job site

Scarcely any structure can be built without concrete, meaning crews that cut, core and demolish concrete are always kept busy. Here are some of the latest tools making their jobs a bit easier » Read More

Mack Trucks introduces dynamic maintenance service to increase vehicle uptime

The service uses data from vehicle analytics to map out when maintenance is needed and replace traditional “set mileage’ service schedules » Read More

Deere introduces three new L-Series wheel loaders equipped for all-day operation

Bolstering operator comfort and productivity are two of the main goals of a trio of new production-class wheel loaders from the equipment manufacturer » Read More

WoodRise 2019

Date: Sept. 30 - Oct. 4
Location: Quebec City
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The Buildings Show

Date: Dec. 4-6
Location: Toronto
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