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August 29, 2019

Controlled demolition levels remnants of Nanticoke, Ont. coal plant, once the largest in North America [WATCH]

The generating station took more than a decade to build, but in less than a minute, carefully placed charges safely brought down the nearly 500,000 sq. ft. facility

Canada’s busiest subway station to get overhaul as Ottawa commits nearly $1.1B to two Toronto transit projects

The complex construction project will add another platform to the lower level of Bloor-Yonge Station to help tackle overcrowding

Feds look to take next step to restore 100-year-old Quebec Bridge with storied, but troubled history

Still the longest clear span cantilever bridge in the world, the original structure collapsed twice during construction, killing dozens of workers


Small excavators go big: Compact job sites force contractors to do more with less

Mini and compact excavators are surging in popularity as advancements in technology have upped power output and enhanced performance » Read More

Saskatchewan First Nation, province face off over lack of airstrip funding after fatal crash

Fond du Lac Denesuline First Nation’s chief said the province abandoned improvements on the First Nation while approving similar upgrades in Moose Jaw. The province said the First Nation did not complete its application » Read More

Komatsu puts more track on the ground with new D155AX-8 LGP dozer

The new low ground pressure variant of the dozer delivers improved floatation and stability compared to its standard cousin » Read More

Cat introduces more than a dozen variants of new D3 Series skid steer, compact track loader

The 16 upgraded pieces of compact equipment are designed to deliver better performance and an enhanced in-cab experience for operators » 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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