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The impending shortage: Canadian construction industry has 300,000 jobs to fill over next decade

A huge cohort of retirees, plus a small uptick in the demand for Canadian construction workers over the next 10 years will leave the industry with hundreds of thousands of jobs to fill by 2028

Toronto signs onto province’s nearly $30B GTA transit construction plan

Ending a months-long standoff, the two levels of government are now working to get four new or extended transit lines built over the next decade

Construction industry prepares for new prompt payment, adjudication rules expected to bring ‘profound’ change

Ontario’s prompt payment and adjudication regime came into force Oct. 1. Similar changes are expected to reach other provinces in the coming years

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

The piece of legislation cleared the province’s legislature in April. Several cities may still see ramifications
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On the Perimeter: Major Winnipeg project brings concrete solution to longstanding bottleneck

One of the busiest junctions in Manitoba has been a pain point for years. This complex paving project solved the long standing issue » Read More

The road north: Building through the most inhospitable terrain and harshest conditions Canada has to offer

The year-round gravel road from Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories linked Canada’s three coastlines 150 years after Confederation » Read More

B.C. begins procurement process for final stage of costly Kicking Horse Canyon highway project

Widening the Trans-Canada Highway through a narrow pass in the Rocky Mountains is expected to cost about $125 million per kilometre » Read More

Work starts on major Ontario rail project that requires tunnelling under 21 lanes of Hwy. 401 interchange

For the next two years, crews will be digging a pair of tunnels under Canada’s busiest highway at what’s nearly its widest point » Read More

Pettibone enters mobile elevating work platform market

The company is immediately debuting a total of 13 models with work heights ranging from 18.4 to 46 feet » Read More

Volvo Truck introduces new electric concept for construction, other heavy applications

The manufacturer recently started selling an electric truck designed for urban transportation. A new concept aims to take the company even further into the growing markets for electrics » Read More

Canadian Concrete Expo

Date: Jan. 22-23
Location: Mississauga, Ont.
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World of Concrete

Date: Feb. 4-7
Location: Las Vegas
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Date: March 10-14
Location: Las Vegas
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