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Ontario shies away from infrastructure stimulus, but stands pat on existing spending plans

Though no new funding has been set aside, Infrastructure minister Laurie Scott said the province has an aggressive pipeline of work that totals $144 billion in capital spending over 10 years

RFQ to be issued this month for Calgary Green Line after city approves $4.9B plan

The route includes 15 stations and will run about 20 kilometres over 10 bridges and through two separate tunnels

Major sections of Hwy. 400 bridge swapped out over two weekends to make way for new Toronto LRT [WATCH]

Months of prefabrication work, intricate scheduling and the assistance of a self-propelled modular transporter with about two-dozen axles were required for the rapid bridge replacement project


Last survivor of 1958 B.C. construction disaster won’t let COVID-19 stop him from honouring dead

In 1958, 79 workers fell from the Second Narrows Bridge in what remains one of British Columbia’s worst industrial accidents » Read More

How investing in green infrastructure can jump start the post-coronavirus economy

Incorporating natural assets such as lakes, forests or streams into infrastructure planning can save municipalities billions of dollars on investments like water treatment plants » Read More

Allen Engineering introduces new AW16 Wheel Buggy

With a polyethylene bucket, foam-filled tires and a steel frame, the buggy is designed for precision placing » Read More

Mack partners with Geotab on cloud-based telematics platform

The partnership with the fleet management and tracking firm will provide a range of data points and reports to improve productivity and uptime » Read More

List of construction events cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19

Essentially all live industry events across Canada remain in a holding pattern as companies keep business travel to a minimum and governments keep a lid on large gatherings » Read More