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Ontario plots preferred route for major new highway through Toronto area

Early plans for the greenfield project include up to six lanes, integrated transit and truck parking

Vinci, Pomerleau to tackle $1.1B rehab of Montreal's Louis Hippolyte Lafontaine Tunnel

The tunnel running under the St. Lawrence River between Montreal and Longueuil opened in 1967 and is the longest underwater tunnel in the country

Spanning the border: COVID-19 may be a game-changer, but hasn't halted progress at Gordie Howe bridge

Construction on both sides of the border has continued through the pandemic. Early above ground work means the bridge will start taking shape this fall


Canada vows retaliatory measures as Trump restores tariff on Canadian aluminum

The move threatens to reignite the trade spat over aluminum and steel that ended when the countries agreed to revise NAFTA » Read More

Provinces not moving fast enough to assess, mitigate flood risk, report says

Among other issues, the report shows most provinces don’t have any regulations preventing new developments from going up in high flood-risk spots » Read More

Deere launches new cold planer lineup for road repair projects

The lineup of cold planers aim to help repair crews tackle jobs like levelling uneven pavement, cleaning up around milling machines and texturing pavement » Read More

Safety software firm eCompliance launches latest update to mobile app

The company’s technology aims to connect more frontline workers, in construction as well as other industries, to safety initiatives by making reporting and compliance simpler » Read More

The future of construction technology: Staying at the forefront

Join On-Site for a free virtual panel discussion. The hour-long webinar, at 1 p.m. (EST) Aug. 20, will feature representatives from Graham, PCL, Pomerleau and the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) » Read More