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Despite local opposition, Ottawa signs off on $250M CN logistics hub in Milton, Ont.

Ottawa said the decision balances the economy and environment, while the Halton Regional Chair called the approval of a project with significant adverse environmental effects “unconscionable”

Building materials start-up Nexii raises $33M to speed opening of B.C. plant

Now valued at $620 million, the Vancouver-based firm bills its modular building systems as less carbon-intensive than concrete and more thermally efficient

U.S., Canada have lots of common ground, Trudeau says, as Kenney demands action

The cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline has again driven a wedge between Ottawa and Washington, as well as heightened tension between Alberta and Parliament Hill
Women in Construction


A shift towards transparency – reducing uncertainty and risk

Both general contractors and subcontractors are exposed to added risk when working with a weak subcontractor. A new approach could help fix the issue » Read More

If Canada can survive four years of Trump, it can navigate the new Buy American: PM

Trudeau’s comments followed Biden’s enacting of new domestic procurement rules this week and the new president’s cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline last week » Read More

Kobelco introduces enhanced 'Blade Runner' excavator

The ED160BR-7’s two-in-one functionality as an excavator and dozer makes the machine “ideal” for site prep and slope grading projects, the company says » Read More

Cat delivers low-cost earthmoving with 357 Wheel Tractor-Scraper

The new model includes an improved onboard payload estimating system that is 95 per cent accurate, making it easier for operators to more easily reach target load goals » Read More

ORBA Summit: Forging the Roadway Ahead

Date: Jan. 27 - Feb. 4
Location: Virtual
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Women in Construction

Date: March 8
Location: Virtual
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