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A New Life for Charlottetown PEI Notre Dame Convent
Fri Oct 31 2014

Sisters of the Notre Dame Convent in Charlottetown PEI, along with several community members gave positive approval for the redevelopment of the old Notre Dame Convent. Read More...



Ottawa Buys Digby-Saint John Blue Star Ferry
Fri Oct 31 2014

The federal government in Ottawa announced it has purchased the Greek Blue Star Ferry - Ithaki for $44.6 million (CAD). The Blue Star Ferry will replace the current Princess of Acadia which takes passengers across the Bay of Fundy from Nova Scotia to Saint John, New Brunswick. Read More...



Polar Bears Crash Plans for Halloween Party in Nunavut
Wed Oct 29 2014

With polar bear sightings on the rise in the little town of Arviat, Nunavut, kids will be celebrating this years Halloween indoors at the local community hall. Read More...




$10 Million New Kelowna Yacht Club Construction Project Completed
Sun Oct 19 2014

With 70's years of cultural history in Kelowna, BC, the new and improved Kelowna Yacht Club is completed and open. Read More...



Banff Legacy Trail Reopens
Fri Oct 17 2014

Parks Canada announces the reopening of Legacy Trail located at the east entrance of Banff, Alberta. The trailway is fully restored after the 2013 flooding that had taken place in the area. Read More...



Oakville Ontario Home Collapses from Natural Gas Explosion
Thu Oct 16 2014

A home in Oakville Ontario rocked as a natural gas line explosion occurred while a construction crew worked on a home renovation. Read More...



Yellow Quill First Nation to Build Commercial Offices in Downtown Saskatoon
Thu Oct 16 2014

Chief Perry Bellegarde of the Federation of Saskatchewan applaudes the announcing of a new urban development by the Yellow Quill First Nation in downtown Saskatoon. Read More...



$350 Million Fort McMurray Skyscraper Proposed
Sun Oct 12 2014

Fort McMurray Alberta may see a drastic change in its skyline with the addition of the orange tinted Golden Buffalo Centre skyscraper project recently proposed by Vancouver based construction company Golden Buffalo Development. Read More...



City of Regina Prepares to Spend $8.8 Million on North Central Shared Facility
Sun Oct 12 2014

The City of Regina prepares to spend over $8 million for the construction of the North Central Shared Facility in Regina, Saskatchewan. Read More...



Grand Rapids Pipeline Construction Approved in Alberta and Saskatchewan
Sat Oct 11 2014

The Grand Rapids twin oil pipeline proposed by TransCanada and PetroChina has recently been approved by the Alberta Energy Regulator. Construction will begin this fall. Read More...



Nelson, BC Iron Man Turns 103
Sat Oct 11 2014

Life long iron worker and resident of Nelson BC, Joe Irving celebrates his 103 birthday with wife Sylvia. Read More...



Okanagan BC Worst Road Westside Road to Undergo $45 Million in Repairs
Sat Oct 11 2014

Kelowna's Westside Road is undergoing $45 million in repairs. A long overdo project leaving local residents in relief. Read More...



Richmond BC Sees Massive Economic Growth from Canada Line Skytrain System
Wed Sep 17 2014

Massive economic growth is on the rise and construction is booming in Richmond, British Columbia since the development of the $2 billion dollar (CAD) Canada Line rapid transit system. Read More...



Edmonton Alberta Downtown to See 2 New Hotels
Sun Sep 14 2014

Downtown Edmonton Alberta to see face lift with the addition of two new hotels, putting an end to a 10 year dry spell on major remodeling of the cities downtown core. Read More...



Ontario Home to North America's Largest Biomass Power Plant
Sun Sep 14 2014

The Atikokan Generating Station in Northwestern Ontario is now open and producing electricity to the region, making it the largest biomass power plant in North America. Read More...



Toronto House Collapses with 3 Construction Workers Inside
Sun Sep 14 2014

While a 2 storey house in the greater Toronto area undergoes underpinning construction renovations, the house gave way and collapsed leaving one dead and three workers trapped inside. Read More...



Lower Mainland BC Port Mann Bridge Project Nearing Completion
Sat Sep 13 2014

The $3.3 Billion infrastructure project, the largest of it's kind for the province of British Columbia - the new Port Mann Bridge / Highway 1 project is in it's final stages with completion slated for early 2015. Read More...



Regina's New $278 million Mosaic Football Stadium to Seat Up to 40,000
Sat Sep 13 2014

Regina, Saskatchewan's old football stadium will be demolished and replaced with the new and improved $278 million Masaic Football Stadium, seating up to 40,000 for special events such as the CFL's Grey Cup Championship Game. Read More...



Three Unexploded World War I Bombs Discovered on Corrections Canada Site in Nova Scotia
Sat Sep 13 2014

Corrections Canada seeks construction contractors to clear and remove 3 unexploded bombs left over from 1940 and world war 1 from it's halfway house project site located in Nova Scotia. Read More...



Alberta Leads with Highest Average Wages in Canada
Thu Nov 28 2013

Stats Canada has released a report for 2013 placing the province of Alberta as paying out the highest average wages above all other provinces in the country. Read More...



University of Alberta Opens Arctic Resources Geochemistry Laboratory
Thu Nov 28 2013

The University of Alberta now has the largest laboratory for researching precious metals with the Opens Arctic Resources Geochemistry Laboratory. With $6 million in instruments the lab has the ability to discover precious metals like diamonds, gold and silver, deep beneath the earth surface. Read More...



$27 Million Highrise Planned for University of Winnipeg Campus
Tue Nov 26 2013

The University of Winnipeg and Province of Manitoba are partnering to build a $27 million apartment complex, in Downtown Winnipeg, to offer Manitoba students affordable housing. Read More...



$80 Million State of the Art Liquor Warehouse Planned for Edmonton
Sun Nov 24 2013

The Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission is setting up to build a $80 Million state-of-the-art liquor warehouse and distribution system in Edmonton to handle the rising demand for alcoholic beverages in the province of Alberta. Read More...



Fire in Tyndall Stone Lodge Whistler Village
Sun Nov 24 2013

Whistler residents spotted smoke emanating from Tyndall Stone Lodge which quickly engulfed the entire roof top of the building. Whistler Fire Department quickly arrived on scene and several residents were relocated. Read More...



Chinese and Canadian Firms Team Up For Liquefied Natural Gas in Canada
Wed Nov 20 2013

Chinese owned company ENN Canada Corporation and Calgary based firm Ferus Natural Gas Fuels have signed a joint venture agreement to build two liquefied natural gas plants in edmonton and Vancouver. Expected to be completed by 2016, the plants will offer the transportation trucking industry at large cost savings over using diesel fuel. Read More...



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