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Medicine Hat Landfill Fire Still Blazing Air Testing Underway
Wed Nov 20 2013

Alberta Environment and Alberta Health arrived on the scene at the Westar landfill outside Medicine Hat to run tests on air quality as the landfill fire still blazes on, as firefighters relentlessly try to douse the flames. Read More...



Montreal Biosphere Scaled by Greenpeace Activists
Wed Nov 20 2013

The Montreal Biosphere Museum in Parc Jean-Drapeau, Montreal, Quebec was scaled by three Greenpeace activists to urge the release of thirty Greenpeace Arctic activists, who were detained last September in Russia for protesting offshore oil drilling. Read More...



Snowboarding Park Proposed for Diefenbaker Hill Saskatoon
Tue Nov 19 2013

Saskatoon City Counsel looked over a proposal by the Optimistic Club of Saskatoon to build a $5 million snow-tubing and snow boarding facility at Diefenbaker Hill Park, Saskatoon Saskatchewan. Read More...




Anti Northern Gateway Oil Pipeline Rallies Across Canada
Sun Nov 17 2013

First Nation leaders, environmentalists and concerned citizens protest in the thousands against the proposed Northern Gateway oil pipeline which will span from the oil sands of Alberta to Kitimat, British Columbia. Read More...



Canadian Military Arrives in Philippines to Help Typhoon Yolanda Victims
Wed Nov 13 2013

Canadian Disaster Assistance Response Team (DART) has joined in international efforts aiding typhoon Yolanda survivors in Visayas, Philippines. Over 114 Million USD has been donated so far by countries around the world to help residents in disaster relief. Read More...



Alberta Construction Crew Find More Dinosaur Bones
Fri Nov 08 2013

Degner Construction Group digs up dinosaur bones in Leduc, Alberta, while excavating for a pipline. The Royal Tyrrell Museum is reconstructing the skeleton to identify which prehistoric animal it is. Read More...



Canadian Solar Awarded $104 Million to Produce 3 Solar Plants in Canada
Sat Nov 02 2013

Guelph, Ontario solar power manufactures "Canadian Solar" are set to build 3 solar power facilities in Canada throughout 2014 after being awarded $104 Million by Deutsche Bank AG. Read More...



Canalta Hotels to Expand into Selkirk Manitoba
Sat Nov 02 2013

Family owned and operated hotel chain, Canalta Hotels, is set to develop it's first 84 room hotel in Selkirk, Manitoba. The chain is looking to expand more into Manitoba with new locations being scouted out. Read More...



Landmark Twisting Tower Set for Construction In Vancouver
Fri Nov 01 2013

Vancouver city counsel has approved the Landmark Twisting Tower for construction. The 650,000 square foot complex will be situated at the foot of the Granville street bridge and will contain over 600 condos, shop and office space. Read More...



New Whistler Blackcomb Lift is Up for Skiers and Boarders
Fri Nov 01 2013

Whistler Blackcomb has announced two new ski lifts will be open this winter to allow skiers and boarders quicker access and more variety on the slopes. Read More...



$1.3 billion Brookfield Place Calgary Development to Begin
Thu Oct 31 2013

The Brookfield Place Calgary project is set to begin in Calgary's downtown core. The project is expected to create over 1,300 new jobs and is scheduled to be complete by 2017. Read More...



600 Skilled Irish Tradesmen Plan To Be Hired in British Columbia
Thu Oct 31 2013

The B.C. Construction Association plans to hire over 600 tradesmen form Ireland to work in the construction industry in British Columbia, Canada. B.C. labour unions are left up in arms. Read More...



Lillooet, British Columbia awarded $4.5 Million from Federal Tax Fund to Upgrade Water Supply
Sun Aug 14 2011

Residents of Lillooet, B.C. will enjoy fresh, clean and safe drinking water now and in the future with upgrades to their water supply, thanks to a $4.5 Million Federal Tax Fund. Read More...



Thunder Bay, Ontario Courthouse Project Major Boost for Local Workers
Mon Aug 08 2011

The $247 Million project to build a new courthouse in South central Thunder Bay, Ontario will boost local construction business for next 3 years. Read More...



Churchill Corps Subsidiary Announces $117 Million Worth of Contracts
Mon May 30 2011

Stuart Olson Dominion Construction Ltd., a subsidiary of The Churchill Corporation was awarded $117 Million worth of construction contracts across Canada. Economies in Calgary, Winnipeg, Vancouver, Toronto and others will be boosted. Read More...



WesternOne Strikes a $93 million Deal with Britco
Thu May 26 2011

Langley, British Columbia modular home construction company Britco, sells to WesternOne Equity Income Fund for $93 Million USD. Read More...



Canadian Awards of Excellence for Steel Designs
Wed May 25 2011

The Canadian Institute of Steel Construction (CISC) has honored innovative steel construction projects in its 21st Ontario steel design awards of excellence. Read More...



Eco-Friendly Multi Tower Condos to be Built by Argo Ventures Inc. Vancouver
Sat Dec 11 2010

The Executive Group of Vancouver has announced their partnering with financiers Argo Ventures Inc., to build a eco-friendly 3 tower condo / shopping mall multi-plex in the False Creek area of Vancouver, near the Olympic Village. Read More...



Ontario Gov Teams Up with Samsung for New Wind Tower Plant in Windsor
Sat Dec 04 2010

Good news reached citizens of Windsor, Ontario this week as Korean corporate giant Samsung will be teaming up with the local Ontario Government to build a wind tower plant which will create 700 new jobs and additional benefits for the city of Windor. Read More...



Construction Worker Killed at Canada Place Job Site in Vancouver
Thu Dec 02 2010

Two construction accidents in downtown Vancouver happen only 30 minutes apart, leaving one man in hospital with life threatening injuries and another dead on site. Read More...



Montreal Super Hospital Begins Construction
Sun Nov 28 2010

To encompass 43 acres of land and three million square feet in facilities, the $3.6 Billion (CAD) Montreal Super Hospital construction project is in full swing. Read More...



Train Collision with Flag Vehicle in Langley, BC
Sun Nov 28 2010

A north bound train crashed into a construction flag truck dragging an Abbotsford woman 30 metres and into a BC Hyrdo transformer box. Read More...



Aecon Group Inc Awarded $279 Million to Build New Toronto Subway
Sat Nov 20 2010

Aecon Group Inc., Canada's largest development and construction firm has signed a $279 Million (CAD) agreement to extend Toronto's subway system north of the city. This four year project will begin December, 2010. Read More...



Canada and India Talk of Free Trade Deal
Sun Nov 14 2010

Free trade negotiations have begun between Canada and India. Prime Minister Stephen Harper states this deal can boost Canadian exports up to $6 Billion (CAD) and reduce the countries dependency on the US market. Read More...



Britannia Beach Mining Museum Unearths Breathtaking Exibits
Thu Sep 16 2010

The $14.7 Million funded project to revitalize the once named "The BC Museum of Mining" has launched September 18th, to unearth a spectacle of dazzling historical adventure with the new Britannia Beach Mining Museum, in Britannia Beach, British Columbia. Read More...



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