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Ontario Construction News staff writer Two Toronto-based developers have proposed major new Ottawa residential developments near the city’s Confederation Line Light Rail Transit (LRT) stations. In the first, First Capital Realty has proposed a 30-storey building in Gloucester. It recently filed...
By John Devine Special to Ontario Construction News Once the site of a fitness centre, 79 Bell Farm Rd. in Barrie was purchased in 2009 by the city for use by the Barrie Police Service. It was meant to be a...
Ontario Construction News staff writer Negotiators for the Ontario Pipe Trades Council (OPTC) and the Mechanical Contractors Association of Ontario (MCAO) have decided to extend their strike deadline to 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday. “The UA (United Association) and MCAO are continuing...
By Robin MacLennan Ontario Construction News staff writer David Piccini, Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities visited Kitchener this week, to announce funding for an innovative Skills for Steel training project that “will help get people working...
Ontario Construction news staff writer Metrolinx held a series of open houses to update “communities and future customers” on the progress of the Ontario Line subway project. The line is being promoted as a service which “will connect the city like...
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Pinnacle International launches 95-storey “SkyTower” Condo to rise more than 1,000 feet over Lake...

Ontario Construction News staff writer The Toronto condo market is about to reach new heights. Pinnacle International this week announced the next phase of its Pinnacle...

Committee endorses plan to rehabilitate former sand and gravel pit

Ontario Construction News staff writer The City’s Planning Committee today approved rezoning for a new subdivision on lands formerly occupied by the Brazeau sand and gravel...

Ontario-Toronto take the step towards building largest subway expansion in Canadian history

Ontario Construction News staff writer Transportation and Highway Safety Ministers from across Canada agree they must work together to build the critical infrastructure that will...