Canada’s largest skilled trade and technology competition, the Skills Ontario Competition, is set to take place on May 4 to 6, 2020 at the Toronto Congress Centre. Students, educators, parents, guardians, employers, and advocates come together every May for the...
By John Devine Special to Ontario Construction News The Province is on a tour of colleges, dropping off cheques for skills training and talking up the benefits of pursuing a career in the trades. According to industry experts the campaign is...
Ontario Construction News staff writer FirstOnSite Restoration acquires Barrie-based construction companyFirstOnSite Restoration, an independent disaster restoration services provider, has strengthened its presence in Ontario, acquiring Barrie-based, J. Keith Moore Construction Limited (Keith Moore Construction) – a firm that specializes in...
Ontario Construction News staff writer Twelve projects across Canada—each with a tremendous impact on the surrounding built environment—have been selected for the 2020 National Urban Design Awards. Winning projects range from public art installations and parks to a revitalized underpass. The awards...
Ontario Construction News staff writer The Ontario Home Builders Association (OHBA) and OREA support the provincial government’s new transit projects legislation introduced last week. According to a statement from OHBA, the Building Transit Faster Act “will streamline approvals and cut red...
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London committee endorses staff report calling for the sale of additional old Victoria Hospital...

By John Devine Special to Ontario Construction News The repurposing of the old Victoria Hospital site on the banks of the Thames River in London seems...

Metrolinx directors give the GO-ahead to GO East rail extension

Ontario Construction News staff writer The Metrolinx board of directors has endorsed the GO East rail extension through Oshawa to Bowmanville in Clarington, including four...

Camp Kawartha grabs federal government funding for new health centre

Ontario Construction News staff writer The federal government will contribute $25,000 towards the development of a new health centre for Camp Kawartha. Maryam Monsef, Member of...