BY THE CANADIAN PRESS Provincial police say three brothers are among those facing charges in a multimillion-dollar fraud involving three government-funded solar energy projects across the province. Det. Const. John Armit says the alleged fraud, believed to have taken place in 2012 and 2013, involved...
Ontario Construction News staff writer An extraordinary gift was made to the Hospice Georgian Triangle Foundation this week. Paul and Blake Arnill, third and fourth generation owners of Seeley and Arnill Construction visited Campbell House in Collingwood to contribute $10,000...
By Robin MacLennan Ontario Construction News staff writer Dundas Place, London’s first flex street, officially opened Monday with a final brick laying ceremony. The two-year project has transformed Dundas Street — from Ridout Street to Wellington Street — from a commercial corridor...
By Mark Buckshon Ontario Construction News staff writer The Gordie Howe International Bridge is taking shape with early stage procurement and construction, as project managers prepare for much more intensive work between 2021 and 2023. Bridging North America has set up its...
By Mark Buckshon Ontario Construction News staff writer The Gordie Howe International Bridge is taking shape with early stage procurement and construction, as project managers prepare for much more intensive work between 2021 and 2023. Bridging North America has set up its...
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Ontario Construction Act adjudication fees: Can adjudicators earn a living doing their work?

By Mark Buckshon Ontario Construction News staff writer How much will adjudicators earn when they start resolving cases under new Ontario Construction Act regulations which went...

Healthy construction industry markets predicted for Ottawa and Toronto in 2020: Morguard

By Mark Buckshon Ontario Construction News staff writer The construction market is expected to be healthy in both Toronto and Ottawa in the next year, according...

Provincial government passes red-tape reduction legislation

By Robin MacLennan Ontraio Construction News staff writer The Ontario Legislature passed the Better for People, Smarter for Business Act this week, part of a plan...