Ontario Construction News  The City of Ottawa’s Planning Committee has approved a $15 million spending plan to help housing providers deliver more than 550 new affordable units as it cleared the way for a massive three-tower project near a key transit...
Ontario Construction News staff writer A bridge project is expected to begin in 2024 or 2025, expanding Dunlop Street in Barrie to four lanes over Highway 400. The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) is planning to replace the Dunlop Street interchange andHighway...
Ontario Construction News staff writer Today, Ontario Construction News introduces a new service to make it easier for you to track and understand which Certificates of Substantial Performance (CSP) and other notices have been published. Our daily eletter, sent at 7:30...
The Canadian Press The full impact of sweeping economic lockdowns meant to slow the spread of COVID-19 came into sharper view, with new figures showing Canada saw the largest monthly drop on record in April as the country came to...
Police probing three racist noose incidents at Toronto construction sites Ontario Construction News staff writer Three racist noose incidents have been reported at  Greater Toronto Area construction sites, provoking police investigations of possible hate crimes.  The incidents occurred in June on project...