Written by Donna Maye The federal ninister responsible for housing in Canada has launched a public call for applications to serve on the country’s first National Housing Council. The Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development and Minister...
Written by Kristen Frisa Philip Rizacallah, director of research and development, construction at the National Research Council (NRC) of Canada was presented with the Joseph K. Seidner Award on August 13, in recognition of his outstanding work on Canadian plumbing...
Written by Ontario Construction News staff According to Avison Young’s Mid-Year 2019 Global Office Report, some of the world’s larger markets are finding it tough to meet demand for office space, spurring on plenty of urban development. The report, which looked...
Written by Ontario Construction News staff Norwegian tech company Steer AS has launched its newest product, aimed at improving safety and efficiency on building sites: cloud-based technology for controlling construction equipment from a distance. Using Steer’s innovation, equipment can be controlled...
Written by Matt Handal Last week, we went over three mistakes principals make when hiring marketers. The next logical question is: Then who should principals hire? A listener I don’t think it is in your best interest to hire an extrovert or even...
Ontario Construction News special feature As a national, privately held company, Emco Waterworks offers clients the benefits of a reach that stretches from coast to coast, combined with the attention and feel of a much smaller organization. The company operates...
Written by Kristen Frisa In the face of ever-increasing threat of flooding, fire, and other natural disasters, the federal government has pledged to help the City of Toronto improve its shoreline infrastructure through an $11.9 million investment. The City of Toronto...
Written by Carolyn Gruske A long, cold winter isn’t typically the preferred forecast for most construction projects, but it’s exactly what is needed before building can begin on a new school that will be located on the Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI)...
Written by Kristen Frisa International engineering firm Walter P Moore opened its first Toronto office on August 15, increasing its already considerable North American footprint. The company provides services to preserve and rehabilitate structures, designing efficient and innovative solutions across the...
Written by Mark Buckshon For many years, printed media, including newspapers, Yellow Pages directories, brochures, fliers and printed newsletters represented some of the most cost-effective resources available for construction industry marketers. Print still has its place, but you need to...
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Federal Government Launches Public Call for Applications to National Housing Council

Written by Donna Maye The federal ninister responsible for housing in Canada has launched a public call for applications to serve on the country’s first...

Joseph K. Seidner Award presented to NRC Director Philip Rizcallah

Written by Kristen Frisa Philip Rizacallah, director of research and development, construction at the National Research Council (NRC) of Canada was presented with the Joseph...

Strong demand for office space helps drive urban development: Avison Young report

Written by Ontario Construction News staff According to Avison Young’s Mid-Year 2019 Global Office Report, some of the world’s larger markets are finding it tough...