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CISC Quebec Region invites you to attend the Bridges & Infrastrucutre Steel Symposium in Boucherville on Monday May 1.

Call 514-909-6186 for more information or visit www.rendezvousacier.com


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April, 2017
Montreal budgets $684 million for roads, sewers and aquaducts in 2017


The work will involve 290 kilometres of roads and 122 kilometres of sewers and aqueducts.

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April, 2017
Structure of Canada’s new infrastructure bank soon to be announced


It must be one of the Liberals’ biggest and most poorly understood projects: $35 billion from Ottawa as seed money, to attract potentially hundreds of billions from large investors for major new infrastructure projects.

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April, 2017
Overpass construction begins near Martensville and Warman


Construction is underway on two new overpasses that are expected to ease congestion and improve safety in Martensville and Warman.

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April, 2017
Brampton public works building wins design excellence award from OAA


The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) has named the first phase of Brampton’s Williams Parkway Operation Centre, dubbed the new public face for the city's public works division, a Design Excellence Awards winner.

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April, 2017
MP introduces bill to support use of wood construction for federal government projects


If passed, Bill C-354, an Act to amend the Department of Public Works and Government Services Act (Use of Wood), would compel the government to give preference to projects that promote the use of wood.

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April, 2017
Site C megaproject fuels debate in B.C. election campaign


The divisive $8.8-billion Site C dam is fuelling debate in British Columbia's election campaign, pitting Liberal promises of jobs and clean energy against the NDP's cautious approach of calling for an independent review.

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April, 2017
Architect proposes covering busiest section of Crowchild Trail in Calgary with green space


Improving Crowchild Trail should include covering a portion of its busiest section with a park, a local architect told city councillors Wednesday.

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April, 2017
St-Lazare town hall construction behind schedule but on budget


Construction delays have pushed back the completion date for St-Lazare’s new town hall, but Mayor Robert Grimaudo assures the project’s costs remains within its $10 million budget.

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April, 2017
Alberta's new efficiency rebates support home improvements


A new Energy Efficiency Alberta program will support homeowners and local Alberta contractors through rebates for insulation, tankless hot water heaters and windows.

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April, 2017
Treasury Board approves Maison de Radio-Canada construction project in Montreal


CBC/Radio-Canada today announced that the Treasury Board of Canada has approved the new Maison de Radio-Canada (MRC) construction project led by Broccolini.

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April, 2017
Highway engineers start controversial task of picking route for northeast bridge in Edmonton


The bridge would create a new connection between Edmonton and Fort Saskatchewan. 

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April, 2017
Invitation to Attend: B.C. Liberals, NDP, and Greens to participate in election online forum on clean growth


Prominent candidates from British Columbia’s three major political parties will face questions about the clean economy and climate action at a public forum on Thursday, April 20.

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April, 2017
Saskatchewan construction industry opposes PST hike


Finance Minister Kevin Doherty has said the one-point provincial sales tax increase and the elimination of a PST exemption on construction labour were intended to broaden the tax base and cut into a $1.2 billion deficit.

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April, 2017
Elevating Valley Line LRT through Bonnie Doon in Edmonton could cost $220 million


Raising the Valley Line LRT above five intersections in the Bonnie Doon and Holyrood areas would add up to $220 million to the project, according to a new city report released Thursday.

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April, 2017
Calgary Mayor's claim of looming Springbank dam deal baffles Tsuut'ina


Tsuut’ina officials say they’re baffled by Mayor Naheed Nenshi’s suggestion Wednesday the First Nation might be close to a deal with the province on the contentious Springbank dry dam.

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