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Spring breeds confidence for Ontario contractors, North not so much

Spring breeds confidence for Ontario contractors, North not so much

Civil, high-rise projects expected to lead construction sector
Sudbury moves forward with arena process

Sudbury moves forward with arena process

Council approves process for site selection, aim to issue RFP by summer
Deadline looms for working-at-heights training

Deadline looms for working-at-heights training

Approved programs must now be approved by the Ministry of Labour.
Getting all steamed up about Robotics

Getting all steamed up about Robotics

“In our business — mining contractors and engineers — there is a fairly high technology component to what we do and people who could have a future with our company or the mining industry in general so it’s a natural sponsorship for us.”
New Sudbury arena could cost at least $80M, report advises

New Sudbury arena could cost at least $80M, report advises

Consultant recommends city strike committee to choose best spot to provide maximum benefit
Sudbury concrete company under ministry orders following fatality

Sudbury concrete company under ministry orders following fatality

Rainbow Concrete is under investigation by the Ministry of Labour and faces work orders following a fatality at the Sudbury plant.
Thunder Bay architect named head of Ontario association

Thunder Bay architect named head of Ontario association

John Stephenson named OAA president for 2017
Prominent Sudbury architect passes

Prominent Sudbury architect passes

John Stefura designed Science North, city hall
Ontario economy remains vulnerable

Ontario economy remains vulnerable

Business operating in “risk-averse environment," says Ontario chamber
North Bay waterfront plan nears completion

North Bay waterfront plan nears completion

The City of North Bay is almost finished its Downtown Waterfront Master Plan, which will guide planning around the downtown-waterfront district for the next 20 years.