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Gloomy outlook from Northern contractors on 2018 building season

Gloomy outlook from Northern contractors on 2018 building season

Ontario Construction Secretariat releases contractor outlook survey
Northern communities get road-building money

Northern communities get road-building money

Six municipalities will benefit from the Connecting Links program in 2018.
Mining company donation will expand engineering school

Mining company donation will expand engineering school

IAMGOLD is contributing $2 million to Laurentian University’s Bharti School of Engineering.
Sault steel mill prepares to build new $55-million alternative port

Sault steel mill prepares to build new $55-million alternative port

If regulatory approvals can be secured, Algoma says it can build a new dock system in about one year's time
Wood frame building will remain at six storeys

Wood frame building will remain at six storeys

Proposed bill would have legalized buildings up to 14 storeys
Could the road, railway to the Ring of Fire be built by foreign workers?

Could the road, railway to the Ring of Fire be built by foreign workers?

Union warns Trans-Pacific trade deal potentially undermines Canadian contractors, tradespeople on big resource projects
Retailers hooked on Sault inventor's ice fishing device

Retailers hooked on Sault inventor's ice fishing device

Batchewana man finds success with hook-setting gear
Want to be a defence department supplier?

Want to be a defence department supplier?

Defence industry contractors want to hear your pitch at North Bay B2B event
Canadian steel companies stand on guard against tariffs

Canadian steel companies stand on guard against tariffs

Steel advocates warn the heavy lifting against U.S. protectionist measures not over
Thunder Bay architect to head provincial body for second term

Thunder Bay architect to head provincial body for second term

John Stephenson has been re-elected as president of the Ontario Association of Architects.