A new poll released by Merit Canada and the ICBA shows that the majority of British Columbians support fair bidding at 83 per cent.
The Canadian Wood Council has released updates for six environmental product declarations (EPDs) for North American wood products.
The Government of British Columbia is investing $4.4 million into a library renewal project at Coast Mountain College (CMTN) in Terrace, B.C.
The Calgary Stampede and development partner CMLC have unveiled the design for the expansion of the BMO Convention Centre.
The Vancouver Regional Construction Association (VRCA), member of the Employers’ Forum, opposes the addition of COVID-19 to the list of workplace diseases by WorkSafeBC.
B.C. has announced $57 million for new and expanded Surrey schools. The investment will fund construction of a new school in Sunnyside Heights.
What is the real impact of COVID-19 on activity in the construction sector? Procore surveyed U.S. and Canadian senior executives.
Proposed measures include transferring mortgage tenancy to the date of occupancy for new condominiums, tax credits and other policies to jumpstart economy.
The BC Construction Association (BCCA), with the support of Minerva BC, has opened nominations for the 2nd annual Builders Code Champion Awards.
Newfoundland and Labrador has slated $30 million in rebates for home renovations and new construction to jumpstart the economy.
The announcement accompanies a promise to disperse grants of up to $5,000 to help businesses and non-profit organizations with the costs of relaunching after COVID-19-triggered shutdowns, but few details are yet available.
A new flat-rate costing formula will replace the previous requirement to submit construction quotes and other budget information. Instead, applicants can match their proposals to standardized specifications.
The University of BC (UBC) is planning a significant new university presence in downtown Kelowna which will include a mixed-use development.
WorkSafeBC is waiving premiums for employers who are approved to receive the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) for furloughed workers.
Canada's cement and concrete industry are calling on the federal government to prioritize construction and strategic infrastructure spending.
Just over a year after construction started, the Gene Zwozdesky Centre at Norwood in Edmonton is taking shape. Completion is slated for early 2024.
Helium extraction and production could help buoy the Saskatchewan resource sector as western Canada’s oil and gas industry continues to struggle.