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New Distillery District proposal revealed to Toronto Design Review Panel

Ontario Construction News staff writer

Designers responsible for Toronto’s 31R Parliament, a proposed development for the Distillery District, revealed its updated design to attendees at the July 18 Toronto Design Review Panel. The plan includes a 49-storey building and a 5-storey “ribbon building” designed by SHoP Architects and Quadrangle. The original plan for the site, […]

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Kingston developer fined for illegally selling pre-construction condominiums; project in site plan review now

Ontario Construction News staff writer

Admiral’s Walk Residences Inc. and its director Sandro Sordi have been convicted for selling 80 pre-construction condominium units without being registered under the Ontario New Home Warranties Plan Act, Tarion reported in a news release issued last Wednesday. The company was fined $50,000 by the Ontario Court of Justice. An […]

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Development applications continue to drive secondary plans in Toronto keeping pace with LRT construction across the city

By Donna Mayer Special to Ontario Construction Report

Nearly four years after the first development application was submitted proposing its own vision the redevelopment of Toronto’s Golden Mile, the final community consultation meeting on the Secondary Plan Study was held last Thursday, with City Council approval expected later this year. RioCan Holdings Inc. submitted their […]

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Contracts awarded for Trent-Severn Waterway projects assure the project is moving forward

Construction contracts have been awarded covering four sections of the Trent-Severn’s 368 km waterway system. Neil Ellis, member of parliament for the Bay of Quinte, on behalf of the Government of Canada, updated the public on the progress of the projects intended to rehabilitate the national historic site. The four contracts, which include repair of […]

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DataBid: Current project leads and opportunities

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