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Mayors seek emergency funding for land use planning reviews, development approvals, critical infrastructure projects and other services

Mayors seek emergency funding for land use planning reviews, development approvals, critical infrastructure projects and other services Ontario Construction News staff writer Without significant federal and provincial funding injections, Ontario municipalities could face service cuts including slower land use planning reviews and development approvals, and cancelling or deferring critical infrastructure and affordable housing projects. Municipalities […]

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Federal government to invest $2.4 million for energy-efficient residential building construction

Ontario Construction News staff writer The federal government says it will invest more than $2,445,000 in a Canadian Home Builders’ Association (CHBA) project to enable seven housing builders to construct net-zero energy and net-zero energy ready residential buildings in Ontario as well as British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan A statement from Natural Resources Canada minister […]

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Brampton invites comments on milestone projects

The City of Brampton is seeking feedback on the following five new projects listed at www.brampton.ca/engage: Light Rail Transit Extension Until July 31, visit a virtual open house and provide feedback on the Light Rail Transit (LRT) Extension. Extending the planned Hurontario LRT on Main Street, from the Brampton Gateway Terminal at Steeles Avenue to the […]

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Ontario Building Trades affirm zero tolerance for racism in construction

After several nooses were discovered at Toronto construction sites in June, the Provincial Building and Construction Trades Council of Ontario (PBCTCO) has released a statement to affirm there is zero tolerance for racism in construction. “There is no place for racist activity on any construction site in Ontario,” said Patrick Dillon, Business Manager of the Provincial Building and […]

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DataBid: Current project leads and opportunities

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