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The Construction Record Podcast – Episode 62: new Ontario think tank, Women in Trades via Aecon and LIUNA, Calgary office to residence conversions, and steel and labour controversies in B.C.

Posted on Friday August 23, 2019

This week on The Construction Record Podcast, Daily Commercial News and Journal of Commerce national managing editor Vince Versace takes a look at Grant Cameron’s recent article about a new think tank called the Ontario Construction Consortium, as well as DCN staff writer Angela Gismondi’s story about a new skilled trades initiative from the federal […]

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Standard & Poor’s reaffirms Federal Bridge Corp’s A+

Posted on Friday August 23, 2019

OTTAWA — The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited (FBCL) has announced that Standard & Poor’s (S&P) Global Ratings has reaffirmed its 2019 FBCL bond rating with an A+ and a “stable” outlook. S&P concluded that despite traffic volatility and increasing exposure to competition in the medium term, there are strong economic fundamentals in FBCL’s service area […]

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Kitchener nails supplier convicted in printing plate mishap

Posted on Friday August 23, 2019

KITCHENER, ONT. — Kitchener, Ont.-based steel nails manufacturer THS Industries Ltd. has been convicted and fined for its role in a January 2018 incident in which a worker was seriously injured while installing a printing plate on a printing machine. The incident occurred at the company’s facility on Manitou Drive in Kitchener. According to a […]

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