INDUSTRY LINKS

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Association of Consulting Engineers of Canada (ACEC): 
www.acec.ca

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers – Canada Section (IEEE):
www.ieee.ca

The Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME):
www.csme-scgm.ca

Canadian Home Builders Association:
www.chba.ca

Canadian Construction Association:
www.cca-acc.com

Interior Designers of Canada (IDC):
www.idcanada.org

Royal Architectural Institute of Canada
www.raic.org

Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada:
www.mcac.ca

Canadian Electrical Contractors Association (CECA):
www.ceca.org

BOMA Canada:
www.bomacanada.ca

International Facility Management Association (IFMA):
www.ifma.org

Please don’t hesitate in contacting us for further information of Provincial bodies associated within the Specialist Disciplines

DAILY COMMERCIAL NEWS

In July, Canada Added Less than Half of June’s Jobs Increase

Posted on Monday August 10, 2020

Canada’s Jobs ‘Claw-Back’ Ratio Now Exceeds 50% In July, the total number of jobs in Canada rose by 419,000, according to Statistics Canada, bringing the cumulative figure for the latest three months to +1.661 million. June’s number was +952,000 and May’s, +290,000. In March and April, with the economy immobilized by fear of the coronavirus, […]

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Canadian Retail & Food Services Sales in May Show Some Recovery

Posted on Monday August 10, 2020

A Faint Echo of Normalcy in Hospitality Sales? In the U.S., retail and food services sales are combined in a single monthly report from the Census Bureau. Also, the data is relatively current. Latest results are for June 2020. In Canada, ‘retail sales’ appear in one report, but one must chase down ‘food services and […]

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Ontario announces preferred route for new 400-series highway

Posted on Monday August 10, 2020

TORONTO — The Ontario government has confirmed the preferred route for a new 400-series highway and transit corridor across York, Peel and Halton regions. The GTA West corridor will include a four- to six-lane 400-series highway and separate infrastructure dedicated for transit and passenger stations, as well as intelligent transportation features and truck parking, stated […]

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