Montreal’s costly new Champlain Bridge opens to northbound traffic
It was originally scheduled to open last December, but delays pushed back the opening and added to the price tag.
Alberta government looking to speed up job accreditation for foreign workers
Manitoba, Ontario and Nova Scotia already have similar laws.
LNG Canada, JGC Fluor to attract more women to skilled trades
Four-week workforce development program aims to recruit, train, support and employ them in construction trades.
SNC-Lavalin CEO retires [UPDATED]
Neil Bruce is expected to remain an adviser to the board until the end of the year.
Ottawa, Quebec announce $500M reconstruction of La Fontaine Tunnel
Planned work includes pavement, lighting, vaults, walls, signage and a fire protection system.
Judge rules SNC-Lavalin headed to trial on charges of fraud, corruption
Accused of paying $47.7 million in bribes to public officials in Libya between 2001 and 2011.
System for picking N.S. bridge repairs and replacements too loose: auditor
Report indicates over 600 of the province’s 4,200 bridges are in poor condition, and need to be fixed or replaced.
WSP Global reports first quarter profit and revenue up from year ago
Revenue totalled $2.17 billion, up from $1.91 billion in the first three months of 2018.
Kruger breaks ground for construction of Sherbrooke tissue plant
Annual production of bathroom tissue and paper towels will be 70,000 tonnes a year.
Descendants reflect on Chinese rail workers 150 years later
This week marks 150 years since the completion of the US’s Transcontinental Railroad.
Construction accident in Alberta’s energy sector kills two workers
RCMP and the provincial Occupational Health and Safety Department are investigating.
SNC-Lavalin to step back from 15 countries, swear off fixed price bids in mining [UPDATED]
The engineering and construction giant said it lost $17.3 million or 10 cents per share for the quarter ended March 31.
Flood victims say more homes would be lost if not for volunteers, military
The City of Ottawa said thousands of people had registered to fill sandbags.
11 die as elevator cable snaps at work site in China
Fatalities are piling up as management cuts corners and safety violations mount.
Judge mulls whether SNC-Lavalin to face trial as preliminary inquiry ends
The RCMP has accused SNC-Lavalin of paying nearly $47.7 million in bribes to public officials in Libya.