Economy rocketed to an annualized pace of 2.9 per cent in the period from April 1 through June 30.
Contractors association says rules not fair to non-unionized workers.
Economists had expected an increase of 0.1 per cent in June.
Factors could include wear from weather, more traffic than the bridge was originally built to sustain.
Land development arm to seek $250 million in tax incentives to help offset the cost.
Follows federal review of a now blocked takeover by a Chinese state-owned company.
Consultation period on safeguards will last for 15 days, decision will follow in a few weeks.
Involves a deal with Emcon Services to plow snow from and maintain 43% of Alberta’s highways.
Construction materials show strength, automotive and supplies fall.
Association says such a contract would violate interprovincial free trade rules and lead to court action.
Includes 92.2 km of pipeline in Brandon area and 96.5 km near Morden, Man.
Canadian-financed span over the Detroit River to provide direct connections to existing highway networks in Windsor and Detroit.
Work will include development of the Westridge Marine Terminal tunnel portal at Burnaby Mountain.
US manufacturers accused of dumping 54-inch gypsum boards, distorting the Western Canada market.
Canadian exporters in for a rough ride, says TD.