State of Supply Chains
Below is ongoing coverage on the state of supply chains globally and the resulting issues currently impacting the construction industry across North America.
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Panellists at a recent construction forecast event expressed both short-term and long-term optimism about the prospects for the Canadian economy, with near-term recession concerns circulating in some economic circles dismissed as “overblown.” Canadian Construction Association (CCA) president Mary Van Buren said there is ample reason for positivity in the sector
One of the biggest challenges facing First Nations is the procurement of suitable housing for their members. At Buildex Vancouver 2023, a panel of housing experts will discuss how modular construction can help First Nations get the housing they need. The seminar, Bringing Rapid, Affordable Housing to First Nations Communities
A new report for investors on the 2023 prospects for a range of Canadian industries including construction states the future for the building sector looks generally positive, with healthy demand for services and backlogs in good shape. The report by ATB Capital Markets titled Diversified Industries: 2023 Cross Sector Outlook
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Panellists at a recent construction forecast event expressed both short-term and long-term optimism about the prospects for the Canadian economy, with near-term recession concerns circulating
One of the biggest challenges facing First Nations is the procurement of suitable housing for their members. At Buildex Vancouver 2023, a panel of housing
OTTAWA — The federal government has set aside billions of dollars to quickly build affordable housing across the country, but delays in construction suggest many
The Independent Contractors and Businesses Association’s (ICBA) annual Wage and Benefits Survey is hitting home the message that B.C. employers are finding it increasingly difficult
CUMBERLAND, N.S. — After months of delay, renovations at a hospital emergency department in northern Nova Scotia are drawing to a close. The provincial health
INUVIK, N.W.T. — The federal government is increasing its funding contribution for upgrades to an airport in the Northwest Territories by $80 million. It has
TORONTO — George Brown College’s (GBC) School of Continuing Education and The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transportation North America (CILTNA) have signed an agreement
TORONTO — The first half of 2023 should be strong for the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) construction economy, but slower growth is foreseen for the
SURREY, B.C. — Construction companies are anticipating labour shortages, historic wage increases and red tape frustration in 2023, according to a recent survey from the
A new report for investors on the 2023 prospects for a range of Canadian industries including construction states the future for the building sector looks
TORONTO – ReNew Canada has released its 2023 Top100 Projects report and transit infrastructure led this year’s list. The Top100 projects reached a total value
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