December 31, 2012
VIDEO: Journal of Commerce Update for the week of January 7th, 2013
In this week's update, we look at some of the stories we'll be covering in the Journal of Commerce for the week of January 7th, 2013.
Staff writer Richard Gilbert has a story about the United Steelworkers Union challenging the ownership claims of Huiyong Holdings, a company that is importing temporary foreign workers (TFWs) from China. The report questions whether the company has ties to the Chinese government.
Correspondent Carol Christian has a story about construction crews working in extremely cold temperatures in Fort McMurray, and Peter Kenter has a story about the role of aboriginal government in P3 projects.
Columnist Stephen Bauld explains how to use defensive tactics to avoid big-rigging, and make sure to watch our latest feature video about the Evergreen Line, one of the biggest projects in the Lower Mainland in 2013.
|MOST POPULAR STORIES|
|TODAY’S TOP CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS|
These projects have been selected from 433 projects with a total value of $3,210,413,882 that Reed Construction Data Building Reports reported on Thursday.
$700,000,000 North Vancouver, Dist Mun BC Prebid
$100,000,000 Abbotsford BC Negotiated
$75,000,000 Calgary AB Negotiated
- VIDEO: Canadian Construction Association conference Panama preview
- Concerns raised about P3 approach for Saskatchewan schools
- Journal of Commerce Preview for the week of March 10th, 2014
- Wood Design Awards
- Lone bidder prepares P3 proposal for Alberta schools
- Outgoing chair reflects on time at the helm of the CCA
- School board asks for traditional procurement
- Site Services in Vancouver
- Looking to improve contract awards
- Environmental verdict riles Taseko
- Prentice to mediate First Nations agreements
- CAWIC funded to create action plan to attract women
- More video surveillance used on construction sites
- Modular workforce housing meets Alberta Building Code standard
- Manitoba outlines infrastructure plan
- BC Hydro posts RFQ for Site C project
- CCA96th: Unlocking Canada's Potential
- VIDEO: LiUNA Local 183 Training Centre introduces new programs
- Wins delivered on infrastructure front: Rizzardo
- Behind the Velodrome’s Veil
- Ontario’s prompt payment bill needs work but supported
- Southwest L-evation
- Post-bid clarifications make feds liable for bid repair
- Panama Construction Fact for Today
- Ritchie Bros. hold first Canadian auction of 2014
- Skilled labour needs changing in Saskatchewan
- Quebec’s construction momentum ebbs after 15 years of expansion