January 9, 2013
Journal of Commerce Update for the week of January 14th, 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 14th, 2013.
A Langley, B.C. contractor has tracked down his stolen excavator. Using Google Earth and his Cessna plane, Assertive Excavating and Demolitions owner Mike Holloway was able to find the stolen item before local police.
Staff writer Richard Gilbert has a story about the partnership between Chevron Canada and Apache Canada Ltd. which moves forward the proposed Kitimat Natural Gas facility project in northeastern B.C.
Our editorial advisory board answers “what will be the biggest challenge of 2013?” and columnist Korky Koroluk looks at the new Federal Skilled Trades program.
Make sure to check out this week’s feature video, which showcases the ceremony held every year to memorialize the Bentall 4 workers who lost their lives more than thirty years ago.
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|TODAY’S TOP CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS|
These projects have been selected from 309 projects with a total value of $9,233,720,297 that Reed Construction Data Building Reports reported on Wednesday.
$1,600,000,000 Wood Buffalo AB Prebid
$190,000,000 Edmonton AB Prebid
$125,000,000 Central Okanagan RD BC CANCELLED/ DEFERRED
- VIDEO: Journal of Commerce Update for the week of December 9th, 2013
- Vandals cause nearly $250,000 in water damage
- Construction cut back in latest B.C. budget update
- Alberta and Manitoba led the pack for labour productivity
- Feds infrastructure commitment re-affirmed
- Infrastructure impacted by climate change
- West End Residential rises
- Changing procurement impacts felt
- Aurora LNG files export bid
- New Brunswick premier touts pipeline jobs
- Concrete awards recognize Ontario’s best
- New changes will strengthen the culture
- Highway projects completed for 2013
- Lack of established areas driving up home prices
- Auto association pushes for dedicated funding
- New airport construction breaks ground
- U.S. manufacturing sector rising at a quick pace
- Oil projects help to lower deficit