COVID-19 has significantly affected job prospects for youth pondering careers in the hospitality and restaurant industries. However, the construction industry might be able to benefit from that.
The development approval processes used by municipalities in Ontario are fragmented, lengthy, and often downright confusing for many builders who must use the system. However, help could soon be on the way.
The Canadian construction industry took some heavy body blows at the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis but found its legs quickly and appears to be on the road to recovery.
Little more than seven years ago, Mallorie Brodie and Lauren Lake met at a young entrepreneurship program. The two women had very different academic backgrounds but had a shared dream—to establish a thriving business.
Mass timber is gaining popularity for tall builds because it's a relatively clean, cost-effective resource.
A new, $200-million distribution centre for e-commerce giant Amazon is slowly starting to rise from a once-vacant plot of scrubland in Citigate Corporate Business Park in Barrhaven in the south end of Ottawa.