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Theatre and Brock arts school set to transform St. Catharines' downtown

The downtown of St. Catharines in the Niagara Region of southwest Ontario is undergoing a transformation. The topography and architecture of the town of approximately 130,000 people is already unusual. St. Paul's, the main street, curves around...

Toronto builds taller but sticks to old ways of building
Structural engineers and developers responsible for raising the skyline of Toronto to new heights met on November 5. The Canada Chapter of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH) held a breakfast meeting at the Faculty Club on...

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November 23, 2014Daily News

Amec Foster Wheeler is born - 40,000 worldwide
AMEC has announced that it has completed its acquisition of Foster Wheeler AG, creating a global company that will be known as Amec Foster Wheeler. The combined company will have a workforce of over 40,000 people in more than 50 countries. The...
Nov 18, 2014 4:07PM

Charbonneau says impact of Inquiry on Quebec has been profound
After three years the Commission of Inquiry looking into corruption in the Quebec construction industry has ended its hearings. On Friday, November 14 Justice France Charbonneau thanked her fellow commissioner Renaud Lachance and gave her...
Nov 18, 2014 4:05PM

Golder to lay off 500 people
Golder Associates announced on November 13 that it has undertaken a global evaluation of its business and "is taking a series of actions to create a stronger organization."
Nov 18, 2014 3:40PM

Report backs claims that Duffin Creek plant causing Ajax algae problem
The town of Ajax east of Toronto on Lake Ontario now has a report by an independent team of U.S. researchers to back its arguments that a wastewater treatment plant is causing unsightly algae pollution on its beaches.
Nov 18, 2014 3:38PM

SNC-Lavalin's "right-sizing" will affect 1,000 Canadian employees
Following its announcement last week about restructuring, SNC-Lavalin says it can't give more specific details other than that 1,000 Canadian employees will be affected.
Nov 11, 2014 11:50AM

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