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Construction workers threaten to go on strike - Montreal

Construction workers threaten to go on strike – Montreal

QUEBEC CITY – Construction workers in Quebec are threatening to go on strike, after negotiations over their new collective agreement stalled. The Alliance syndicale de la construction said the strike would start on Monday. The last time Quebec suffered a general strike in the construction industry was in 1976. “Every work done by construction workers…

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Dufferin St. Bridge closed 18 months for construction - Toronto

Dufferin St. Bridge closed 18 months for construction – Toronto

WATCH: The Dufferin Street Bridge will be closed for almost 18 months. Marianne Dimain reports.  TORONTO- The Dufferin Street Bridge will be closed to motorists for about 18 months for major repairs beginning Wednesday, as the city prepares a stopgap alternative for a structure supposed to last another few years before a permanent replacement’s built….

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Feds not ruling out airport on Pickering Lands - Toronto

Feds not ruling out airport on Pickering Lands – Toronto

TORONTO – The federal government has not ruled out building an airport in Pickering 40 years after expropriating land for its construction and a year after announcing a massive national park next door. “For residents of Durham Region and the GTA, the Harper government is ending decades of uncertainty about the future of the Pickering Lands,”…

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Defying odds, Toronto condo boom revives in May

Defying odds, Toronto condo boom revives in May

Despite mounting concern about a slide in prices, Toronto’s condominium developers barreled full steam ahead in May hiring more workers to start construction amid a pickup in new projects being launched. Construction began on about 2,400 condominium units in May, according to fresh figures released by the Canada Mortgage Housing Corp. Monday – a strong…

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Construction continues along Avenue Road - Toronto

Construction continues along Avenue Road – Toronto

TORONTO – Commuters could face long delays along Avenue Road this summer. The city of Toronto started road and sidewalk repairs along Avenue Road between Bloor Street and Lawrence Avenue on Monday. The repairs are the culmination of two years of watermain replacement and other infrastructure improvements along Avenue Road. Stephen Buckley, the General Manager…

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