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B.C. construction survey says wages to increase, skilled labourers sought, but market is tight

B.C. construction survey says wages to increase, skilled labourers sought, but market is tight

A new survey says construction wages in B.C. have increased despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. This week, the Independent Contractors and Businesses Association (ICBA) released its annual wage and benefits survey. The survey says because there’s a shortage of skilled workers, wages have increased despite construction employers facing an uncertain future. ICBA NEWS RELEASE:…

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Canada blocks Chinese Arctic gold mine takeover, citing national security

Canada blocks Chinese Arctic gold mine takeover, citing national security

Canadian officials have rejected Shandong Gold Mining’s bid to acquire Canada’s TMAC Resources, the companies said, with the Chinese miner adding that the sale was blocked on national security grounds. As the coronavirus pandemic has caused economic dislocation, countries from Australia to Canada have increased scrutiny on deals by state-run Chinese miners this year….

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Pipeline news brightens Canada’s gloomy oilpatch

Pipeline news brightens Canada’s gloomy oilpatch

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted December 20, 2020 11:37 am Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ The sombre mood that has gripped the Calgary-based oilpatch for several years is starting to show a few signs of…

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