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Winnipeg Foundation offers $5 million for faster archive, bridge construction - Winnipeg

Winnipeg Foundation offers $5 million for faster archive, bridge construction – Winnipeg

The Winnipeg Foundation has announced a major funding offer to the city, in hopes of speeding up two city infrastructure projects. The Foundation offered Winnipeg up to $5 million, to go towards creating a bridge from pedestrians and bikers between downtown and Osborne Village. “A new pedestrian and cycling bridge connecting downtown and Osborne Village will…

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Canada Goose delays China flagship store opening, citing ‘construction’ issues amid Huawei spat

Canada Goose delays China flagship store opening, citing ‘construction’ issues amid Huawei spat

Canada Goose has cancelled the opening of its flagship China store, which was scheduled for Saturday, citing construction delays. The cancellation comes as the luxury clothing company faces the ire of Chinese consumers, many of whom are upset over the Canadian arrest of Huawei’s chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou. READ MORE: Canada Goose’s stock plummets amidst…

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Coroner’s inquest to be held into death at Saint John construction site - New Brunswick

Inquiry wants mandatory climber helmets, stable equipment after Saint John construction site death – New Brunswick

A jury has released its recommendations on how to improve safety at construction sites in New Brunswick after an inquiry into the death of Christopher Adam Carleton. Carleton, an insulator with Grandview Insulation, fell from a 10-foot ladder onto his head on Feb. 5, while insulating pipes at the Irving Oil headquarters project in Saint…

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Montreal to compensate businesses affected by construction - Montreal

Montreal to compensate businesses affected by construction – Montreal

The City of Montreal has announced it will be awarding merchants direct financial compensation for lost revenues due to road work. Retail shops, restaurants and others could receive up to $30,000 a year in financial aid. City officials are touting it as a first of its kind in Canada. “This is historic,” said Robert Beaudry, executive…

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