Toll Free

1-800-555-1234

Toll Free
Get A Quote
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…

Read More
N.B. RCMP asking for public’s help as they investigate construction site break-in, theft - New Brunswick

N.B. RCMP asking for public’s help as they investigate construction site break-in, theft – New Brunswick

New Brunswick RCMP are asking for the public’s help as they investigate a break-in and theft at a construction site in Hanwell, N.B., a town 15 minutes south of Fredericton. Police say that sometime between Dec. 31, 2018, and Jan. 2, 2019, someone broke into a recently constructed building in the Hanwell industrial park, eventually breaking into a…

Read More
After Wet’suwet’en protests, when might Trans Mountain get built? ‘Not anytime soon’: business leader - National

After Wet’suwet’en protests, when might Trans Mountain get built? ‘Not anytime soon’: business leader – National

Construction on the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline project is probably unlikely to begin any time soon. In an interview with the West Block‘s Mercedes Stephenson, Goldy Hyder, the president of the Business Council of Canada, said based on renewed tensions between law enforcement and Indigenous people blockading pipeline work sites over the past week, he’s…

Read More
Talks between First Nations, RCMP continue to break impasse over pipeline construction in northern B.C.

Talks between First Nations, RCMP continue to break impasse over pipeline construction in northern B.C.

A meeting is underway between RCMP and hereditary chiefs of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation over the details of a tentative agreement that would allow Coastal GasLink the accessit needs to a pipeline work site in northern British Columbia. On Thursday, hereditary chiefs told residents and supporters of the Unist’ot’en healing camp that the deal would…

Read More
Edmonton’s End of the World lookout open to public - Edmonton

Edmonton’s End of the World lookout open to public – Edmonton

After roughly two months of construction work, Edmonton’s Keillor Point lookout, more commonly referred to as “End of the World,” is almost completely upgraded and open to visitors. A spokesperson for the city said Friday Keillor Point is open to the public, with the exception of some gravel trails. READ MORE: Construction begins on Edmonton’s End…

Read More