On behalf of the Construction Association of Nova Scotia’s President & CEO, Duncan Williams, as well as CANS Board of Directors, we invite you to one of our strategic planning consultations throughout Nova Scotia. Join us to provide your input on topics important to your organization and the construction industry. Refreshments will be provided.
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“I applaud the CANS team for initiating CANSTech and we are very excited to be participating Feb. 27, 2020, in Halifax, NS. I feel CANSTech is very important to the Atlantic Region because it offers a new and additional opportunity for suppliers, manufacturers and other stakeholders in the region to get in front of — not only architects but contractors, developers, owners, etc…”
“It’s crucially important to host and attend these types of events in Atlantic Canada. It’s inspiring and productive to come together as an industry and collectively “raise each others’ bars,” especially during this transitional time of digital transformation. We understand that digital transformation will result in time savings, increased quality, improved safety, greater sustainability and waste reduction. CANSTech is a venue that supports innovation that will drive economic growth and prosperity for our Region.”
UPDATE – 9:00 am: CANS office in Burnside will remain closed for the FULL day on Wednesday, January 8, 2020. CANS Sydney office WILL be open for the morning; however, it will close early at 11:30 am.
The trade data in the economic accounts represent provincial total and net expenditures in interprovincial (intP) and international (intN) markets. There are important differences in the characteristics of international and interprovincial trade. In this note, the focus is on interprovincial (intP) trade. Several components of interprovincial trade are considered separately and in combination. These include […]
Our colleagues at the Canadian Construction Association (CCA) have issued the following press release to voice their displeasure with the recent decision by the Supreme Court of Canada to reject the appeal brought forward by J. Cote & Son Excavating. This ruling has serious implications for contractors as it effectively upholds the use of reprisal […]
On Friday, November 29, 2019, the Construction Association of Nova Scotia (CANS) attended the West Hants Middle School Career Expo. The event brought together more than 500 middle-school-aged (grades 6-8) students to explore future career paths.
Today, Statistics Canada released Gross Domestic Product (GDP) data for Canada’s Census Metropolitan Areas (CMAs) and the areas outside of CMAs for 2016 and revised previous estimates for 2009-2015. All data are benchmarked to provincial nominal GDP at basic prices.
Did you know that CCDC 11- Contractor’s Qualification Statement was just updated? Effective December 6, 2019, CCDC 11 – 2019 will be in circulation.