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CANS office will close early today, Friday, January 20, 2023, at 2 PM due to inclement weather.
Did you know? Andrew is one of seven siblings!
From CBC News — The Houston government’s decision to rework the QEII redevelopment plan left behind after the Liberals were voted out of office means local contractors will now likely bid on the more spread-out construction projects, according to Duncan Williams, CEO of the Construction Association of Nova Scotia.
The Construction Association of Nova Scotia (CANS) wishes to advise our members that the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) has received regular complaints from residents living near construction sites (mostly large multi-story buildings) about concrete splatter on their vehicles and buildings.
Please be advised that CANS office will close for the winter holidays at 12 p.m. (noon) on Friday, December 23, reopening at 8a.m. on January 3, 2023.
The fourth issue of Construction Pulse, the Construction Association of Nova Scotia’s industry magazine, is now live!
The following information is being provided to CANS Members and Traffic Control companies currently working in HRM. The image shown in this memo was shared on social media in June 2020. The image, and others like it, illustrate the hazards that construction signage creates for pedestrians when not placed correctly.
Current and future workplace challenges ask a lot from leaders and supervisors. Male supervisors in skilled trades identified the need to learn how to create inclusive work environments, suitable for both women, men and gender non-binary people. This course has been created and designed based on feedback and needs expressed by tradespeople.