Earlier today, the government of Nova Scotia released Budget 2024-25, including $1.6 billion for capital projects. With revenues of $15.8 billion and expenses of $16.5 billion, Budget 2024–25 estimates a deficit of $467.4 million (after consolidation and accounting adjustments).
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On March 7, HHB engineering staff are hosting a 90-minute virtual presentation to brief potential contractors on this $50 million opportunity.
Due to current weather conditions, CANS office will delay opening until 10 a.m. on Wednesday, February 14.
On Thursday, February 8, CANS kicked off its first event of the year with the CANS Construction Job Fair — and we are proud to say it was a huge success!
The Province of Nova Scotia is seeking potential suppliers they could contract with directly to provide assistance with snow removal efforts in Cape Breton. Specifically, the Province is inquiring about suppliers who can provide and operate heavy equipment for snow removal such as excavators, front loaders and dump trucks.
Update! 9:33 a.m. — Due to on-going cleanup efforts from the storm, CANS office will remain closed for the day today, Monday, February 5. As a reminder, while our physical office will have a delay in opening, our CANS staff are still available to assist our members virtually. Virtual training through CANS Education will run as planned.
February is Black History Month. Join CANS as we celebrate the achievements and contributions of Black Nova Scotians who are building our communities and advancing the construction industry. Throughout the month, and the rest of the year, we’ll honour Black excellence in our industry through profiles of people and businesses and provide tools and resources to help support your organization.
UPDATE! 9:14 a.m. — Based on current conditions and the forecast for the next few hours, CANS office will remain closed for the day on Monday, January 29, 2024. Staff will be working throughout the day remotely and are available to assist our members virtually whenever possible.
CANS Construction Job Fair has a new home! The event on February 8 is now at the Cedar Event Centre (111 Clayton Park Dr, Halifax, NS).