Entries by CANS

CANS 2020 Softball Tournament – Cancelled

As COVID-19 has evolved over the last few months, we have seen many guidelines and restrictions placed on public activities. To this end, we have made the difficult decision to cancel our 2020 CANS Softball Tournament, which had been planned for August 2020.

Secure Your Respectful and Inclusive Workplaces PIN Today (Online Course)

Support diversity and inclusive practices in your workplace with an accessible online course designed for anyone working in construction! CANS has partnered with Buildforce Canada, Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency and Department of Labour and Advanced Education to offer Working in a Respectful and Inclusive Workplace Online course for FREE to our members.

CANS Developing Executives Committee – Call for Applications

CANS Developing Executives (D.E.) Committee is looking for a new member! Established in 2001, the CANS D.E. Committee provides a venue for new employees of CANS member companies to network and become more involved in the construction industry by hosting five to six annual networking events and initiatives.

CANS Industry Trend Session – Smarter Spaces Presents “Planning to Re-Open?”

Your doors are opened or opening to the public. Are you ready for physical distancing within your space? Here at Smarter Spaces we are aware of the challenges that businesses will face. Using our existing technologies to provide a “birds eye view” in conjunction with our Emergency Planning expertise, we are able to help you plan out your space. With a plan in place, we can help you maximize the number of people that can use your space safely.

COVID-19: Nova Scotia at A Glance

Cases of COVID-19 As of July 7, Nova Scotia has four active cases of COVID-19. No new cases were identified on July 6. All told, the province has reported 1,065confirmed cases of the virus. Read the full release from the Province here. New Gathering Limits Announced The new gathering limits are now in effect.  If a recognized […]

Funding Reminder for Apprentices from the Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency (NSAA)

Apprentices are reminded of the financial support available through the Canada Apprentice Loan. The Canada Apprentice Loan is a federal initiative to help you complete your apprenticeship in a designated Red Seal trade. With the Canada Apprentice Loan, an apprentice can receive up to $4,000 in interest-free loans per level of technical training.