The new 17,569 square foot building, scheduled to open in 2023, will create a more accessible and efficient space for the organization’s vocational and day programming, including three social enterprises that provide training environments for participants. It will also allow them to better serve their growing customer base with room to accommodate up to 125 clients.
The tool was designed in partnership with Worksafe BC and BCCSA in 2017 to comply with Silica Monitoring Regulations in British Columbia. The tool is to be set to be available for CSNS in early 2023
On September 6, the province announced it is $7.1 million as part of a $20.8-million investment in the planning and design of a new Burnside Transit Centre in Dartmouth.
Canadians celebrate Labour Day each year on the first Monday in September, but what does the holiday really mean?
On August 26, 2022, the Honourable Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion, was in Truro, Nova Scotia, to announce over $28 million for the Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency’s Apprenticeship START Plus Project.
Canada’s pledge to reach net zero by 2050 will have a major impact on the business of construction, potentially calling for environmental performance and carbon emission reporting to help the government deliver on its targets. Have your say by responding to the Request for Information (RFI).
From Canadian Construction Association (CCA) – The demand for labour in non-residential construction is increasing thanks to the post-pandemic boom experienced by the construction industry.
Thank you to all the attendees of CANS Emerging Leaders Golf Tournament who joined us on Friday, August 19 at The Links at Montague for 9-holes of golf.
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CANS office will reopen on Tuesday, September 6 with regular business hours, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM.