Landmark ruling would provide relief to contractors in bankruptcy cases

Payment issues demonstrate themselves in various forms and cause a lot of sleepless nights to the members of the Canadian Construction Association (CCA). Payment issues also trouble owners as projects may be delayed, and, at the end of the day, tax payers may suffer. This article provides an overview of an important win for our industry that protects trust funds from creditors, ensuring contractors can get paid in priority after a bankruptcy. Click here to read more.

CANSTech2020 – the Construction Technology and Innovation Trade Show

After a successful inaugural event in 2018, the Construction Association of Nova Scotia (CANS) is pleased to announce CANSTech2020 – the Construction Technology and Innovation Trade Show. Teaming up again with our Presenting Sponsor Procore, we are excited to bring you another round of world-class speakers and some of the best innovations our industry has to offer. Join us on February 27th, 2020  at the Cunard Centre and follow along at www.CANSTech.ca for more information. #CANSTech

Federal tax incentive creates big opportunity for firms purchasing new equipment.

Canadian construction companies have at least one reason to thank U.S. President Donald Trump.

He may have started the ongoing trade spat that’s caused havoc in the markets for construction steel and aluminum, but the recent American tax reforms he championed have prompted Ottawa to respond in kind, pushing forward changes designed to aid Canadian businesses, contractors included.

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Federal tax incentive creates big opportunity for firms purchasing new equipment

Canadian construction companies have at least one reason to thank U.S. President Donald Trump. He may have started the ongoing trade spat that’s caused havoc in the markets for construction steel and aluminum, but the recent American tax reforms he championed have prompted Ottawa to respond in kind, pushing forward changes designed to aid Canadian businesses, contractors included. Read more

ORBA speaker offers tips for dealing with generational differences in the workplace.

Organizations today can have up to five generations working together and the key to success is to understand those different mindsets and engage them.

That was the message from Giselle Kovary, president of n-gen People Performance Inc., a speaker at the Ontario Road Builders’ Association’s 92nd annual convention, Harmonizing the Future, held Feb. 4 in Toronto. Read More.