Plunging oil prices, an aging workforce set to retire and moderate growth are all factors changing work conditions for Canadian construction, finds BuildForce Canada’s recent forecast. Read more.
The upcoming federal budget will reaffirm the Conservative government’s commitment to infrastructure spending, Industry Minister James Moore says, adding that a number of major infrastructure announcements are on the horizon. Read more.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: First cohort graduates from Executive Certificate in Construction Leadership program Halifax, NS – (07/04/2015) The Construction Association of Nova Scotia (CANS) congratulates the first cohort of the Executive Certificate in Construction Leadership, a new professional development program that was the result of a partnership between CANS and Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Management’s […]
The Nova Scotia Construction Guide is our annual directory circulated to approximately 750 CANS member companies, and over 750 architects, engineers, school boards, hospitals, municipal engineers, property managers and government buyers across Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador and beyond. The 2015 Nova Scotia Construction Guide highlights what we do at CANS, […]