At J J McGuire

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June 6, 2018

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A Cause for Celebration: JJ McGuire Employee Awards

February 8, 2018

A Cause for Celebration:  J. J. McGuire Employee Awards January 27, 2018, was an evening of celebration for the J.J. McGuire family at the beautiful Grand Prix Track Event Centre … Read more

JJ McGuire President Jeff Robinson appointed Vice President of The Greater Oshawa Chamber of Commerce

January 26, 2018

J.J. McGuire President Jeff Robinson appointed Vice President of The Greater Oshawa Chamber of Commerce Congratulations to Jeff Robinson who was recently appointed as Vice President of The Greater Oshawa … Read more

From Around Durham, Ontario and Canada

Discretion and Fairness in Contractor Debarment

August 13, 2018

Contractor debarment in construction contracting by public-sector entities is a hot topic in Ontario’s construction industry. Debarment is a mechanism used by public sector entities … Read more

Canadian Coalition for Construction Steel Urges Caution on Tariffs, Quotas on Non-US Steel

July 30, 2018

Now that the Government of Canada has retaliated against unfair U.S. tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum, the Canadian Coalition for Construction Steel is urging … Read more

Energy efficiency drives design of Ontario waste management centre

July 23, 2018

The new Oxford County Waste Management and Education Centre in Ontario is an example of sustainable construction and renewable energy generation. It is anticipated the … Read more

Lawyers need to be aware of overhaul of construction laws

July 16, 2018

An overhaul of construction laws has the potential to reduce the number of payment disputes and speed up the dispute resolution process, lawyers say. During … Read more

Ontario lawyers bracing for building law changes

July 9, 2018

Ask Bruce Karn what is keeping him busy these days and the senior legal counsel at construction giant EllisDon will say it is the pending … Read more

Canadian protective measures against cheap foreign steel could raise home prices, say industry reps

July 2, 2018

Measures to protect the Canadian and American steel markets from cheap foreign steel may hurt the Canadian construction industry and raise the cost of home … Read more

Trades council says it can meet demand from $2-billion project

June 25, 2018

As Nova Chemicals gears up for $2-billion in construction in St. Clair Township, the president of the Sarnia-Lambton Building and Construction Trades Council says its … Read more

Major Halifax construction projects lead to calls for small business compensation

June 19, 2018

The upcoming summer season has many people daydreaming of wandering around downtown Halifax shops, perhaps even sitting on patios with a frosty beverage or two. … Read more

Amid nickel boom, Vale moves forward with underground mine at Voisey’s Bay

June 16, 2018

Brazilian mining giant Vale is capitalizing on a nickel boom and moving forward with its underground mine at Voisey’s Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Dwight … Read more

Canada: What You Need To Know About The July 2018 Amendments To The Ontario Construction Lien Act

June 6, 2018

On July 1, 2018, the first round of amendments to the Ontario Construction Lien Act – including its new name, the Construction Act – will … Read more