Carleton University’s Professor Abd El Halim is Shortening Construction Season

There's a funny joke you usually hear about the weather in Canada, "There's only two seasons, Winter and construction." As telling as the wisecrack can be, manoeuvring through traffic just to get to class or work everyday is more of a headache than a joke. The average Canadian spends at least 30 minutes a day

SPOTLIGHT: Matt Farrell, C.E.T., CBCO, Helping Build Rural Ontario

Matt Farrell, C.E.T., CBCO Chief Building Official(CBO), Township of Huron-Kinloss Vice President, Ontario Building Officials Association Grey Bruce OACETT chapter member     Matt knew he wanted to work in the construction industry since helping to rebuild his family's barn after an unfortunate fire when he was 14. He remembers his curiousity ran high the summer of

Happy 183rd Birthday Toronto

The town of York, established 1793, was not incorporated into a city until March 6th 1834. Back then few large structures existed in the city. With a population well over 2.7 million people now, Toronto is the 4th most populous city on the continent and is consistently voted as one of the most liveable cities (usually

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