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Largest Construction Companies in Canada

Construction activity continues to fuel housing demands and needs for highly-modernized civic and commercial spaces. Hundreds of Canadian contractors have hit fresh heights in response, making success in this highly competitive space as elusive as ever. 

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The Best Advice Ever Given by a Superintendent

If you are new to supervising construction, and you really want to get an idea of what’s required to excel at construction management, you should talk to a superintendent. If there is one person who has their fingers on the pulse of the jobsite, it’s the superintendent.

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Cementing a Cure for a Healthier Planet

Concrete is everywhere—and it will outlive people on the planet. But while many people might connote concrete with a stale, ubiquitous material, it turns out that making the common building item involves massive carbon emissions.

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Canada’s Biggest and Best Construction Achievements

Canadians are known to be a little shy when it comes to boasting about their construction achievements. With an almost dismissive air, Canadian construction professionals play down their feats. Here are some of the biggest, best, and wackiest construction projects from across our great nation.

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Why Excel is Dangerous for Your Business

Forbes suggests that Excel might be “the most dangerous software on the planet” and Fortune accuses Excel of “ruining the world.” If it’s so popular, why the harsh criticism? Click through to get your facts straight and find out why Excel is really not helping your business excel.

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Cannabis Legalization in Canada: What it Means for the Industry

With the legalization of cannabis growth, sales, and consumption—is it possible those who provide the infrastructure for marijuana cultivation and sales will do better than the growers and retailers? There’s definitely a frenzy, with newly minted companies dealing in cannabis having posted unrealistic market capitalizations.

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