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On Oct. 18, Ritchie Bros. is hosting the auction for the complete dispersal from Cara Dawn Transport following the retirement of Dave Wellings. The auction is taking place at 1512 N. Fleet Street in Regina, on Cara Dawn Transport’s land.
We’re lowering ad rates in 2020 to help SHCA members thrive.
At Lester, the official publishing partner of SHCA, we understand that times are tough for construction companies in Saskatchewan. But did you know that an economic slowdown is one of the best times to market your business?
The SHCA Convention is taking place in Regina, Nov. 21–22. Have you registered yet?
A B.C. construction association is heating up the rhetoric around already controversial public infrastructure agreements.
The Progressive Contractors Association of Canada (PCA) is calling out the B.C. government for what it calls “fake” community benefits agreements (CBAs) used on major infrastructure projects in the province.
Speak up and have your voice heard. The Saskatchewan government is waiting to hear from you.
The Manitoba Heavy Construction Association recently published its eighth supplement in the Winnipeg Free Press to promote the need for increased roadbuilding in the province.
The Ministry of Immigration and Career Training has released the provincial labour demand outlook for the forecast period 2019–23. The following three reports provide current, accurate and valuable labour force data. They serve as planning tools to inform and support policy and program decisions, workforce planning and career development by a variety of users including education and training providers, industry associations, employers, government, employment/career practitioners and individuals wanting to make career choices.
Fifteen years have passed, and Carla Minogue still feeds there's a need to share her story.
She knows she's fortunate to have that voice. Others who were in her shoes don't have the opportunity.
By Paul Martin, Martin Charlton Communications
When Stan Schmidt became president of the Saskatchewan Chamber in 1999, he set the local business community on a course we are still navigating to this day.