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While COVID-19 continues to decimate our lives – both personally and professionally – there is some good news to share.
In an effort to boost our struggling economy, stimulus funding from the federal and provincial governments has been received at the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) head office. More than 60 projects are available to bidding contractors, with more projects to come over the next several weeks and months.
By Martin Charlton Communications
If you’re a local road construction contractor, there’s plenty of good news headed your way.
The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM), thanks to substantial stimulus funding from both the federal and provincial governments, has more than 60 projects on the market and available to bidding contractors.
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The Ministry of Highways is pleased to announce the official launch of its new Doing Business with the Ministry website. The current site has reached its end of life and we are now transitioning to the new site, which is located on Publications Saskatchewan. The ministry chose to move to Publications Saskatchewan to be consistent with all other ministries.
The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) has released a research paper, Strength, resilience, sustainability: Canada’s construction sector recommendations on adapting to climate change. The paper highlights the benefits of sustainable and resilient infrastructure that can withstand the effects of climate change and stresses the imperative of investing in sustainable infrastructure, particularly as COVID-19 economic recovery efforts are underway.
Featuring Josh Safronetz, H.J.R. Asphalt Ltd. and 2nd Vice Chair on the SHCA Board of Directors
Construction requirements across Canada are expected to rebound in 2021 in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and rise through the coming decade – albeit at more muted levels than in the past 10 years. The strength and pace of recovery, however, will vary among provinces, and will depend significantly on the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, the recovery in consumer and business confidence, the global demand for Canadian exports and the lifting of restrictions on international travel. This is according to the latest labour market forecast released at the end of March by BuildForce Canada.
The Western Canada Roadbuilders & Heavy Construction Association (WCR&HCA) has thrown its weight behind a campaign for renewed federal investment in trade gateways and corridors in the west.
Even at the best of times, social media platforms can be a minefield. But that shouldn’t deter you from sharing your content with the online community.
Social media can be challenging to navigate, yet it’s also the most efficient means of travel for your blogs, newsletters and videos. Social media is where you’ll find clients and customers.