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  • Golder three-peats as a top 10 employer in Canada

    February 10, 2014 by

    Golder Associates Ltd. is being honoured by the Financial Post and Mediacorp as one of Canada’s Ten Best Companies To Work For in 2014. As part of the Canada’s Top 100 Employers competition, this special designation is reserved for fast-growing

  • Terrance Oakey to lead Canada’s Open Shop cause

    July 23, 2011 by

    Canada’s Open Shop construction industry is going to expand its efforts on the national stage with Terrance Oakey at the helm as the organization’s first full-time president. Oakey will be responsible for expanding the national presence and influence of the

  • 49 per cent of construction and property companies looking to hire in 2011

    May 13, 2011 by

    49 per cent of construction and property (C&P) companies will add to their head count in Canada this year, according to a recent survey conducted by Hays Specialist Recruitment. Across the industry, demand for roles ranging from site based employees to

  • NAWIC to observe Women in Construction Week

    February 18, 2011 by

    The National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) will celebrate Women in Construction (WIC) Week, March 6-12, 2011. Founded in 1955, NAWIC is an international association serving more than 150 chapters in the United States, with affiliates in Canada, Australia,

  • Halcrow Yolles adds new leadership for building structures practice

    February 4, 2011 by

    One of the largest structural engineering firms in Toronto, Halcrow Yolles welcomes two new senior additions to the leadership team of its building structures practice: senior principal, David Bannister and senior associate, Ken Sissakis. David brings more than 30 years

  • Finding Top Talent during Economic Recovery

    November 15, 2010 by

    A slight upturn in the state of the Canadian economy has meant a return to normalcy and an improvement in conditions and operations for most businesses. Unfortunately, this improvement is countered by an increase in the difficulties associated with attracting