Investments
June 30, 2010, Saskatchewan – Highways and Infrastructure Minister Jim Reiter has announced an updated five-year capital plan for improving Saskatchewan's transportation network.
Anyone who has driven around Metro Vancouver recently will know that traffic congestion has become a major regional issue and, as in urban centres elsewhere, this congestion is the combined effect of rapidly rising population and ageing infrastructure.
March 29, 2010 - Newfoundland and Labrador will spend a whopping $1 billion in the coming year building and repairing its infrastructure, says a CBC news report issued today.
February 25, 2010 - In announcing $4.2 billion in new projects this year to fix Quebec's battered highway network, Transport Minister Julie Boulet also named Jacques Duchesneau to prop up her government's battered reputation, the Montréal Gazette reported yesterday.
NEWS HIGHLIGHT $ 4.2 billion for Quebec highways In announcing $ 4.2 billion in new projects this year to fix Quebec's battered highway network, Transport Minister Julie Boulet also named Jacques Duchesneau to prop up her government's battered reputation.
June 10, 2009 - The 2009 highway construction season will create more than 16,000 direct and indirect jobs and expand, repair and improve highways, roads and bridges across the province, according to today’s McGuinty government announcement. 
For some time now, the proponents of rigid pavements have been promoting concrete roads over flexible pavements built with hot mix asphalt.
An Ontario contractor is playing a key role in the province’s highway construction program.
This past summer saw the passing of two men, Jack Cewe of Coquitlam, B.C. and Ian Jennings, P. Eng., of Oakville, Ont., whose outstanding leadership in the Canadian aggregates industry along with a deep commitment to both their family and their community over many decades won’t soon be forgotten.
Aggregates & Roadbuilding recently visited Ottawa to see at first hand how contractors are turning the capital’s ambitious infrastructure program into reality.
A look at this month's top industry news stories.
Capping one of the busiest construction seasons in its history, Alberta invested more than $4.1 billion during 2007 on new roads, new and upgraded schools, expanded post secondary institutes and health facilities.
Premier Gordon Campbell and Transportation Minister Kevin Falcon recently announced a massive $14 billion transit plan for British  Columbia. The plan calls for $11.1 billion in new funding, with the province committing $4.75 billion, and the remainder coming from partners including the federal government, TransLink and local government.
The Honourable Dianne Whalen, Minister of Transportation and Works recently announced that the Government of Newfoundland & Labrador will invest $182 million in road improvements, the largest such funding in the province’s history.
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