/Tag: Ontario

Ontario Society of Professional Engineers

Outstanding Contributions To The Ontario Economy   By Anna Guy It’s a new day for engineers in Ontario in more than one way. March 1, 2018, marked the inaugural Professional Engineers Day in Ontario, recognizing the vital role that professional engineers play in building, innovating and safeguarding the province. By working closely with the [...]


Construction Demathieu & Bard Inc

Company Known for Value Engineering Sets Sights on Ontario By Anna Guy Few global companies have a history as celebrated as Demathieu Bard Construction. Founded in 1861, the France-based company has a long and impressive resume within the industry as a significant contributor to the growth of the French national rail company’s infrastructures, with [...]


Provincial Building and Construction Trades Council of Ontario

A Collective Voice For Ontario's Construction Workers   Health and Safety, Infrastructure Investments, Apprenticeship and Training, Fair Wages, Diversity in the Industry. On issues that affect their livelihoods, the Building and Construction Trades Council of Ontario is the collective voice for the 150,000 construction workers in the province. History of the Building Trades in [...]


Greater Sudbury Airport

Connecting to the world   By Anna Guy It’s been an active year for the Greater Sudbury Airport. A year ago, Todd Tripp was brought on board as the new CEO of the Sudbury Airport Community Development Corporation (SACDC), bringing with him a wealth of knowledge and expertise in aviation from his experience working [...]


Leamington, Ontario Canada

Home to sunshine, industry and growth By Rajitha Sivakumaran Click to view Brochure No municipality demonstrates the importance of location better than Leamington, an urban centre that sits along the most southern edge of Ontario, overlooking Lake Erie. Being located in the vicinity of Point Pelee National Park doesn’t just bring in [...]


Canadian Motor Speedway (CMS)

Starting the engines for the Canadian Motor Speedway By Jacquelin Bhandari Click to view Brochure If you live anywhere in southern Ontario, you’ll know that when the ice melts, the minds of racing enthusiasts turn to motorsports. Even the smaller towns have their own oval tracks, road courses, karting tracks and drag [...]


Circle P Paving

Building trust for 36 years By Rajitha Sivakumaran Click to view Brochure In the spring of 1979, at the age of 14, Rick Phibbs became acquainted with infrastructure labour while working for his father’s newly opened business, Circle P Paving. Thirty-seven years later, this organization continues its legacy as a family-owned business, [...]


Ontario Parks

The protectors of Ontario's wild side By Rajitha Sivakumaran Click to view Brochure Occupying more than 10 per cent of the world’s second largest country, Ontario truly is yours to discover with its sprawling urban centres and charming farming communities. But discovery can become a completely transformed experience if exploration enthusiasts were [...]


Aboriginal Apprenticeship Board of Ontario (AABO)

Paving the way for successful careers in skilled trades Click to view Brochure By Cheryl Long The need for skilled labour across Canada continues to grow, and more than one group believes that the answer lies among the country’s aboriginal population. By increasing the number of First Nations, Métis and Inuit people [...]


BEC On-site : Aboriginal Apprenticeship Board of Ontario Fifth Annual Conference

Strong Partnerships take spotlight at annual AABO Conference By Cheryl Long In November 2015, the Aboriginal Apprenticeship Board of Ontario (AABO) held its fifth annual conference in Niagara Falls, Ontario, which brought together a cross-section of groups working together to increase the number of aboriginal people employed in skilled trades in Ontario. Last year’s [...]