Fort Mac will likely be frozen in just five months’ time. After that, costs are going to spiral upwards and production is going to drop.
We got five complaints. OK everyone else, let us have it. BTW, full marks to Jeanne and David for their spirit of fun.
We have “paid for it countless times over” in taxes and fees, says this Certified Engineering Technologist
You can let us know anonymously, if you like. We don’t want to shame you.
Our cover of Jeanne and David McGregor, hamming it up in a pretend disagreement, with Jean shaking her fist at David, raised the hackles of some readers
“Thank you in advance, but I didn’t just fall off the boat…”
“(Whenever) I went against my gut feeling, as alarms were going off, it didn’t end up pretty.”
If your contracting firm issued public shares, would you buy them? And would you then keep those shares for 20 or 30 years or longer?
This homeowner wrote a post asking for our readers’ experiences with the safety factor of this product – since his wife has asthma.
“Without unions nothing would get built. This is how Canada works so well.”
If you’ve ever wondered about the difference between top-notch and “ordinary” kitchen cabinets, have a look at how Morelli makes their world-class product in Etobicoke, Ontario.
But it’s not as if the author of this post, E. Hawkins, thinks the WSIB is doing a good job. He accuses the workplace insurance monopoly of corruption, among other sins.
Donald Brian Baker has been in business as a contractor with his wife for 21 years. He tells us he can relate to the McGregors.
“Will you ride into the sunset, or just walk away?” If you don’t plan to make your business a saleable entity, you will just be walking away…
Kitchen contractor rate: 9.1%. Arborist rate: 4.5%. What gives?
Peter G. Vohr was proud to see all four of his kids go into the trades. He started showing them the ropes starting in Grade 7.
“I will probably get hung out to dry on this one,” Joseph says.
“When a female steps into a male conversation she is usually left scratching her head…”