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March 1, 2019 News

Winners of Ontario’s EnerQuality Awards announced

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The folks behind the ENERGY STAR rating system honour their contractor partners

February 27, 2019 News

BRIKS Design-Build Group named as a finalist in CHBA National Awards for Housing Excellence

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BRIKS is the only Toronto-based finalist in its renovation awards category

February 26, 2019 News

Saskatoon contractor who overcame mental health and addiction issues now “pays it forward”

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Chris Watt, owner and founder of Array Design and Contracting, Saskatoon, is helping others to get out of the “black hole” of substance abuse and mental illness

February 26, 2019 News

Business Interruption Insurance can be your company’s disaster lifeline

by John Bleasby

When things get rough, it’s great to have an insurance lifejacket

February 21, 2019 News

Ontario overhauls its provincial home warranty program

by John Bleasby

“Tarion is broken. We are taking decisive action,” says Minister Bill Walker

February 20, 2019 News

Canadian public and our planet need effective climate action and housing affordability

by Casey Edge

We’re missing the Big Picture on GHG’s and home buyers are paying the price

February 19, 2019 News

Is large equipment ownership anxiety holding your company back?

by John Bleasby

There are alternatives today with benefits for contractors of all sizes

February 14, 2019 News

OCOT and Apprentices for 2019: What we know so far

by John Bleasby

Ontario’s ratios have changed, but what about the Ontario College of Trades?

February 12, 2019 News

B.C. considers a full asbestos abatement “licensing scheme” for workers and businesses

by John Bleasby

Province’s move comes after new federal bans effective January 2019

February 7, 2019 News

Mitigating sound inside today’s homes

by John Bleasby

Fashionable hard flooring proves a challenge for quiet and privacy

February 6, 2019 News

A look at today’s building envelopes (Part 2: Do buildings need to breathe?)

by Grant Walkin

Interior building envelope ventilation should occur via a controlled system, not by random chance

February 5, 2019 News

Are you suffering from Self-Inflicted Service Injuries?

by John Bleasby

Good service is about meeting the needs of your customer, not meeting the convenience of your company!

February 1, 2019 News

Are you a roofer in the Toronto area? Join us next Thursday, Feb. 7, for business training to increase your bottom line

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Speaker Scott Siegal is CEO of the Certified Contractors Network, and is one of the most successful roofing contractors in North America

February 1, 2019 News

Overwhelmed by the pressures of your workday? Try this “timeline shortening” technique

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Steve Maxwell continues his series on the mental game of being a better contractor. Here he discusses how to focus better and worry less.

January 31, 2019 News

Three years later, where are those Tesla solar roof tiles?

by John Bleasby

Take our Tesla quiz to learn what is (and isn’t) going on!

January 29, 2019 News

Ottawa roofer fined $80,000 for fire that set two workers ablaze

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No fire extinguisher on hand, no emergency procedures in place

January 24, 2019 News

Winnipeg contractor shares the 5 ways he checks out someone he’s thinking of doing business with

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Stan lists a “QB Search” as number one on his due diligence methods. No, it’s nothing to do with football… but a “Queen’s Bench Search”

January 24, 2019 News

Is your small business ready for Canada’s new tax rules? (Part Three)

by John Bleasby

Employment insurance premiums and small business tax rates change