The Singing Contractors: Indiana carpenters become unlikely internet starsby John Bleasby
Aaron and Josh are as surprised as anyone to have compiled online views of more than 100 million
DEWALT spreads holiday joy during ‘Pay-It-Forward Day’by canadiancontractor
DEWALT employees visited a grocery store and randomly chose customers in the checkout line to pay for their groceries
Do you have work site insurance for your tools?by John Bleasby
Stolen tools mean downtime, financial loss and headaches all round
A super-insulated Toronto semi demonstrates a leading edge approach to energy performanceby John Bleasby
A homeowner puts his building science profession into personal practice
Christmas comes early? Ottawa agrees to make National Building Code (online version) FREEby Steve Payne
Having to pay for the NBC has been a ridiculous policy for years. Now the Federal Government is making it free.
Answering readers’ questions on ICFs, Part 2 (VIDEO)by canadiancontractor
Gary Meine from NUDURA answers Canadian Contractor readers’ questions about ICFs
The benefits of hiring a qualified home inspector prior to renovationsby John Bleasby
It’s a small price to pay to avoid expensive surprises later
Don’t forget to enter our new Dilemma Contest! Dr. Jekyll and Mrs. Hydeby John Bleasby
You could win a DeWalt 20V MAX cordless jigsaw!
Answering readers’ questions on ICFs, Part 1 (VIDEO)by canadiancontractor
Gary Meine, architectural technologist for NUDURA, discusses why builders usually find the switch to ICFs over stick-frame houses relatively easy
Ensuring a safe workplace for everyoneby John Bleasby
Sexual harassment is very much in the news – and construction job sites are not immune to it
We have the technology in this industry. Why aren’t we using it? Report from The Buildings Showby Steve Payne
Nov. 27, Canadian Contractor hosted a panel discussion on Residential Construction Technology. Here is a brief report.
Site Tips Episode 11 (VIDEO): FOUR things (most) tape measures can do – that you may not know aboutby canadiancontractor
A tape measure can be used as a “slide rule” and three other cool things you can do with a good quality model of tape
Make it a Construction Christmas for your favourite little one!by John Bleasby
Son, daughter, niece or nephew — gifts to inspire the next generation
When it comes to building codes, we get what we tolerateby Casey Edge
Casey Edge questions Canada’s building code review process
Finding a path through Canada’s energy-efficiency certification programs: Part Threeby John Bleasby
Is BuiltGreen the home building certification Canada is looking for?
New Brunswick to raise Workers Comp rates by 70 per cent next yearby canadiancontractor
The average 2019 rate paid by employers in NB will be $2.92 per $100 of payroll, up from $1.70 in 2018.
Previously convicted contractor Calvin Gordon, facing legal actions from clients, countersues themby John Bleasby
Gordon and his partner claim damages from their clients for “assault, intentional infliction of distress, nuisance, breach of privacy, conspiracy to injure, loss of income, and defamation of character.” The matter is headed for trial in Orillia, Ontario, early in 2019
Finding a path through Canada’s energy-efficiency certification programs: Part Twoby John Bleasby
NR Canada teams up with the CHBA team up to help builders navigate their way