Canadian Contractor


August 21, 2013 News

She retires from a long career at Saskatoon renovation firm, then loses home and everything else in High River flood

by Steve Payne

Betty Tibble and her husband Ted were looking forward to a happy retirement in High River, Alberta, after Betty retired from renovation firm JABA Construction

August 6, 2013 Voice

Is Toronto's condo construction due for a downturn?

by Alec Caldwell

According to some experts, the current condo building boom is not sustainable and is due a downturn within the next two years. The present Canadian income to debt ratio is running at its highest ever, 167 per cent, according to

August 6, 2013 Voice

Is Toronto’s condo construction due for a downturn?

by Alec Caldwell

According to some experts, the current condo building boom is not sustainable and is due a downturn within the next two years. The present Canadian income to debt ratio is running at its highest ever, 167 per cent, according to

July 2, 2013 News

Even before Calgary flood, Alberta renovation work plentiful

by Steve Payne

Alberta and Saskatchewan are the fastest-growing renovation markets, AltusGroup says

March 22, 2012 News

Sell on value, not price

by Robert Koci

How many times do you hear, “The customer only cares about the price”? Here’s the truth: price is only an issue when it is presented as the only benefit.

January 1, 2012 Voice

Reliable Dry: Best practices for keeping water out of basements

by Steve Maxwell

There are three main categories of features that work together to make a basement reliably dry.