Canadian Contractor


March 27, 2015 News

Three years of job losses for Alberta construction firms: forecast

by Steve Payne

Alberta construction employment is predicted to drop by 15 per cent or more over the next three years

October 14, 2013 News

Referral marketing 101: Keep your existing customers coming back for more

by Robert Koci

Your best lead for future work is an existing customer. Don’t wait for them to call you for the next renovation. Follow these steps to keep them coming back for more.

September 17, 2013 News

Surety bonds: how to best position your construction company

by Steve Payne

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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