Canadian Contractor


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February 19, 2020  

Opinion: It’s like maggots on decaying corpses

Last week, we ran a press release from Skills

February 18, 2020  

I am terrified…

Several years back, reader Dean Kadikoff wondered when Canada

February 13, 2020  

Nobody rips me off

We recently ran a column by Steve Ryan in

February 13, 2020  

This is not a new method

Mike revived the Straightforward Pricing discussion last week, and

February 11, 2020  

Murder is not the right strategy

Last week, we published an article about a contractor

February 5, 2020  

I don’t like the prices

Several years ago, we wrote an article about a

February 5, 2020  

Opinion: OCOT’s demise should be expedited by cobras and red ants

The ongoing saga of the Ontario College of Trades

February 5, 2020  

It’s all a money grab! … Is that really the story you want to tell?

By Steve Ryan We all have our list of

January 30, 2020  

Opinion: Let the OCOT die

A couple of weeks ago, Rick Hjelholt wrote in

January 29, 2020  

Heat loss is a bigger issue in Canada

About a week and a half ago, we documented

January 28, 2020  

New public review of National Building Code includes energy efficiency

By Casey Edge Codes Canada has announced a public

January 23, 2020  

Locked out of a job

About a week and a half ago, we documented

January 23, 2020  

Thrown to the wolves

As a contractor, it should be your goal to

January 21, 2020  

Another bad heat pump experience

A couple of years ago, we wrote a piece

January 16, 2020  

Opinion: Are unions really evil?

Our article in May about carpentry unions cracking down

January 16, 2020  

Opinion: We do not need the OCOT

While RJ argued that the Ontario College of Trades

January 14, 2020  

Bathroom Reno Surprise

Our 2012 article about ensuring you get paid rings

December 19, 2019  

RenoMark has its place

A couple of weeks ago, we wrote about RenoMark,