Canadian Contractor


Voices

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,

December 19, 2019  

Do it without hesitation

Just over a month ago, we published an article

December 19, 2019  

CMHC is an enigma – here’s why

By Casey Edge Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation is

December 12, 2019  

Inquiring minds want to know

In response to our recent article about the Phoenix

December 11, 2019  

Staying in the office

Recently, Canadian Contractor solicited the opinions of our RenoFocus

December 9, 2019  

Incentives for project managers

Recently, Canadian Contractor solicited the opinions of our RenoFocus

How-to
December 6, 2019  

I don’t fail at anything

A couple of years ago, Steve Maxwell wrote an

December 6, 2019  

You got a problem with that?

Well, it may have been over five years since

Resources
December 6, 2019  

Opinion: Montreal can be carbon neutral by 2050

Engineering firm believes Montreal could get there before Canada as a whole

November 28, 2019  

The power of a bad seed

In case you missed the original article, here it

November 28, 2019  

We finally found a hole in Giannis’ game

As those of you that follow the NBA know,

November 25, 2019  

What to do with demanding people

Steve Barkhouse of Ottawa-based Amsted Design-Build wrote the following