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Canadian Contractor
May 8, 2012  

To Systemize or Not To Systemize

With all the articles lately on systemizing your business,

Canadian Contractor
May 7, 2012  

Craftsmanship in Venice

Tools Editor Steve Maxwell reports from the canals

Canadian Contractor
May 5, 2012  

Contracting in the City of Canals

Tools Editor Steve Maxwell reports from Venice

Canadian Contractor
April 30, 2012  

The Great Untouched Renovation Market!

It’s coming. Don’t miss it

April 30, 2012  

It’s definitely about the lawn sign

Get them out there. Make them visible

Canadian Contractor
April 30, 2012  

It's definitely about the lawn sign

Get them out there. Make them visible

Canadian Contractor
April 23, 2012  

Stop trying to be a business

There is another way

Canadian Contractor
April 15, 2012  

Maybe You Need a Different Perspective.

Ever wonder why so many homeowners seem to take

Canadian Contractor
April 14, 2012  

Getting the pulse from Home Renovation Contractors in 2012

Four questions you know the answer to…

Canadian Contractor
April 9, 2012  

Lead Follow-Up

  With the warm weather this Spring, the renovation

Canadian Contractor
April 5, 2012  

Working for a pay cheque or building a business?

Your knees are shot, your back and shoulders are mangled. What are you going to do?

April 4, 2012  

Where’s Personal Responsibility?

A roll of PEX pipe I ordered a while

Canadian Contractor
April 4, 2012  

Where's Personal Responsibility?

A roll of PEX pipe I ordered a while

Canadian Contractor
April 3, 2012  

Tired of working 60 hours plus a week?

If you are like so many contractors, then you

Canadian Contractor
March 30, 2012  

Ontario WSIB truth

In Ontario, you don’t have to be WSIB covered if…

Canadian Contractor
March 30, 2012  

The Federal budget for renovators

Steady as she goes, with help for the private sector and a Conservative twist to our fiscal direction

Canadian Contractor
March 27, 2012  

Sell More at Trade Shows

Last week I was at  the Spring Home Show. 

Canadian Contractor
March 24, 2012  

A close shave

Remember, just because you’ve never had a guy wearing a blue hard come up to you on your renovation site all those past years you’ve been in the business doesn’t meant it won’t happen to you today.