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  • Day of Mourning: Workers should never pay with their lives April 28, 2017
    Workers go to work for a paycheque and should not pay with their lives. That was the message from Andria Babbington, vice-president of the Toronto and York Region Labour Council.
  • Province commits billions to hospital, school construction in budget April 28, 2017
    TORONTO — Ontario's Liberal government is promising to inject billions of new dollars into health care in its first balanced budget in a decade, a fiscal plan designed to appeal to nearly everyone in the province ahead of an election next summer.
  • Portion of Deer Park United Church finds a second life through demo April 28, 2017
    Deer Park United Church has stood on the southeast corner of St. Clair Avenue West and Avenue Road since 1913. The property is currently being redeveloped by Camrost Felcorp into the 27-storey Blue Diamond condominium. Demolition contractor Teperman is responsible for preserving the heritage-designated portion of the church building through selective demolition.
  • St. Mike’s hospital stairwell demo a precise operation April 28, 2017
    St. Michael’s 3.0 is a major upgrade of this Toronto hospital as it celebrates its 125th birthday. Built by Bondfield Construction, the project includes completion of the new 17-storey Peter Gilgan Patient Care Tower at the corner of Queen and Victoria streets. But right now, the construction project is focused on the precise demolition of a concrete stairwell.
  • It’s a wrap: Toronto food film factory demolished April 28, 2017
    As developers search for more land to build housing, Toronto continues to rezone industrial lands to residential. It’s a tough choice. As each factory is demolished, it’s a tacit admission that large commercial properties have simply become too costly for the type of sprawling industrial developments that once fueled the city’s economic growth and provided thousands of jobs.
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