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Highly profitable businesses are agile. They devote time to researching new bids and pruning their pipeline to maximize their win rate. Their bid staff keep a challenging workload, yet they have enough time to focus on each bid. Does this sound like a wishful thinking?...

source: By Brenda Crist
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A Foxwarren-area farmer says Manitoba Hydro’s high-handed treatment has left his farm less safe and caused him to relinquish leased land he says is now too dangerous to work. “We as citizens need to be aware of Hydro and...

source: Manitoba Co-Operator

A billboard in Winnipeg's Fort Richmond area calls on Manitoba's environment minister to take action on what advocates say is a decades-long problem with environmental degradation caused by a Manitoba Hydro diversion...

source: CBC

Manitoba is looking to boost employment opportunities for the youth in the province. The province is investing $25 million through the new Manitoba Youth Jobs Program and existing Green Team grants to support more than 8,000 youth employment opportunities this summer. The...

source: Canadian HR Reporter

Renewable electricity has started being produced at the Keeyask Generating Station in Manitoba, Canada, six-months ahead of the project’s control schedule. A lesson in extreme cold weather concreting, the milestone was achieved through innovative logistics measures...

source: Concrete Products

It's going to be a busy summer construction-wise across the province. That's according to Portage MLA Ian Wishart who says, as we enter construction season, a lot of people will be noticing the impact. He notes while it can be frustrating to frequently travel and face delays...

source: Portage Online

The Manitoba Heavy Construction Association (MHCA) is eager to review and participate in zoning bylaw changes that could impact the supply of aggregates that are critical for construction work. The association stated it is currently reviewing changes to the Rural Municipality...

source: Journal of Commerce

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