The duty of good faith in contractual performance

By Dean G. Giles, Fillmore Riley LLP


A 2014 decision of the Supreme Court of Canada dealing with the question of good faith contractual performance, and a more recent lower court decision that applies its reasoning, could have a significant impact on the way in which contracts created as part of the tendering process are interpreted. 

Darrell Hawk, Pile Drivers, Divers, Bridge, Dock and Wharf Builders Local 2404


Describe your current job. 

I’m the financial secretary/business manager for Pile Drivers, Divers Local 2404. My other duties include training the director and chair of our Pension/Health and Welfare Committee.

Filling Canada's need for piling products

By Jennifer Paterson


American Muscle Docks & Fabrication has its roots in the fabrication business – it was born from an amalgamation between Valley Manufacturing, a metal fabricating and stamping company, and Follansbee Dock Systems, which it purchased in 2012.

TEI Rock Drills in committed to quality and performance

By Kelly Gray


Drilling rock is hard work. Harder still can be making the equipment that has to pass the test in the field. Since 1980, TEI Rock Drills has been passing this test thanks to winning technology, a custom approach and a “get-‘er-done” attitude born from founder Bill Patterson’s desire to do things better. Today, Patterson’s family business is a world-leading manufacturer of drilling attachments, limited access drills and drill rig components. 

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Piling Canada is the premier national voice for the Canadian deep foundation construction industry. Each issue is dedicated to providing readers with current and informative editorial, including project updates, company profiles, technological advancements, safety news, environmental information, HR advice, pertinent legal issues and more.