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Construction groups praise Senate for passing prompt payment act

Lobby Notes | SAMANTHA WRIGHT ALLEN
Published: Friday, 05/05/2017 4:42 pm EDT
Courtesy of Richard McKeagan, president of the Mechanical Contractors Association
Members of the National Trade Contractors Coalition of Canada are shown in this file photo.

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