Construction worker injured after he was struck by a car in south of Ontario

A construction worker was struck in the face by a vehicle in southern Ontario Wednesday, police say.

It happened about 1:30 a.m. near the intersection of Highway 401 and Highway 9 near the town of Arco.

“The driver of the vehicle was apprehended by Arco Police and is facing a charge of careless driving,” police said in a statement.

A statement from Arco Mayor David Eades said the injured worker was taken to hospital for treatment.

“We are in the process of establishing the exact nature of the injury,” Eades told CBC News.

“It appears to be an accident.”

Arco, in the north of the province, is a rural community with just over 1,000 residents.

Eades was in Arco on Wednesday morning and said he has been speaking to members of the community about what happened.

He said he had spoken with one of the injured workers and that he was unsure if the driver was impaired.

The incident comes on the heels of a similar accident in July that left a construction worker with serious injuries.

How to get an arco project started in Suffolk

The Suffolk Construction Definition of Construction is the first definition of the construction industry and is widely used to describe the process of creating new construction structures and equipment in England.

The definition defines three key aspects of construction: building, constructing, and managing.

The definition also provides a number of other building and construction-related terms that are not commonly used.

The main difference between the two definitions is that the arco definition uses the term “constructing”, while the Suffolk definition uses “building”.

This difference is reflected in the construction definitions, and in the number of terms that can be used in the definition of a construction site.

The arco term “building” can be defined as the design, construction, and management of a new building, such as an office building, a hotel, a shopping centre, or a factory.

The arco building definition defines the term as a construction process, while the southerland definition uses it as a building site and building-related term.

When an arcos construction site is proposed, the construction is then considered for approval by the local planning authority.

The local planning officer is also responsible for making sure that all relevant planning, planning standards, and building regulations are followed.

In England, planning is usually made by local authorities.

A site must meet the following requirements for an arCO project to be considered for planning approval:The site must have an amenity of a minimum of 2 metres and a capacity of at least 20 people (for a building).

The amenity must include a park, a garden, public swimming pool, or outdoor seating area, plus the following: an underground parking space with seating capacity of 15 or more people, or an outdoor water feature with seating space of at or over 20 people.

The site also must meet a requirement for a minimum height of at most 1.2 metres and no more than 1.5 metres of landscaping.

A planning application must be submitted to the local authority.

This is typically done in person at the site.

The application is considered by the planning authority for one or more of the following criteria: the type of development that will be built, the amount of land required for the development, and the nature of the development.

The application is then passed to the arcos planning authority, which then passes the decision on to the relevant local authority (local authority).

The local authority then makes a decision on the development site.

There is also a decision made by the arcocra planning authority (arco) on the site’s planning application.

The planning authority may issue an application for planning permission, but the planning application is generally not approved.

A local authority may also approve an arccos development in the same way that it would approve an adjacent development or a new residential development.

The planning application can be made in person and is usually accompanied by the relevant planning documents and a site plan.

This allows the arcas planning authority to review the development and ensure that it is in compliance with local planning regulations and building standards.

The local authority is also required to provide the arcarco with information on the potential development site, including information about: the amenity required for a development; whether the amenities will be installed; the site plan; and the area of land needed for the project.

The information also has to be given to the planning officer.

Once the planning and planning-related documents are completed, the arcanos planning authority makes a recommendation on the local area for the proposed development.

If the local authorities planning officer approves the development project, the local areas planning department issues a planning consent order (PCO) for the site and the associated amenity requirements.

The PCO must contain all the information needed to make a decision about whether the development meets the requirements of the planning consent, and is a key part of the arconocra development approval process.

A PCO is also known as a planning approval order (POA).