News | May 15, 2018

Gordie Howe decision weeks away?

The successful proponent for the $4.8-billion Gordie Howe International Bridge Project could be named as early as next month. Mark Butler, director of communications for the Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA),…

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Indigenous, News, Western CanadaMay. 22, 2018
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Canada invests in Samson Cree Nation wastewater facility

Jane Philpott, Minister of Indigenous Services, alongside Vernon Saddleback, Chief of Samson Cree Nation, took part in a sod-turning ceremony in Samson Cree Nation to mark the start of construction…
News, Western CanadaMay. 22, 2018
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Progress made on Springbank Off-stream Reservoir project

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA) has informed the Government of Alberta that the project conforms to the agency’s guidelines. While the province awaits final regulatory approval, officials continue to…
News, Western CanadaMay. 18, 2018
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Governments announce funding for Milner Library

The governments of Canada and Alberta have announced $4 million in joint federal-provincial funding for the revitalization of the Stanley A. Milner Library in downtown Edmonton. The work being funded…
News, OntarioMay. 18, 2018
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Bruce Power launches Ontario Nuclear Innovation Institute

Bruce Power and the County of Bruce have partnered to establish the Ontario Nuclear Innovation Institute as an international centre of excellence for applied research and training. With over 30…
News, QuebecMay. 18, 2018
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STM welcomes government decision for train acquisition

The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is welcoming the Québec government’s decision to adopt special legislation that will pave the way to the acquisition of new AZUR trains. In…
News, Western CanadaMay. 18, 2018
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Canada investing in Port of Vancouver infrastructure

The Government of Canada has announced a $55.8 million investment for four projects led by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority that will help local businesses compete by moving local goods…
News, Western CanadaMay. 17, 2018
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Canada investing in Ashcroft Terminal improvements

The Government of Canada has announced a $9.2 million investment for a project at Ashcroft Terminal in British Columbia that will help local businesses compete by moving local goods to…
News, Western CanadaMay. 18, 2018
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Governments announce funding for Milner Library

The governments of Canada and Alberta have announced $4 million in joint federal-provincial funding for the revitalization of the Stanley A. Milner Library in downtown Edmonton. The work being funded…
News, OntarioMay. 18, 2018
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Bruce Power launches Ontario Nuclear Innovation Institute

Bruce Power and the County of Bruce have partnered to establish the Ontario Nuclear Innovation Institute as an international centre of excellence for applied research and training. With over 30…
News, QuebecMay. 18, 2018
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STM welcomes government decision for train acquisition

The Société de transport de Montréal (STM) is welcoming the Québec government’s decision to adopt special legislation that will pave the way to the acquisition of new AZUR trains. In…
News, Western CanadaMay. 18, 2018
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Canada investing in Port of Vancouver infrastructure

The Government of Canada has announced a $55.8 million investment for four projects led by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority that will help local businesses compete by moving local goods…
News, Western CanadaMay. 17, 2018
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Canada investing in Ashcroft Terminal improvements

The Government of Canada has announced a $9.2 million investment for a project at Ashcroft Terminal in British Columbia that will help local businesses compete by moving local goods to…

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Five appointed to Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board

Five new members have been appointed to the Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board, just a few days following the abrupt resignation of nine members of the board. “The five new appointees to the board come from diverse sectors and bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the work of the corporation,” said Cliff Cullen, Manitoba’s Minister of Crown Services. “Our government is confident and excited that these qualified and capable individuals…
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2017 Top100 infrastructure projects surpasses $186 billion

There is more than $186 billion invested in the biggest infrastructure projects currently under development in Canada, according to information released today in the annual Top100 Projects report. The Top100 Projects report, produced each year since 2006 by industry magazine ReNew Canada, researches and analyses several hundred projects each year at differing stages of discussion, design, and construction to build its comprehensive list of public sector projects from all provinces…
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Collenette to chair high speed rail project board

The Government of Ontario has appointed the David Collenette to lead Ontario's High Speed Rail (HSR) Planning Advisory Board—continuing progress to bring high speed rail service to the province and cut travel times between Toronto and Windsor. "I am pleased to announce Mr. Collenette’s appointment as Chair of Ontario’s HSR Planning Advisory Board and I look forward to working with him as we move forward to build Canada’s first high…
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