News | July 05, 2018

Work to start on West Calgary Ring Road

Construction of the West Calgary Ring Road, scheduled to begin in 2019, will complete the circle around Calgary and alleviate traffic congestion in the commercial heart of Alberta. The final…

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More Building Canada Agreements

Prince Edward island and New Brunswick are the latest to sign on to the Building Canada Plan, which means they’re entitled to some funding. Today, federal and provincial governments signed…
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Green Municipal Fund Offers Low-Interest Loans for Brownfield Remediation

The Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) has changed the way the Green Municipal Fund (GMF) helps finance the remediation of brownfield sites. Up to $20 million in low interest loans…
NewsJul. 09, 2008
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Majority of Caledon Residents Support Growth Plan

The findings of a public opinion poll released yesterday by the Caledon Countryside Alliance (CCA) confirm environmental issues remain a high priority for residents of Caledon. The research was conducted…
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$272M For Smaller B.C. Communitites

For the first time, smaller British Columbia communities with populations of less than 100,000 can now access more funding for cleaner water, better waste management and flood mitigation, thanks to…
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Square for Sale

The CBC reports that the City of Winnipeg has made an enticing offer to any interested private company: a 1,000-stall parkade under the city's most famous intersection can be theirs.…
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Funds For Sask. Municipalities

Residents of Saskatchewan communities can look forward to improved infrastructure thanks to partnership investments and up to $189 million in federal and provincial funding under the Communities Component of the…
NewsJul. 07, 2008
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Atlantica BioEnergy Task Force Unveiled

A taskforce of forest industry stakeholders from Eastern Canada and Maine was launched this week to explore bio-related opportunities within the forestry sector across the region. The Atlantica BioEnergy Task…
NewsJul. 09, 2008
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Majority of Caledon Residents Support Growth Plan

The findings of a public opinion poll released yesterday by the Caledon Countryside Alliance (CCA) confirm environmental issues remain a high priority for residents of Caledon. The research was conducted…
NewsJul. 09, 2008
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$272M For Smaller B.C. Communitites

For the first time, smaller British Columbia communities with populations of less than 100,000 can now access more funding for cleaner water, better waste management and flood mitigation, thanks to…
NewsJul. 08, 2008
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Square for Sale

The CBC reports that the City of Winnipeg has made an enticing offer to any interested private company: a 1,000-stall parkade under the city's most famous intersection can be theirs.…
NewsJul. 08, 2008
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Funds For Sask. Municipalities

Residents of Saskatchewan communities can look forward to improved infrastructure thanks to partnership investments and up to $189 million in federal and provincial funding under the Communities Component of the…
NewsJul. 07, 2008
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Atlantica BioEnergy Task Force Unveiled

A taskforce of forest industry stakeholders from Eastern Canada and Maine was launched this week to explore bio-related opportunities within the forestry sector across the region. The Atlantica BioEnergy Task…

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Preferred proponent selected for Groves Memorial Hospital project

Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Groves Memorial Community Hospital (GMCH) have announced that EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare is the preferred proponent to design, build, and finance the new hospital development project in Centre Wellington, Ont. IO and GMCH selected EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare after extensive evaluations following a fair, open, and transparent request for proposals (RFP) process that began in June 2016. Three teams-GMCH Partnership, EllisDon Infrastructure Healthcare, and PCL Constructors Canada-submitted bids.…
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Ottawa approves Stage 2 LRT project

Councillors at the City of Ottawa have approved plans for the Stage 2 LRT project, the largest infrastructure project in the city’s history. According to a CBC News report, city officials approved the plan that will see the LRT system extended in three directions, with a substantial completion date expected for 2023. The city hopes to issue the RFP this spring, but that date could change, as officials wait for…
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EllisDon announces second CII pilot project

On March 1, EllisDon will begin redevelopment of the historic kiln building at Evergreen Brick Works. Conversion of the 53,000-square-foot, Building 16, will create a year-round hub for thought leaders and citizen city builders to collaborate in building sustainable cities; and, will provide an opportunity to test and drive change for future low carbon cities across the country. Under EllisDon's Carbon Impact Initiative, launched in June 2016, this will be…
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