Thursday, May 6, 2021


Re-energizing the Arctic

Nunavut’s Qulliq Energy Corporation is carrying out an extensive energy renewal program. By Carroll McCormick This fall the Arctic sealift company NEAS (Nunavut Eastern Arctic Shipping...

Low Carbon Countdown is On

Canada’s new climate plan needs a consistent approach to net zero buildings By Ryan Zizzo Canada can make progress towards its climate goals while supporting economic...

Constructing Energy Capacity in Canada

By Connie Vitello To avoid the catastrophic effects of a warming climate, Canadians are actively transitioning to a net-zero economy by 2050. The Canadian Net-Zero...

CBAs: Beneficial Building Trend

By Tim Runge A Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) is a legal contract that specifies community benefits for an infrastructure or development project. CBAs come in...

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CCA updates “COVID-19 Standardized Protocols”

The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) announced it has updated its COVID-19 Standardized Protocols for All Canadian Construction Sites to underline the urgency around following health guidelines...

WSP Commits to Enhanced Environmental Initiatives

As Canada and the global community marked the 51st annual Earth Day yesterday, and the federal government announced strengthened climate commitments at the Leaders...

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