Friday, September 18, 2020


Infrastructure takes back seat in New Brunswick election

Blaine Higgs has captured his first majority as leader of the Progressive Conservative Party (PC) in New Brunswick less than two years after being...

Balance of power to influence New Brunswick infrastructure

New Brunswickers go to the polls to elect a new provincial government on September 14th just under two years after the last election delivered...

Building stronger communities in Canada

By Bill Karsten Strong infrastructure is the lifeblood of our communities. It’s the roads and bridges that move people and goods. It’s the arenas and...

The future of energy in remote communities

By Dylan Heerema There are approximately 170 remote Indigenous communities in Canada, found in nearly every province and territory (except Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick,...

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Federal government calls for proposals to study mobility and public transit

Catherine McKenna, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and Ted Hewitt, president of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), announced funding for up...

First Nations Major Projects Coalition appoints strategic advisor 

The First Nations Major Projects Coalition (FNMPC) of the Coast Salish Territory in Vancouver, British Columbia announced the appointment of JP Gladu as a...

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