Monday, November 29, 2021

Nuclear technology has a role to play in fighting climate change

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Climate change was one of the biggest topics of discussion during the recent federal election and many believe the government should invest in clean...

Shipbuilding: Turning the Tide

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The National Shipbuilding Strategy is driving a renaissance in Canada’s shipbuilding industry. By Carroll McCormick Fueled by federal government contracts to replace the Royal Canadian Navy...

The Water Whisperer

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Warren Brown is an advocate for Indigenous water infrastructure. By Evan Pilkington “Warren’s dedication to operator advocacy is recognized not only by his community of Lytton...

What comes next for Canadian infrastructure?

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By Hunter Doubt and Jess Neilson Veteran political journalist Chantal Hébert may have delivered the most appropriate synopsis of last week’s federal election results by...

The Big Leak

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Massive amounts of drinking water are wasted due to leaky pipes. By Tamer El-Diraby and Nadia Todorova The extensive underground labyrinth of pipes that routinely bring...

Cities need to boost resident knowledge of green infrastructure

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“Green infrastructure” often comes up when talking about climate change. Problem is, few people know what it means. That’s according to new research led by Tenley...

Early Adopters

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Building risk-reducing processes into construction contracts. Amidst the daunting choice of complex contracting forms and execution models facing project owners in today’s construction environment, one...

Utilities: Digging Deeper

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Managing utilities poses one of the largest risks in urban construction. By Richard Harris Beneath the ground or towering overhead, every urban centre has hidden networks...

Mass Timber: Shaping the Future

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Mass timber projects are becoming a part of the everyday development landscape. By John Tenpenny With changes to the building code now allowing for taller wood...

Indigenous Megaprojects

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Canada’s First Nations communities are forging new partnerships to build infrastructure. By John Tenpenny Many of Canada’s Indigenous communities are in need of new infrastructure, from...

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