Thursday, November 26, 2020

Turning down the heat

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By Justin Crewson, Dan Gent, and Shahrzad Simab If you ask an electric utility professional about what is top of mind for them day-to-day, you...

Infrastructure key pillar in Saskatchewan Party victory

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The Saskatchewan Party has captured a fourth straight mandate, using its infrastructure successes as a pillar of its re-election platform. Coming off a term that...

Did infrastructure promises sway B.C. election?

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For the second time in as many months, a former minority government has turned to a majority thanks to a snap election in the...

Infrastructure a key focus of Saskatchewan election

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As the October 26th election draws near, issues regarding infrastructure and construction continue to make headlines in Saskatchewan. It has primarily been two different approaches...

B.C. battles over infrastructure

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B.C. Premier John Horgan is sending British Columbians to the polls in the country’s second COVID-19 election, trying to secure the majority that he...

Constructing the trade corridor

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By Carroll McCormick Opening up Northern Quebec and removing a TransCanada Highway bottleneck are the goals of two ongoing improvement projects. About 440 kilometres east of...

The North is waiting

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By Barbara Fox Finally. It’s time to look at recovery. And as the whole of the Canadian economy looks to rebuild from the massive hit...

Infrastructure takes back seat in New Brunswick election

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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

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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

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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...

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