News | December 11, 2018

What is a Smart City?

Smart Cities continue to be one of the most discussed subjects in the Canadian infrastructure landscape. And it’s for good reason. The Canada-wide Smart Cities Challenge caused communities to think…

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News, OntarioDec. 14, 2018
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Ontario announces daily GO service for Niagara Region

Government of Ontario and Metrolinx officials visited the rail station in St. Catharines to announce that the government will introduce long-asked-for weekday GO train service to Niagara Falls and St.…
Atlantic Canada, NewsDec. 12, 2018
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New Brunswick announces $321.1-million budget for transportation, infrastructure

The Government of New Brunswick announced that $321.1 million will be set aside in the 2019-20 capital budget for the Department of Transportation and Infrastructure. “Our government is focused on…
National, News, Ontario, QuebecDec. 12, 2018
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VIA Rail selects Siemens AG For new rail car fleet

VIA Rail Canada announced that Siemens Canada was awarded a $989 million contract to build the 32 trainsets that will replace VIA Rail’s fleet that operates in the Quebec City-Windsor…
News, Ontario, Quebec, Western CanadaDec. 11, 2018
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Three cities selected for Smart Energy Communities Scorecard pilot

QUEST and Pollution Probe announced that three new pilot communities have been selected to participate in the development of the Smart Energy Communities Scorecard. The communities are Beaconsfield, Quebec; Campbell…
National, NewsDec. 11, 2018
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What is a Smart City?

Smart Cities continue to be one of the most discussed subjects in the Canadian infrastructure landscape. And it’s for good reason. The Canada-wide Smart Cities Challenge caused communities to think…
News, OntarioDec. 10, 2018
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Canada, Ontario invest in Massey Hall revitalization

The governments of Canada and Ontario have committed funding for Phase 2 of the Massey Hall Revitalization project. Ontario is investing $30 million, which has been matched by the Government…
News, OntarioDec. 07, 2018
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Ontario repeals the Green Energy Act

The Government of Ontario has followed through on one of its key election promises in announcing the repeal of the Green Energy Act, 2009, "The Green Energy Repeal Act eliminates…
National, News, Ontario, QuebecDec. 12, 2018
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VIA Rail selects Siemens AG For new rail car fleet

VIA Rail Canada announced that Siemens Canada was awarded a $989 million contract to build the 32 trainsets that will replace VIA Rail’s fleet that operates in the Quebec City-Windsor…
News, Ontario, Quebec, Western CanadaDec. 11, 2018
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Three cities selected for Smart Energy Communities Scorecard pilot

QUEST and Pollution Probe announced that three new pilot communities have been selected to participate in the development of the Smart Energy Communities Scorecard. The communities are Beaconsfield, Quebec; Campbell…
National, NewsDec. 11, 2018
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What is a Smart City?

Smart Cities continue to be one of the most discussed subjects in the Canadian infrastructure landscape. And it’s for good reason. The Canada-wide Smart Cities Challenge caused communities to think…
News, OntarioDec. 10, 2018
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Canada, Ontario invest in Massey Hall revitalization

The governments of Canada and Ontario have committed funding for Phase 2 of the Massey Hall Revitalization project. Ontario is investing $30 million, which has been matched by the Government…
News, OntarioDec. 07, 2018
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Ontario repeals the Green Energy Act

The Government of Ontario has followed through on one of its key election promises in announcing the repeal of the Green Energy Act, 2009, "The Green Energy Repeal Act eliminates…

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Five appointed to Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board

Five new members have been appointed to the Manitoba Hydro-Electric Board, just a few days following the abrupt resignation of nine members of the board. “The five new appointees to the board come from diverse sectors and bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the work of the corporation,” said Cliff Cullen, Manitoba’s Minister of Crown Services. “Our government is confident and excited that these qualified and capable individuals…
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Canada, Ontario announce funding for Wataynikaneyap Transmission Project

The Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario have announced funding for the Wataynikaneyap Power Transmission Line Project in the aggregate amount of $1.6 billion. The funding framework allows for a viable transmission business with First Nations and Fortis Inc. participating as the equity investors. The project will connect remote First Nations in Northwestern Ontario to Ontario’s power grid, provide for savings associated with avoided diesel costs, and socio-economic…
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2017 Top100 infrastructure projects surpasses $186 billion

There is more than $186 billion invested in the biggest infrastructure projects currently under development in Canada, according to information released today in the annual Top100 Projects report. The Top100 Projects report, produced each year since 2006 by industry magazine ReNew Canada, researches and analyses several hundred projects each year at differing stages of discussion, design, and construction to build its comprehensive list of public sector projects from all provinces…
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