News | January 08, 2018

RFQ issued for Central Newfoundland long-term care homes

The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador announced that a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) has been issued to establish a short list of private sector business teams interested in designing, building,…

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News, OntarioJan. 11, 2018
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Ground broken for Cherry Street Stormwater project

Toronto Mayor John Tory joined leaders from all three levels of government and the Mississaugas of New Credit First Nation at the water’s edge to mark the start of construction…
Atlantic Canada, NewsJan. 11, 2018
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PEI announces changes to cabinet

Prince Edward Island Premier Wade McLaughlan has announced changes to the provincial cabinet following the announcement that Allen Roach and Alan McIsaac would not be running in the next provincial…
National, NewsJan. 11, 2018
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Canada invests $120 million in electric vehicle infrastructure

The Government of Canada announced a $120-million investment to expand the network of electric vehicle charging and alternative refuelling stations across the nation as part of the government's efforts to…
National, Western CanadaJan. 11, 2018
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Lafarge begins low-carbon fuel research project

Lafarge Canada Inc. and its partners—University of Calgary, Queen’s University, and Pembina Institute—are conducting a million-dollar study on the environmental benefits of introducing lower carbon fuels at its Exshaw Cement…
News, Western CanadaJan. 11, 2018
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112 Manitoba communities to receive high-speed internet

The Government of Canada is helping close the connectivity gap in Manitoba through a combined investment of $83.9 million that will enable 112 rural and remote communities to get online…
Atlantic Canada, NewsJan. 10, 2018
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New Brunswick commits $670 million for bridge infrastructure

The Government of New Brunswick is investing $670 million in bridge restoration and construction around the province over the next five years. “Through our multi-year economic growth plan, we are…
News, OntarioJan. 10, 2018
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Fortin named director of the McEwen School of Architecture

Laurentian University has welcomed Dr. David Fortin as the next director of the McEwen School of Architecture (MSoA). Dr. Fortin, a faculty member at the MSoA, assumed his new duties…
National, NewsJan. 11, 2018
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Canada invests $120 million in electric vehicle infrastructure

The Government of Canada announced a $120-million investment to expand the network of electric vehicle charging and alternative refuelling stations across the nation as part of the government's efforts to…
National, Western CanadaJan. 11, 2018
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Lafarge begins low-carbon fuel research project

Lafarge Canada Inc. and its partners—University of Calgary, Queen’s University, and Pembina Institute—are conducting a million-dollar study on the environmental benefits of introducing lower carbon fuels at its Exshaw Cement…
News, Western CanadaJan. 11, 2018
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112 Manitoba communities to receive high-speed internet

The Government of Canada is helping close the connectivity gap in Manitoba through a combined investment of $83.9 million that will enable 112 rural and remote communities to get online…
Atlantic Canada, NewsJan. 10, 2018
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New Brunswick commits $670 million for bridge infrastructure

The Government of New Brunswick is investing $670 million in bridge restoration and construction around the province over the next five years. “Through our multi-year economic growth plan, we are…
News, OntarioJan. 10, 2018
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Fortin named director of the McEwen School of Architecture

Laurentian University has welcomed Dr. David Fortin as the next director of the McEwen School of Architecture (MSoA). Dr. Fortin, a faculty member at the MSoA, assumed his new duties…

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Ontario expanding Toronto Western Hospital

Ontario is increasing access to high-quality care for patients and families by expanding space for surgeries and post-operative care offered at University Health Network's Toronto Western Hospital site. The expansion will address the growing demand for care by increasing operating room capacity and redeveloping the space for both pre-operative services and post-operative care. As the hospital uses state-of-the-art technology to conduct research and offer pioneering treatments, the project will also…
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Contract awarded for Highway 401 Rail Tunnel project

Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Metrolinx have awarded a fixed-price contract to Toronto Tunnel Partners (TTP) to design, build, and finance the Highway 401 Rail Tunnel project, in support of the province's GO Regional Express Rail (RER) program. “Ontario is moving forward to build the infrastructure we need to deliver GO Regional Express Rail,” said Steven Del Duca, Ontario’s minister of transportation. “Improving service on the Kitchener GO corridor will make…
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Ontario moving forward with high speed rail EA

The Government of Ontario issued a Request for Bids (RFB) to develop the environmental assessment terms of reference for the Kitchener-Waterloo to London portion of the corridor. "I am very happy to announce our progress in bringing high speed rail to southwestern Ontario—connecting communities and investing in a future-ready transportation system,” said Ontario minister of transportation Steven Del Duca. “This historic project is the first of its kind in Canada,…
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