News | August 08, 2018

Work begins on Highway 73 (Henri-IV) in Quebec City

Representatives from the governments of Canada and Quebec took part in a groundbreaking event to officially mark the start of work to widen and repair the Henri‑IV Highway between Charest…

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News, QuebecAug. 19, 2008
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Hydro-Québec to Refurbish Gentilly-2

Hydro-Québec announced today that it is investing $1.9 billion to refurbish Gentilly-2 nuclear generating station in Bécancour. Refurbishing the 675-megawatt plant will extend its operation until about 2040, allowing Hydro-Québec…
News, QuebecAug. 19, 2008
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Replace Champlain Bridge? Feds Get Serious

The federal government says it's serious about replacing Montreal's Champlain bridge and that a new bridge could save between $10 million and $30 million in annual maintenance costs, reports CBC…
NewsAug. 18, 2008
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U.S. Senate Stalls Border Bridge

The plan for a new bridge between the United States and Canada has been stalled in the U.S. Senate, reports the Detroit Free Press. State and federal highway officials outlined…
National, NewsAug. 18, 2008
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GENIVAR Income Fund Acquires Henderson Paddon & Associates

The GENIVAR Income Fund announced today its acquisition of Henderson Paddon & Associates Limited, an Ontario-based civil engineering and environmental consulting firm. "This acquisition allows us to consolidate our municipal…
News, Western CanadaAug. 18, 2008
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EPCOR and Siemens: Near-Zero Emissions Coal-Fueled Power Facility

A three-year initiative to design and engineer Canada's first near-zero emission thermal power plant reached a milestone last week when EPCOR Utilities Inc. (EPCOR) selected Siemens Fuel Gasification Technology GmbH…
News, QuebecAug. 15, 2008
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Rebuilt Four-lane Highway Reopens: Quebec

The governments of Canada and Quebec are today announcing the opening of a rebuilt four-lane divided stretch of Highway 175 between kilometre 208 and 213, near the northern boundary of…
News, OntarioAug. 15, 2008
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$300M Let’s Get Moving Strategy Continues

The governments of Canada and Ontario, in partnership with the County of Essex, today announced the start of construction for the widening of Essex County Road 22 from Lakeshore Boulevard…
NewsAug. 18, 2008
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U.S. Senate Stalls Border Bridge

The plan for a new bridge between the United States and Canada has been stalled in the U.S. Senate, reports the Detroit Free Press. State and federal highway officials outlined…
National, NewsAug. 18, 2008
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GENIVAR Income Fund Acquires Henderson Paddon & Associates

The GENIVAR Income Fund announced today its acquisition of Henderson Paddon & Associates Limited, an Ontario-based civil engineering and environmental consulting firm. "This acquisition allows us to consolidate our municipal…
News, Western CanadaAug. 18, 2008
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EPCOR and Siemens: Near-Zero Emissions Coal-Fueled Power Facility

A three-year initiative to design and engineer Canada's first near-zero emission thermal power plant reached a milestone last week when EPCOR Utilities Inc. (EPCOR) selected Siemens Fuel Gasification Technology GmbH…
News, QuebecAug. 15, 2008
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Rebuilt Four-lane Highway Reopens: Quebec

The governments of Canada and Quebec are today announcing the opening of a rebuilt four-lane divided stretch of Highway 175 between kilometre 208 and 213, near the northern boundary of…
News, OntarioAug. 15, 2008
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$300M Let’s Get Moving Strategy Continues

The governments of Canada and Ontario, in partnership with the County of Essex, today announced the start of construction for the widening of Essex County Road 22 from Lakeshore Boulevard…

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New Call for Applications for Funding by SDTC

Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC), a Government of Canada initiative that finances and supports the development and demonstration of clean technologies, announced its ninth call for funding applications (Statements of Interest - SOI). The closing date for submissions is March 15, 2006. The call includes applications for technologies that address climate change, clean air and – recently – clean water and clean soil issues. Prospective clean water technologies will look…
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Toronto passes long-term climate action plan

City Council has approved Toronto's long-term path to reduce city-wide greenhouse gas emissions by 80 per cent by 2050. The TransformTO Pathway to a Low Carbon Future report recommends ambitious strategies and long-term goals to transform Toronto's urban systems – specifically buildings, energy, transportation, and waste. "I am proud that City Council has moved forward with TransformTO – a climate action plan to reduce Toronto’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by…
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New North Battleford hospital reaches 60 per cent completion

Government officials joined residents, staff, and community members in North Battleford to celebrate 60 per cent completion of the province’s new Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford (SHNB). “Our government recognizes the need for appropriate and timely access to mental health services, and the new Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford is a key step forward in our commitment to improve those services,” Cox said. “This project remains important to our government, as well…
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