Saturday, January 19, 2019

Tag: Canadian Standards Association

New collaboration to study pyrrhotite in concrete

A collaborative effort was launched between the National Research Council of Canada (NRC), the Government of Quebec, and Université Laval to find a solution...

What Developers Should Know About New Brownfield Regs

In late December 2009, the Ontario Ministry of the Environment quietly adopted sweeping changes to the regulation of contaminated (and non-contaminated) sites. Some of...

Adaptation

The federal government has announced $2.49 million in funding for two projects through Both projects are funded through Natural Resources Canada’s Climate Change Adaptation...

Building A Round Table

Over 150 years ago, Canada started to evolve wagon trails into networks of roads, communities developed adjacent to these roads, then communal water and...

New Infrastructure Solutions Program

The Canadian Standards Association (CSA) has finished work on their Municipal Infrastructure Solutions Program (MISP). The goal? To speed the adoption of best practices...

NEB Approves South Peace Pipeline Project Application

The National Energy Board (NEB) has approved an application from Westcoast Energy Inc., carrying on business as Spectra Energy Transmission, (Westcoast) to construct the...

Bridging the [Funding] [Knowledge] [Data] Gap

Since the Building Canada Plan was announced in Budget 2007, Infrastructure Canada has not changed its message — in fact, they've tried twice to...

Feds and CSA Partner to Improve Infrastructure

The Infrastructure Solutions Project, a partnership between the federal government and the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) today, will receive up to $1.5 million during...
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