Friday, May 14, 2021

Tag: climate change

Canada’s first national infrastructure assessment calls for public feedback

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Catherine McKenna, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, has launched an engagement paper on Canada’s first national infrastructure assessment: Building the Canada We Want in...

Research on climate change impacts to northern transportation infrastructure 

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Today the Government of Canada announced investment for an important new climate change adaptation research project under the Northern Transportation Adaptation Initiative. Northern infrastructure is...

Climate change mitigation funds for infrastructure in B.C.

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Several communities in British Columbia will be benefiting from more reliable roadways and local jobs as a result of funding from StrongerBC: BC's Economic...

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...

OPG’s Darlington refurbishment project reaches major milestone  

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Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has reached a significant milestone with work now underway on refurbishing Unit 3 of the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station following...

Nunavut announces new energy efficiency projects for South Baffin region

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Minister of Northern Affairs, Daniel Vandal and the Premier of Nunavut and Minister of Environment, Joe Savikataaq, recently announced an investment to support the...

The Future is Now: Infrastructure’s Role in Economic Recovery

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By Michael S. Burke, Chairman and CEO, AECOM As the coronavirus outbreak deepens and inflicts a tragic toll, economies around the world are being flattened...

Climate adaptation could cost municipalities $5.3 billion annually: report

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The Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) and the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) released a report entitled: Investing in Canada’s Future: The Cost of...

Premier Moe unveils 2030 Growth Plan for Saskatchewan

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Premier Scott Moe released Saskatchewan’s Growth Plan: the Next Decade of Growth 2020-2030. The plan is a roadmap for building a stronger Saskatchewan. “Our province has...

Record capital spending part of B.C.’s new budget

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Capital spending is set to reach record heights in British Columbia, as the government announced $20.1 billion in funding over the next three years. The...
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