Sunday, August 9, 2020

Tag: education

Infrastructure upgrades announced for Nova Scotia Community College campuses

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The provincial government is investing $19.4 million in infrastructure upgrades at nine campuses of Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC). The investment is part of...

B.C. invests in new housing for University of Victoria students

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Nearly 800 University of Victoria (UVic) students will be able to find accommodations on campus thanks to the construction of new housing. “Today, we are...

Olds College receives funding for expansion, revitalization

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The Government of Alberta is investing more than $21 million in capital maintenance and renewal funding at Olds College. Government will spend $6.21 million to...

University of Lethbridge receives funding for energy systems upgrade

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The Government of Alberta has announced funding to support energy infrastructure initiatives at the University of Lethbridge The district heating and cooling centre is located...

Construction to begin on new NSCC Marconi campus

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Construction on Nova Scotia Community College’s (NSCC) new, contemporary home in downtown Sydney will begin this month. NSCC issued a tender on June 26 to...

Nova Scotia announces $230 million infrastructure investment

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Nova Scotians are getting back to work on more than 200 infrastructure projects across the province. The province is investing up to $230 million...

RFP issued for Alberta school construction

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Five new Alberta schools are on track to begin construction this fall as government invites industry to design and build the facilities. A request for...

New Alberta schools to start construction this summer

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The Government of Alberta is moving forward with tender packages for the design and construction of four K-9 and one K-4 school projects that...

B.C. announces funding for new Handsworth Secondary school

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The Government of British Columbia has announced an investment of up to $68.7 million to replace Handsworth Secondary in North Vancouver with a modern...

B.C. budget includes record spending on capital projects

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British Columbia’s Budget 2020 focuses on building the infrastructure the growing province needs, supporting thousands of new jobs, strengthening investments in health and education...
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