Monday, April 22, 2019

Tag: environment

Manitoba-Minnesota Transmission Project obtains environmental approval

The Manitoba government has approved the environmental licence necessary for the development of the Manitoba-Minnesota Transmission Project (MMTP), which will supply clean energy, enhance...

New Brunswick welcomes new cabinet

Blaine Higgs, the 34th Premier of New Brunswick, has named his new Executive Council. Here are the key appointments impacting infrastructure development in the province: ...

The Changing Landscape

The fluctuation in the world economy and the impact of multiple recessions over the past twenty years have had a direct impact on the...

WSP acquires Louis Berger

WSP Global Inc. has announced that it has entered into an agreement in connection with the acquisition of Berger Group Holdings, Inc., the parent...

Nova Scotia announces cabinet changes

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil has announced changes to the Executive Council (cabinet). Chuck Porter, MLA for Hants West, joins the cabinet as Minister of...

Government of Canada announces climate lens for infrastructure

Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, has announced a new and important step in ensuring that infrastructure investments take into account the impact...

Made-in-Manitoba environmental vision released

The Government of Manitoba has released its plan for reducing carbon emissions in the province, with the introduction of the Climate and Green Plan...

Wetland protections installed for Southwest Calgary Ring Road construction

The Alberta government is instituting measures to protect Beaver Pond and requiring additional wetland monitoring related to the construction of the Southwest Calgary Ring...

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...

Saskatchewan releases climate change policy

Environment Minister Dustin Duncan has introduced the provincial government’s climate change strategy. The strategy, titled Prairie Resilience: A Made-in-Saskatchewan Climate Change Strategy, focuses on...
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