Wednesday, March 3, 2021

Tag: Infrastructure

Historic irrigation infrastructure project proceeds in Saskatchewan

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The Lake Diefenbaker Irrigation Project in Saskatchewan - the largest infrastructure project in the history of the province - has marked another milestone with...

Sponsored: Creating sustainable infrastructure in the Arctic

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By Benoit Dion When we see movies or TV shows about the Arctic, those of us from the south are immediately struck by the beauty...

CIMA+ appoints new infrastructure EVP

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CIMA+ announced the promotion of Troy Briggs to the role of executive vice president (EVP), infrastructure. In this new role, Briggs will lead one...

Comtech appoints Hugo Blasutta head of advisory board

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Comtech Group Inc. has announced the appointment of Hugo Blasutta as Chair of the firm's Advisory Board. "I'm extremely pleased that Hugo has joined our Advisory...

Tamara Vrooman appointed new Chair of Canada Infrastructure Bank

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Today, Catherine McKenna, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, announced the appointment of Tamara Vrooman as Chair of the Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB), effective immediately. “Tamara...

Megaproject development tops $250 billion

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For the first time in Canadian history, the 100 largest public sector infrastructure projects under development have topped the $250 billion mark, according to...

Bennett Jones economic outlook includes infrastructure strategy

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Bennett Jones, an internationally recognized Canadian law firm, has released its Fall 2020 Economic Outlook, including strategic views on how to get “a better...

New infrastructure investments for recovery in Calgary

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The City of Calgary has announced new infrastructure investments totaling $152.8 million for 2020-2021, to support a more competitive, accessible and resilient city recovery...

WSP Global to acquire Golder

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Leading engineering and design firm WSP Global Inc. has entered into an agreement to acquire Golder, a leading engineering and consulting firm with more...

TAC releases report on bicycle infrastructure safety

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The continued growth of cycling in Canada is leading to the development of infrastructure that better serves the safety and mobility needs of cyclists....
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