Wednesday, July 6, 2022

Tag: water

Nanaimo receives grant for Whiskey Creek Water Supply Upgrade project

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The Regional District of Nanaimo (RDN) announced $931,000 in approved grant funding for phase two of the Whiskey Creek Water Supply Upgrade project. The RDN...

Fluid planning when building over water

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Construction is always a dynamic process, but when the environment at the site is itself in motion, this takes on a new meaning. This...

IBI Group acquires Ontario-based Cole Engineering

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IBI Group Inc. announced today that it has completed the purchase of the assets of southern Ontario-based Cole Engineering Group Ltd. Founded in 2003,...

Water infrastructure funds for eight Alberta communities

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The governments of Canada and Alberta, with the support of municipalities and other community organizations, will provide more than $107.5 million to complete eight...

Water infrastructure funds announced for Quebec municipalities

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Catherine McKenna, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities, and Andrée Laforest, Quebec's Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, announced joint funding contributions of over $637.8 million for 280 drinking...

N.S. communities receive funding to support water infrastructure

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Fifteen municipal projects in Nova Scotia will receive funding to help mitigate flood risk and support municipal infrastructure, including $675,477 for 10 projects under...

Hamilton announces substantial completion of the Biosolid Management Project

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The City of Hamilton and Infrastructure Canada have announced that substantial completion of the Biosolid Management Project has been achieved, offering a long-term, sustainable...

Manitoba announces increase to infrastructure spending

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The Government of Manitoba is increasing infrastructure investments by an additional $500 million as part of an economic stimulus package to help restart the...

Fredericton to delay two major infrastructure projects due to COVID-19

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Fredericton City Council has decided to postpone two major infrastructure renewal projects scheduled for this spring and summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Planned...

Op-Ed: World Water Day was an opportunity to highlight opportunities for...

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World Water Day was held on March 22nd.  At the time, advocates called on us to think of the two billion people around the...
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