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B.C. commits $200M to expand the Cariboo Connector

March 28, 2017 -

The Province of British Columbia is building on its continued commitment to increase capacity and improve efficiency of the Cariboo Connector with a further $200 million of provincial funding, announced Minister of State for Rural Economic Development Donna Barnett. “Today I’m announcing funding...

Tags: B.C., BC, Connector, highway, Highway 97

Eglinton Crosstown LRT Moves to Battery Back-Up

March 28, 2017 -

Ontario has announced a partnership with Toronto Hydro to build a battery energy storage system for the Eglinton Crosstown light rail transit (LRT) line, which will increase the reliability of the line, lower operating costs, and reduce emissions. Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca and MPP for...

Tags: Metrolinx, transit

April 27, 2017: Maxxam Science Summit 2017—Soil Vapour, Site Assessment & Remediation

March 24, 2017 -

Where: Brampton, Ont. Organization: Maxxam Website: www.eventbrite.ca/maxxam-science-summit-2017-soil-vapour-site-assessment-and-remediation-tickets

Cross-border power projects on the rise

March 2, 2017 -

Day two at the 10th Global Leadership Infrastructure Forum in Montréal shone a spotlight on the development of significant infrastructure projects around the world, including two cross-border power projects. The Champlain Hudson Power Express (CHPE), a 536-kilometre 1,000 MW HVDC transmission line...

Solving America’s infrastructure deficit

March 1, 2017 -

The director of infrastructure for U.S. President Donald Trump’s transition team is hopeful that his recommendations can kickstart development in the country. Speaking to the 10th Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum in Montréal, Dan Slane suggested that infrastructure crisis now facing the U.S...

Does the U.S. need an Infrastructure Commission?

March 1, 2017 -

The opening session at the 10th Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum sparked an intriguing discussion on the future of infrastructure in the United States. In a conversation between Clifford Myers, president of Ipsos North America and Dan Slane, director of infrastructure for the Trump Transition...

Fourth Day Announces New Partnerships in Canada

February 24, 2017 -

Fourth Day has acquired both a new project and a new partner in Canada as it helps Getcleantech.com to raise its international profile. Getcleantech.com is disrupting the way people connect to and do business in the cleantech space. The platform, recently started by a group of technology professionals...

Tags: cleantech, global, U.K., United Kingdom

April 24–25: ULI Toronto — Electric Cities Symposium

January 23, 2017 -

Location: Toronto, Ont. Organization: Urban Land Institute Website: http://toronto.uli.org/2017-registration-open/

Big-City Mayors' Caucus urges Trudeau to invest in public transit

January 23, 2017 -

On January 20th, Canada's big-city mayors urged Prime Minister Trudeau to use his government's next budget to launch a new era of public transit and to tackle Canada's housing affordability crisis head-on. "Our discussion with the Prime Minister today focused on the budget — as really a once-in-a-generation...

Tags: Big City Mayor's Caucus, Big-City, FCM, Federation of Canadian Municipalities, Iveson, Justin Trudeau, mayors, public transit, Top 100, Top 100 Infrastructure Projects, transit, Trudeau

February 7, 2017: Today's New and Developing Carbon Markets—Part 2

January 19, 2017 -

Where: Toronto, Ont. Organization: University of Toronto, School of the Environment Website: www.eventbrite.ca/e/todays-new-and-developing-carbon-markets-part-2

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