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Make users pay for the water services they use: report

September 27, 2017 -

Municipal water and wastewater services are vital to our health, the economy, and the environment. These networks of infrastructure produce and deliver clean drinking water and remove and treat wastewater. Yet there are hidden problems in many municipalities: Canadians are some of the biggest water...

Tags: EcoFiscal Commission, Infrastructure, wastewater, water

Quebec, Toyota to study hydrogen infrastructure

September 25, 2017 -

Following the recent meeting between Quebec minister of energy and natural resources Pierre Arcand, and Toyota Motor Corporation Chairman Takeshi Uchiyamada, Toyota Canada and Transition Énergétique Québec (TEQ) have announced their intention to enter into an MOU to study the market requirements for...

Tags: fuel cell, hydrogen, pierre Arcand, Quebec, Toyota

Ministers hold productive discussions on infrastructure

September 25, 2017 -

The Government of Canada convened the second federal, provincial, and territorial meeting of ministers responsible for infrastructure. Federal minister of infrastructure and communities Amarjeet Sohi and Ontario minister of infrastructure Bob Chiarelli co-hosted the meeting. The ministers began the...

Tags: Amarjeet Sohi, Bob Chiarelli, Infrastructure, minister

Phase 2 of CHUM complex in Montreal complete

September 19, 2017 -

The Government of Quebec has celebrated the opening of the new buildings of the second phase of construction of the new hospital complex at the University of Montreal (CHUM). The three 25-storey buildings will each house therapeutic and hospital diagnostic services, emergency, and clinical follow-ups...

Tags: CHUM, health care, hospital, Montreal, Philippe Couillard, university

Architects selected to design Winnipeg innovation centre

September 18, 2017 -

Red River College (RRC) in Winnipeg has awarded a $95-million Innovation Centre project to Diamond Schmitt Architects in joint venture with Number TEN Architectural Group. The 100,000-square-foot development will comprise new construction and incorporate a repurposed downtown heritage building to provide...

Tags: architect, design, Diamond & Schmitt, innovation, Number TEN, Red River College, Winnipeg

Edmonton hosts Communities of Practice

September 18, 2017 -

ReNew Canada publisher Todd Latham joined 26 other government leaders and association representatives from eleven provincial and territorial asset management Communities of Practice (CoP) in Edmonton last week for a national workshop designed to develop a collaborative framework among the various organizations. The...

Tags: Asset Management, Edmonton, FCM

Alberta Renewable Electricity Program reaches RFP stage

September 18, 2017 -

Alberta moves one step closer to its target of 30 per cent renewable energy by 2030 as round one of the Renewable Electricity Program enters the request for proposals stage. The Alberta Electric System Operator (AESO) has invited national and international companies to participate in the final stage...

Tags: Alberta, electricity, energy, power, renewable, RFP

Geoff Hogan appointed inaugural CEO of SWIFT

September 15, 2017 -

The board of directors of the SouthWestern Integrated Fibre Technology (SWIFT) Initiative has announced the appointment of Geoff Hogan as SWIFT's inaugural chief executive officer (CEO). Reporting to the board, the CEO is the key management leader of SWIFT and responsible for overseeing a multi-faceted...

Tags: broadband, Fibre, Geoff Hogan, SWIFT

Alberta commits new funding to Edmonton LRT

September 15, 2017 -

The Government of Alberta is providing an additional $176-million grant to the City of Edmonton for construction of the southeast leg of the Valley Line LRT. The funding was originally provided to Edmonton in 2014 as an interest-free loan. The province is now converting this loan into a grant, with...

Tags: Brian Mason, Don Iveson, Edmonton, light rail, LRT, Valley Line

Ontario seeking design concepts for hydrogen-powered GO trains

September 15, 2017 -

Ontario is electrifying the GO rail network to transform how people move around the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), and is seeking design concepts for Hydrogen-powered trains as an alternative to conventional overhead wires. Through the GO Regional Express Rail (RER) program, Ontario will...

Tags: GO, hydrogen, Metrolinx, rail, RER

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