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York commits to electric bus demonstration

March 27, 2017 -

The Regional Municipality of York has confirmed its involvement in the Pan-Ontario Electric Bus Demonstration and Integration Trial by approving the purchase of six fully battery electric transit vehicles to operate in the Town of Newmarket, Ont. The Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium...

Tags: battery, bus, electric, Newmarket, Pan-Ontario, transit, York

Ambrose critical of federal budget

March 27, 2017 -

The Conservative Party is speaking very critically of last week’s budget introduced by the federal Liberal government. Speaking at the Toronto Region Board of Trade, Interim Leader Rona Ambrose was quick to criticize the ‘nickel and dime-ing’ of taxpayers she feels is very evident in this year’s...

Tags: budget, Conservative Party, Infrastructure, Liberal, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Rona Ambrose, transit

Alberta announces $149 million restoration at U of A

March 24, 2017 -

The Government of Alberta is investing $149 million over four years to restore the University of Alberta’s historic Dentistry/Pharmacy Building. The renovated building will serve as the university’s new administrative hub, where all administrative processes including Office of the Registrar will...

Tags: Alberta, education, government, restoration, University of Alberta

GNWT releases RFQ for Tłı̨chǫ all-season road

March 24, 2017 -

The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) has begun the formal procurement process for the Tłı̨chǫ All Season Road (TASR) by releasing the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to design, build, finance, operate, and maintain an all-season road to Whatì. “Construction of the Tłı̨chǫ...

Tags: all-season, GNWT, Northwest Territories, P3, public-private, road, Tłı̨chǫ

Canada approved for Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank

March 24, 2017 -

Canada has been named as one of 13 applicants approved for inclusion in the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. Its approval marks the first North American country to become part of the Bank. According to an article from the Toronto Star, the China-led bank will provide infrastructure capital for...

Tags: Asia, Canada, China, Infrastructure, infrastructure bank, investment

Ontario extending Richmond Hill GO transit line

March 24, 2017 -

Ontario is extending the Richmond Hill GO line with the construction of a new GO station at Highway 404 and Bloomington Road. The new station will extend the Richmond Hill GO rail line north from the current terminus at Gormley GO Station, and will offer commuters living in Aurora and Whitchurch-Stouffville...

Tags: Aurora, GO, Highway 404, Metrolinx, Ontario, Richmond Hill, transit

Pomerleau unveils its new vision, values

March 23, 2017 -

After a coast-to-coast expansion and the celebration of its 50th anniversary, both in 2016, Pomerleau decided to revisit its corporate vision and values. “It was a perfect moment to reflect on our evolution and our future goals—and the ideal time for us to rethink a vision and values that are...

Tags: construction, corporate, Infrastructure, Pomerleau, values, vision

Alberta commits $270.6 million to the University of Calgary

March 23, 2017 -

The Government of Alberta is committing $270.6 million over four years for 500 new study and classroom spaces with the renovation of the MacKimmie Complex and Professional Faculties building at the University of Calgary. The investment will renew student spaces for the faculties of Nursing and Social...

Tags: Alberta, Calgary, education, MacKimmie, university, University of Calgary

Alberta to twin Highway 15 bridge

March 23, 2017 -

The Government of Alberta plans to fully twin the critical Highway 15 corridor between Edmonton and Fort Saskatchewan. The much-needed project involves construction of a second bridge crossing the North Saskatchewan River at the southern entrance to the City of Fort Saskatchewan and twinning the remaining...

Tags: bridge, Fort Saskatchewan, Highway 15, Saskatchewan River, transportation, twinning

Breaking down Budget 2017

March 23, 2017 -

The infrastructure money train looks primed to leave the station in Ottawa, even if people aren’t quite sure when and how those dollars will be spent. First and foremost, the Canadian Infrastructure Bank (CIB). The expectation was that details about the structure, location, and some basic information...

Tags: Bill Morneau, budget, Canadian Infrastructure Bank, CanWEA, Charles Sousa, Federal Budget, Infrastructure, Minister Sohi, Pierre Moreau, Toronto Region Board of Trade

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