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Quebec revisiting land use planning regulations

September 15, 2017 -

Martin Coiteux, the Government of Quebec’s minister of municipal affairs and land occupancy, has announced creation of a committee to consider the development of new government orientations in land use planning (OGAT). It will be composed of the Minister and representatives of the two major municipal...

Tags: land use, municipalities, planning, Quebec

Peissel promoted by WSP

September 15, 2017 -

Eric Peissel, currently serving as WSP's vice president of transportation for Western Canada, will be assuming the role of national business line executive—transportation, for WSP in Canada on January 1st, 2018. This appointment follows the announcement that Dave Jull will be retiring from this role...

Tags: Dave Jull, Erie Peissel, transportation, WSP

Selkirk Regional Health Centre opens

September 15, 2017 -

Manitoba’s newest regional hospital celebrated its grand opening in Selkirk with a ceremony attended by the province’s health minister and community representatives. “The new Selkirk Regional Health Centre better accommodates residents’ health-care needs and the delivery of health-care services...

Tags: health care, hospital, Manitoba, Selkirk

Saskatchewan releases 2018 road construction tenders

September 15, 2017 -

The Government of Saskatchewan has released its tenders for the 2018 construction season. The tenders include more than 550 kilometres of surface improvements and consist of more than 30 construction contracts, half a dozen bridge and culvert projects, and more than a dozen crushing and stockpiling contracts...

Tags: construction, highway, road, Saskatchewan, SHCA, tender

Regina celebrates new joint-use schools

September 13, 2017 -

Education Minister Bronwyn Eyre, along with Regina Public and Catholic School Divisions, joined students and staff at École Harbour Landing School and St. Kateri Tekakwitha Catholic School to celebrate the grand opening of their new K-8 joint-use school, one of three built in Regina. “We are pleased...

Tags: Bronwyn Eyre, Joint-Use, Regina, school, student

B.C. Government provides budget update

September 13, 2017 -

The Government of B.C., under the leadership of premier John Horgan, has issued its first budget update stating financial priorities for the months ahead. The Budget Update outlined current public sector infrastructure investment commitments: $2.6 billion for post-secondary institutions around...

Tags: B.C., British Columbia, budget, Infrastructure, John Horgan

Shallow Geothermal Energy Mapping Initiative begins in Quebec

September 13, 2017 -

The Canadian GeoExchange Coalition (CGC) has announced that work has begun to create a detailed resource map of ground thermal conductivity at depths up to 200 meters (650 ft.) in one of Canada’s most densely populated areas. The project team at Quebec’s Institut national de la recherche scientifique...

Tags: CGC, energy, geothermal, mapping, Montreal, Quebec, Quebec City

Out is the old, in is the new

September 12, 2017 -

Municipalities have shifted their thinking on the development of community infrastructure, bringing projects back from the outlying areas and back into redeveloped lands in the city centre. As the core of the discussion at WeirFouldsʼevent focused on ʻmunicipal infrastructure projects that can promote...

Tags: community, London, public infrastructure, recreation, WeirFoulds, Windsor

Carillion makes changes to its senior leadership

September 11, 2017 -

Carillion has announced changes to its senior leadership team. Emma Mercer has been appointed chief financial officer effective immediately. Since joining Carillion in 2008, Mercer has held several senior positions, most recently finance director of the UK construction business, prior to which she...

Tags: Andy Jones, Canada, Carillion, Emma Mercer, EY, leadership, Lee Watson

Government of Canada looks to restore Churchill rail service

September 11, 2017 -

The Government of Canada is deeply concerned that OmniTRAX Inc. has not yet commenced repairs and that further delay may jeopardize the ability to complete repairs before winter. As per its 2008 agreement, the Government of Canada committed to provide financial support to Hudson Bay Railway Company in...

Tags: Churchill, government of canada, Manitoba, OmniTrax, rail

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