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November 22–23, 2017: CityAge Toronto - Build the future

December 15, 2016 -

Location: Toronto, Ont. Organization: CityAge Website: http://cityage.org/toronto/

May 23–24, 2017: CityAge Hamilton

December 15, 2016 -

Location: Hamilton, Ont. Organization: CityAge Website: cityage.org/hamilton/

March 30, 2017: CityAge — The Data Effect

December 15, 2016 -

Location: Ottawa, Ont. Organization: CityAge Website: http://cityage.org/dataeffect/

Duncan to lead Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority

December 15, 2016 -

Minister of Infrastructure and Communities Amarjeet Sohi announced the appointment of Dwight Duncan as chair of the board of directors at the Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (WDBA). Mr. Duncan has served as interim chairperson of the WDBA since January 1, 2016, and the new appointment is for a five-year...

Tags: Amarjeet Sohi, bridge, construction, Dwight Duncan, Infrastructure, Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority

Supporting the Pan-Canadian Framework

December 14, 2016 -

The federal government’s release of the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change has provided a roadmap for how this country will be guided towards a low carbon economy. The framework, which provides direction on carbon pricing, emissions reduction, resilience, and innovation, has...

Tags: CaGBC, clean growth, climate change, construction, emissions, Infrastructure, low-carbon, Pan-Canadian Framework, Thomas Mueller

Toronto Council backs tolls for Gardiner, DVP

December 14, 2016 -

Toronto City Council has voted 32-9 in support of Mayor John Tory’s proposal to introduce road tolls to the Gardiner Expressway and Don Valley Parkway. According to the Toronto Star, the final decision will not be made until sometime in 2017, but the council vote provides Tory with a strong mandate...

Tags: City Council, construction, DVP, Gardiner, Infrastructure, tolls, Toronto, transit, transportation

Cross-border transmission projects gain state department approval

December 14, 2016 -

The U.S. State Department has approved two cross-border transmission projects that will see Canadian producers provide renewable energy to customers in the U.S. According to an article from Engineering News-Record, the department has approved the US$1.2 billion New England Clean Power Link, which...

Tags: construction, energy, Infrastructure, renewable energy, state department, transmission, U.S.

$40 million pledged to build Freedom Road

December 13, 2016 -

Shoal Lake 40 First Nation will get its Freedom Road after the provincial and federal governments, along with the City of Winnipeg, reached an agreement to fund the road. According to a CBC News report, the three levels of government will provide $40 million for the project, a 24-kilometre roadway...

Tags: construction, First Nation, Freedom Road, Infrastructure, Shoal Lake 40, transportation, Winnipeg

Fairview Container Terminal expansion project reaches 75 per cent completion

December 12, 2016 -

The Port of Prince Rupert and DP World announced a significant milestone in the ongoing expansion of Fairview Container Terminal. The Phase II North container terminal expansion project, launched in the first quarter of 2015, is now more than 75 per cent complete and is on schedule to increase annual...

Tags: CN Rail, construction, DP World, expansion, Fairview Container Terminal, Infrastructure, port, Prince Rupert

Ontario, Canada partnering to expand Highway 404

December 12, 2016 -

Ontario and Canada are partnering to expand Highway 404, a key road transportation link in the Greater Toronto-Hamilton Area. The province and the federal government are widening the existing highway from six to eight lanes and adding an HOV lane in each direction between Highway 407 ETR and Stouffville...

Tags: Canada, construction, ETR, Highway 404, HOV, Infrastructure, Ontario, transportation

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