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May 31 - June 2, 2017: Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Green Infrastructure Conference

September 21, 2016 -

Where: Cobo Hall, Detroit, Mich. Organization: Hosted by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and its partners Website: http://www.michigan.gov/deq/0,4561,7-135-3308_3333_4169_21606-384756--,00.html

Tags: Detroit, great lakes, green, Infrastructure, Michigan, st. lawrence, wastewater, water

Bridgepoint receives Governor General's Medal in Architecture

September 21, 2016 -

Bridgepoint Active Healthcare and its architectural partners (Stantec Architecture, KPMB Architects, HDR Architecture and Diamond Schmitt Architects) were recognized with a Governor General’s Medal in Architecture in a ceremony at Rideau Hall. The medal is considered to be the highest recognition for...

Tags: architecture, Bridgepoint, construction, Diamond & Schmitt, Governor General, HDR, healthcare, Infrastructure, KPMB, Stantec

OMERS part of $9.6 billion Port of Melbourne purchase

September 21, 2016 -

The Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System (OMERS) announced that it has joined a group of investors in the $9.6 billion acquisition of the Port of Melbourne. The Lonsdale Consortium, comprising the Future Fund, QIC, Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) and OMERS, was named by the Victorian...

Tags: construction, Infrastructure, OMERS, pension, Port of Melbourne

Manitoba to investigate new systems for infrastructure funding

September 21, 2016 -

Indigenous and Municipal Affairs Minister Eileen Clarke will be holding regional roundtable meetings to consult with mayors, reeves and councils on new approaches to strategic infrastructure investments. “Municipalities have told us provincial infrastructure funding needs to be more flexible to...

Tags: construction, Infrastructure, Manitoba, Winnipeg

TRU receives funding for new Industrial Training and Technology Centre

September 21, 2016 -

The governments of Canada and B.C. have announced a $30-million investment in a new Industrial Training and Technology Centre at Thompson Rivers University. The funding will enable TRU to build a new 5,344-square-metre Industrial Training and Technology Centre that will allow the university to expand...

Tags: construction, Infrastructure, technology, Thompson Rivers University, training, TRU

RFQ released for Highway 401 rail tunnel

September 20, 2016 -

Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Metrolinx have issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for interested parties to design, build and finance the Highway 401 Rail Tunnel project that will support the infrastructure needed to expand GO rail service on the Kitchener Corridor. The RFQ outlines the scope...

Tags: construction, GO train, Infrastructure, Infrastructure Ontario, IO, Metrolinx, transit, transportation

Canada, Ontario announce Clean Water and Wastewater Fund agreement

September 20, 2016 -

The governments of Canada and Ontario announced a bilateral agreement that will make more than $1.1 billion in combined funding available under the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund (CWWF). The federal government is providing up to 50 per cent of this funding, amounting to almost $570 million, for projects...

Tags: Canada, Clean Water and Wastewater Fund, construction, Infrastructure, Ontario, wastewater, water

Canada, Saskatchewan sign bilateral agreement

September 20, 2016 -

The governments of Canada and Saskatchewan announced a bilateral agreement that will make more than $236.6 million in combined funding available to Canadians and their communities under two new federal programs – the Clean Water and Wastewater Fund and the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund.  The...

Tags: bilateral agreement, Canada, construction, Infrastructure, Saskatchewan, wastewater, water

Wind project denied in Saskatchewan

September 20, 2016 -

Environment Minister Scott Moe announced a wind energy project near Chaplin, approximately 85 km west of Moose Jaw, will not be approved to proceed in its proposed location. This decision was made after completing an environmental assessment process that included feedback from environmental non-government...

Tags: Algonquin Power, construction, energy, Infrastructure, Saskatchewan, SaskPower, wind

Governments investing in UBC infrastructure

September 20, 2016 -

The University of British Columbia’s Vancouver Campus is receiving $39.7 million from the federal government and $11.8 million from the provincial government for three projects: $44.3 million to renew and replace facilities at the Undergraduate Life Sciences Teaching Labs at the Biological Sciences...

Tags: construction, education, Infrastructure, UBC, University of British Columbia

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