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B.C. seeking qualified firms for Massey replacement

June 28, 2016 -

The Government of British Columbia has issued a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for parties interested in delivering the George Massey Tunnel Replacement Project. The project will be procured through a public-private partnership to design, build, partially finance, operate, maintain and rehabilitate...

Does Southern Ontario have enough airport capacity?

June 28, 2016 -

In a new report, the Toronto Region Board of Trade raises concerns that without coordinated action, Southern Ontario airports will not be able to meet the needs of our province’s growing economy. That is the conclusion drawn from the Board’s February Aviation Summit where leading airport, aviation...

September 12-14, 2016: Toronto Global Forum - Leading in Uncertain Times

June 27, 2016 -

Where: Fairmont Royal York - Toronto, ON Organization: The International Economic Forum of the Americas Website:

Ontario investing $1.1 billion in school repairs

June 27, 2016 -

The Government of Ontario has announced a $1.1 billion investment to repair and renew schools across the province so that they continue to be safe and modern places for students to learn. The $1.1 billion investment builds on $1.6 billion in existing funding that has been allocated for repairs and...

SNC-Lavalin joint venture earns OPG contracts

June 27, 2016 -

SNC-Lavalin announced that its joint venture (JV) with Aecon Group has been awarded two multi-million-dollar contracts by Ontario Power Generation (OPG) for nuclear services at the Darlington Nuclear Generating Station in Ontario. The first contract, valued at $265 million, is for the refurbishment...

New IMFG paper makes case for new taxes

June 27, 2016 -

The new IMFG paper, More Tax Sources for Canada’s Largest Cities: Why, What, and How?, released by the Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance, examines a dilemma that many large Canadian cities face: how should they pay for growing expenditure challenges and deteriorating infrastructure with...

Legal challenge dismissed against Howe bridge project

June 27, 2016 -

A lawsuit filed to stop the construction of the Gordie Howe International Bridge has been rejected by a federal judge. According to a story in The Detroit News, U.S. District Judge Rosemary Collyer rejected the lawsuit filed on behalf of Grosse Pointe billionaire Manuel Moroun’s Detroit International...

WSP Canada names new President

June 27, 2016 -

WSP Global Inc. has appointed Mr. Hugo Blasutta as WSP Canada Inc.’s new President and Chief Executive Officer. Formerly the Chief Executive Officer for MMM Group Limited, which WSP acquired in 2015, Hugo Blasutta was instrumental in the company’s growth into one of Canada’s largest privately...

WSP Canada opens Hamilton office

June 27, 2016 -

WSP Canada Inc. has officially opened a new office in downtown Hamilton, joining a growing influx of companies that are choosing to relocate to the city’s revitalized core. The move brings together more than 40 WSP engineering, environmental and technical specialists from the company’s Building...

Costs skyrocket for Muskrat Falls project

June 24, 2016 -

The new CEO of Nalcor Energy says that the Muskrat Falls power project was not the right choice for addressing Newfoundland and Labrador’s energy needs. According to an article from the CBC, Stan Marshall has acknowledged that the project is a boondoggle, and that extensive work needs to be done...

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