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Agreement reached to build road to Ring of Fire

August 21, 2017 -

Ontario is taking an important next step toward developing the Ring of Fire, working with Webequie, Marten Falls and Nibinamik First Nations to plan and construct a year-round access road into the proposed mining development site being pursued by Noront Resources Ltd. As part of this project, the province...

Categories: News, Ontario

Burlington releases details of legal contest of airport site expansion

June 29, 2017 -

Yesterday, Burlington City Council approved the public release of information related to litigation between the City of Burlington and the Burlington Executive Airport, concerning fill deposited at the airpark and the site expansion. The city notes that between 2008 and 2014, large amounts of fill...

Categories: News, Ontario

Release date announced for RFP for Hamilton's Pier 8 development

March 15, 2017 -

The City of Hamilton has announced that the launch date of the Pier 8 Request for Qualifications (RFQ) will be on April 18, 2017. The City’s West Harbour staff formally made the announcement earlier today at MIPIM (Le marché international des professionnels de l’immobilier), the world’s largest...

Categories: News, Ontario

$2.4 million to design Toronto's Rail Deck Park

October 6, 2016 -

There is precedent for the deck park. Chicago constructed Millenium Park, while New York has both Hudson Yards and Manhattan West. The cost of purchasing the parkland in the areas

Categories: News, Ontario

Office Space and Transit Planning

May 2, 2011 -

A recent report from the Canadian Urban Institute on office sprawl (The New Geography of Office Location and the Consequences of Business as Usual in the GTA) makes a few points crystal clear: 1. Office sprawl continues in the Toronto area. While often neglected, non-residential sprawl is as or more...

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Alberta Sells Industrial Lands for Redevelopment

August 6, 2010 -

The Alberta government is selling land in the Fort McMurray area to encourage development. Ray Danyluk, Alberta Minister of Infrastructure, said in a release, “The region continues to grow and needs more industrial and commercial land to support its development.” The first parcel of land is...

Categories: News, Western Canada

Even Grey is Going Green

March 3, 2010 -

On February 18, 2010 Robert Burak, President of the Canadian Precast/Prestressed Concrete Institute and Pierre Boucher, President and CEO, Cement Association of Canada signed a joint declaration of cement and concrete industry vision for a sustainable future Cement and concrete don't exactly conjure...

Categories: National, News

Highrise Havoc

August 11, 2009 -

Brampton City Council, you’re starting to sound a lot like Toronto City Council. Last week, the Council voted to continue its opposition to a proposal for a high-density residential development in an area currently zoned for sprawl. Royalcliff Developments and Lake Path Holdings want to put six...

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Majority of Caledon Residents Support Growth Plan

July 9, 2008 -

The findings of a public opinion poll released yesterday by the Caledon Countryside Alliance (CCA) confirm environmental issues remain a high priority for residents of Caledon. The research was conducted by Oraclepoll Research June 13-19, and was commissioned to evaluate residents’ current environmental...

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