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City invests $250M in Toronto Hydro, offsets infrastructure renewal

June 29, 2017 -

Toronto Hydro Corporation has received an equity investment of $250 million from the City of Toronto and has issued to the city an additional 200 common shares. The investment is, in part, is to offset the costs Toronto Hydro’s infrastructure renewal projects. The book value of shareholder equity...

Categories: News, Ontario

Hines named Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Minister for Nova Scotia

June 16, 2017 -

Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil has unveiled his new cabinet, with Lloyd Hines taking over as the new minister of transportation and infrastructure renewal. Hines was first elected as the MLA for the riding of Guysborough-Eastern Shore-Tracadie in 2013, and was re-elected in last month’s general...

Categories: Atlantic Canada, News

Ontario Rolls out 10-Year Infrastructure Plan

June 24, 2011 -

In total, Ontario's infrastructure system is valued at more than $266 billion—and the province has an infrastructure deficit estimated at more than $100 billion. But the Province has been steadily investing in infrastructure since 2003 in an attempt to narrow the infrastructure gap. Today, from the...

Categories: News, Ontario

Urban Leadership Awards Winners Announced

May 11, 2011 -

Eleven individuals and groups who are making Canada’s cities healthier, safer, and more dynamic places to live and work have been chosen as the winners of this year’s Urban Leadership Awards program. Ranging from a group of community animators to an international film festival, to individuals...

Categories: National, News

Toward a Brownfield Toolkit for British Columbia

April 6, 2011 -

British Columbia is looking to develop a toolkit to help municipalities redevelop former gas stations. The harbour city of Nanaimo hosted two days of collaborative discussion as part of a pilot brownfield planning charette on former service stations. The charette is part of an ongoing project initiated...

Categories: News, Western Canada

CUTA Reports Transit Investment Needs Total $53.5 Billion

April 1, 2010 -

"Public transit infrastructure needs for the period 2010-2014 stands at $53.5 billion," said The Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA) President and CEO Michael Roschlau in a release Wednesday. These findings have been published in a new infrastructure report. CUTA surveyed transit systems across...

Categories: National, News

Stronger Roads Equals Less Maintenance

March 13, 2009 -

A new Canadian technology is changing the way roads are built in Nigeria. Cypher Environmental has developed a soil stabilizer called EarthZyme that improves soil characteristics for city streets, secondary roads and high-traffic roads. That means roads that don’t see a lot of maintenance and renewal...

Categories: International, News, Uncategorized

Edmonton Neighbourhood Renewal Program Announced

December 9, 2008 -

Edmonton's new Neighbourhood Renewal Program is focusing on updating infrastructure. "This three-year funding formula is designed to ensure we have the dollars necessary to more strategically manage the roads, sidewalks and streetlights that support our neighbourhoods," says Mike Koziol, general manager...

Categories: News, Western Canada

High Costs, Lack of Contractors Stump Renewal

April 13, 2007 -

Edmonton’s plan to speed up their neighbourhood renewal schedule from 250 to 50 years is going to be delayed because of inflated construction costs and a lack of contractors to do the work. This year, construction inflation has increased the average price for neighbourhood rehabilitation from $14 million...

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