Monday, December 11, 2017

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Stewiacke firm wins bid to build Pictou water plant

Kyle Slaunwhite, project manager for the town, recommended during Monday’s meeting that council accept the lowest bid of $3.1 million from L and R Construction to construct a new water treatment plant off of Wellington Street. Five...

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Infection Control Training and Certification Offered at 2017 ASSE International Annual Meeting

Mokena, Ill. (Sept. 21, 2017) — For the first time, ASSE International will offer the opportunity to become ASSE Certified during its 2017 Annual Meeting, held Nov. 7-10, 2017, at the Hilton Palacio del Rio in San Antonio. The blended online and...

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Northern Ontario businesses recognized for safety by WSIB

Two of the three inaugural WSIB Small Business Health and Safety Leadership Awards were awarded to Northern Ontario businesses. JTR & Custom Works Inc. of Timmins was named the gold-medal winner, earning $5,000 in award money. Owned by Jean...

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OECD: Housing risks ‘could even threaten financial stability’ in Canada

Canada’s economy will grow at a faster clip than expected in 2017, a new report says, but an overheated housing market still threatens to bulldoze optimism over rosy economic data in recent quarters. In its interim economic outlook released...

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Call for entries now open for 2018 Ontario Consulting Engineering Awards

TORONTO, Ont. (September 22 2017) – Consulting Engineers of Ontario, the only non-profit organization representing the voice of the province’s consulting engineering industry, has announced its call for entries for the Ontario Consulting...

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Indian Beach construction project continues in North Sydney

 A construction project aimed at the revitalization of Indian beach in North Sydney is nearing its completion. Advertisement  The Indian beach project, which began in early June, was expected to be completed in...

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Gas station companies cashing out on value of Vancouver real estate

Vancouver will likely lose more gas stations as land values soar and high-density zoning along major corridors in the city encourages more fuel companies to cash out, says a commercial real estate expert. “Gas stations are typically located in...

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Luum Textiles Launches Eastern Hemisphere

Complexity of Tibetan culture embodied in new Eastern Hemisphere collection’s rich colors and textures   Luum Textiles today announced the introduction of Eastern Hemisphere, its latest collection designed by Suzanne Tick. The...

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Construction of new Roseneath emergency services base underway

Construction of a new emergency services base for Roseneath, Ont., officially got underway Tuesday with a groundbreaking ceremony at the site on County Road 45. Officials from Northumberland County and the Township of Alnwick/Haldimand put...

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Plan unveiled for Toronto’s own World Trade Centre complex

The Toronto Region Board of Trade is planning to build a World Trade Centre complex in the city to house its headquarters, with the hope of establishing a prestigious local address that will draw foreign consuls-general, trade-promotion agencies and...

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The Buildings Show Takes on a Transitioning Built Environment

TORONTO, ON, Sept. 20, 2017 – The Buildings Show, North America’s largest networking and educational event for design, architecture, construction and real estate industries returns to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) from Nov. 29 to...

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IAPMO technical committee meetings second step toward development of 2018 Uniform Solar/Hydronic and Swimming Pool Codes

Ontario, Calif. (Sept. 20, 2017) — The International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) on Oct. 24-25 will host Technical Committee Meetings toward the ANSI-accredited consensus development of the 2018 editions of the Uniform...

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