Tuesday, May 22, 2018

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BC to require anonymous land owners to reveal true identities

While the rest of the country debates privacy issues, British Columbia has boldly proclaimed that all owners of land in the province will have to publicly reveal their identities. In a budget revealed Tuesday in Victoria, finance...

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Detailed plans for 2-storey elementary school expansion in PEI unveiled

Detailed plans for a multi-million dollar expansion at Stratford Elementary School to address overcrowding in the town's two schools were unveiled Tuesday. The two-storey addition on the back of the building will likely allow one or half a grade...

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SaskPower expanding commercial smart meter pilot program

SaskPower is expanding their commercial and industrial smart meter pilot program to businesses across Saskatchewan. Approximately 7,500 customers will be getting the smart meters. “It will be a wide-swath across Saskatchewan,” SaskPower...

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Inuvik company fined $100K for accidental workplace fatality

A Northwest Territories judge has ordered Inuvik's Allen Services & Contracting Ltd. to pay $100,000 after the workplace death of David Vinnicombe. David Vinnicombe, a 19-year-old from Australia, was working for Allen Services in Inuvik in...

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EllisDon Announces the Appointment of Vice-President of Health, Safety & Environment

MISSISSAUGA, ON, Feb. 20, 2018 /CNW/ - EllisDon is pleased to announce the appointment of Steve Chaplin to the role of Vice-President of Health, Safety & Environment (HSE). Under Steve's direction EllisDon's Health, Safety &...

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Saint John to add phosphate in water system to curb copper pipe leaks

The City of Saint John is going to try to plug a leak that has cost many of the city’s west-side residents thousands of dollars in plumbing bills. The Common Council has voted to accept a recommendation to add phosphate to the well water that...

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RAIC awards 2018 Gold Medal to Saucier + Perrotte Architectes

OTTAWA, February 21, 2018 – The founders of Saucier + Perrotte Architectes, a Montreal firm that for 30 years has consistently produced refined, elegant and modern buildings – many for the public – are the recipients of the 2018 RAIC Gold...

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PCL Toronto Appoints New Director of Business Development

PCL Constructors Canada Inc. (Toronto) is pleased to announce the appointment of Terry Olynyk to the position ​of director, Business Development, in Toronto. He will report to PCL Toronto senior vice president and district manager Todd...

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Schneider Electric Canada donates $1M in kind to Ryerson University for Smart Building Analytics Living Lab

Mississauga, Ont. – February 20, 2018 – Schneider Electric Canada, the leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, has announced a new partnership with Ryerson University, donating $1 million in kind to design and build...

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Garaga Introduces a New Color: Chocolate Walnut

St-Georges, Febrary 2018  ̶  Once again, Garaga is expanding its choice of colors, adding Chocolate Walnut this time, for its Townships Collection and Standard+ Series doors, all of them R-16 polyurethane-injected doors. Garaga proposes this...

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Calgary arena roof collapses day after structural concerns raised

One day after structural concerns were raised about a city arena, the roof came crashing down Tuesday afternoon. Nobody was injured by the roof collapse at Fairview Arena, according to EMS, which responded to the scene along with the Calgary Fire...

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Work-related motor vehicle crashes leading cause of traumatic workplace deaths in B.C.

Richmond, BC / February 20, 2018 – Work-related motor vehicle incidents (MVIs) account for 33 per cent of all work-related traumatic deaths in British Columbia, making it the leading cause of traumatic workplace deaths in the province. On...

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