Saturday, June 23, 2018

News

Cadillac Fairview boosts investment in Toronto’s downtown with $800 million office tower

  News story starts here Cadillac Fairview (CF), in conjunction with the Investment Management Corporation of Ontario (IMCO) is pleased to announce construction of a new 46-storey office tower at 160 Front Street West, on the northeast...

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Aecon with joint venture partners SNC-Lavalin and AECOM awarded Fuel Channel and Feeder Replacement contract by Bruce Power

  Toronto, ON – June 14, 2018: Aecon Group Inc. (TSX: ARE) announced today that a joint venture between Aecon, SNC-Lavalin and AECOM has been awarded a $475 million contract by Bruce Power to execute the Unit 6 Fuel Channel and Feeder...

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Winnipeg unveils proposed design for new St. James bridge project

Winnipeggers can now get a glimpse of what a widened Route 90 and new St. James bridge might look like. The City of Winnipeg has posted functional design drawings to its website showing the proposed alignment for the bridge, which will include...

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Canada Pension Plan Investment Board to issue green bonds for renewable energy, water / watewater management and green buildings

 Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) announced today plans to issue its inaugural Green Bond, becoming the first pension fund to do so. The sale will provide additional funding for CPPIB as it increases its holdings in renewables and...

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Mississauga proposes new health and safety certification requirement for construction contractors

In its commitment to health and safety, City of Mississauga staff today brought forward a report to General Committee recommending that all construction contractors bidding on City contracts above a certain value have Certificate of...

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Technical error delays post-flood damage inspections for dozens of New Brunswick flood claimants

Officials from New Brunswick’s Emergency Measures Organization have confirmed dozens of claimants who registered for Financial Disaster Assistance after this spring’s historic flooding did not get an inspection because of an error. Following...

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Toronto’s new wave of development looks for community

In Toronto, which is swelling with new developments, condos, and arrivals, the Well, a massive mixed-use project, shows how the city continues to evolve. At the moment, the Well is a 7-acre hole in the ground near a rail junction in King West,...

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Canada Green Building Council certifies Bentall Kennedy office building as Canada’s first Zero Carbon Building – Performance certification

Ottawa, ON – June 13, 2018 – The Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) announced today that 100 Murray Street in Ottawa, ON has been awarded Canada’s first Zero Carbon Building (ZCB) – Performance certification. The Bentall Kennedy managed,...

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Nova Scotia approves smart meter program

Nova Scotia Power has received regulatory approval to install digital smart meters, which will collect data on customers’ power usage. The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board (UARB) has approved Nova Scotia Power’s plan to upgrade all of its...

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Tesla to remove branded kiosks from Home Depot stores in the United States

Tesla is ending its partnership with Home Depot and will remove its branded kiosks from as many as 800 of the home improvement chain’s U.S. stores by the end of the year. The move is sudden reversal for Tesla, which has spent the past six...

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IAPMO again promotes and celebrates National High-Performance Building Week

Washington, D.C. (June 12, 2018) – As it has done for nearly a decade, the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO®) will again play an integral role in national High-Performance Building Week. This year’s event...

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Stakeholder feedback sought on Accessibility Policy Paper

The Canadian Commission on Building and Fires Codes (CCBFC) is in the process of finalizing a policy paper on accessibility. This paper identifies and examines policy issues related to the access to and use of buildings by people of all ages and...

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