Monday, December 11, 2017

News

Michigan fires contractor doing oil pipeline risk analysis

Michigan said on Wednesday it has fired a consultant after state officials discovered a conflict of interest with an employee of the company conducting an independent analysis on the risks of an oil spill from Calgary-based Enbridge Inc's Line 5...

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Construction to start this summer on Line 3 replacement pipeline

Construction will start this summer on Enbridge's 1,700-kilometre Line 3 replacement pipeline, the largest project the company has ever undertaken. Several pipeline projects have been proposed to pass through the Prairies, though this will be...

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Construction begins on new bus terminal at Union Station

Ontario is celebrating the start of construction of a new bus terminal in Toronto that will give commuters and families from across the province easier, more seamless access to transit options, helping them get where they need to go...

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ISH China & CIHE 2017 gathered a record high of 61,612 visitors

ISH China & CIHE – China International Trade Fair for Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning, Sanitation & Home Comfort System concluded with record-breaking results. Held from 18 – 20 May, the show was organised by Messe Frankfurt...

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Auditor general report raises red flags about Toronto’s oversight of commercial leases at Union station

The city has failed to collect almost $10 million it’s owed by commercial tenants at Union Station and has not exercised basic oversight of some leases at the rail hub for years, according to an auditor general’s report. The report, which...

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Victoria bus lanes delayed by rising construction costs

New transit lanes aimed at easing gridlock for buses in Victoria have been put on hold due to rising construction costs. Work was supposed to begin shortly to add more bus-only lanes on busy sections of Douglas Street — one of the region's...

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Toronto tenant calling for more transparency regarding fire inspection reports

When Mark Legate noticed what looked like a fire code violation — an exit blocked by construction in his North York building — back in April 2016, he called the fire department. But after fighting through red tape for more than a year,...

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Will Trump’s border wall produce solar generated energy?

US President Donald Trump has told supporters that his proposed wall along the border with Mexico could have solar panels fixed to it. Addressing a rally in Iowa, he said the panels would provide cheap energy and help to pay for the...

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Call for Presenters for OAA Continuing Education Sessions

Call for Presenters for OAA Continuing Education Sessions Deadline for Call for Proposals: September 29, 2017 Eligibility: Open to educators, presenters with expertise in their field Theme: Bold by Design Submission form and...

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A look at nine famous architects who didn’t possess an architecture degree

Had the worst jury ever? Failed your exams? Worry not! Before you fall on your bed and cry yourself to sleep—after posting a cute, frantic-looking selfie on Instagram, of course (hashtag so dead)—take a look at this list of nine celebrated...

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Teknion wins several NeoCon 2017 awards for new workplace products

   Teknion Corporation today announced that multiple new workplace products from its Teknion, Studio TK and Luum Textiles collections received prestigious recognition at NeoCon 2017, held June 12-14 at The Mart in Chicago. Three of the honors...

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Deaths of transmission-line workers show need for safe workplaces

The heads of an electrical workers' union and a safety association say the deaths of two men working to build a transmission line near Come by Chance, N.L., are a sad reminder of the importance of safe workplaces. Don Murphy, business manager...

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