Tuesday, December 10, 2019

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The iThrone evaporative toilet answers the call for healthy cities

    As blogged on Forbes.com, when you can’t flush it, vaporize it. A company called change:WATER Labs is developing an alternative to flushing waste called the iThrone. It’s described as a portable, space-saving, waste-shrinking...

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Iraqi newcomer building bridges, fixing roads of Cape Breton

    As reported in The ChronicleHerald, when he immigrated to Halifax a couple of years ago, the Iraqi engineer stayed in an Airbnb because he knew nobody. Now, he is building bridges and maintaining the roads of Cape...

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City of Saskatoon set to demolish high-end home after homeowner vanishes

    As reported on CTV News, a house in an upscale Saskatoon neighbourhood is about to be demolished. Its owner is nowhere to be found. Neighbours say the home, located in the 100 block of Beechdale Crescent, has been vacant for...

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DataBid Blog: 9 Challenges of Field Service Management

    Field service management is a serious challenge for businesses. Companies need effective strategies to meet customer expectations, balance the workforce and stay profitable. Every business tries its best to overcome these...

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Ontario establishes construction advisory panel

    THE BLUE MOUNTAINS - The Ontario government is partnering with the construction sector by establishing a special advisory panel to provide advice on a broad range of workplace issues, Minister of Labour Monte McNaughton announced...

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ActiveConversion Blog: Industrial Digital Marketing Experts Manage More Than Just Your Website

It’s no secret that marketing in B2B is undervalued – particularly in terms of digital marketing. I still come across countless industrial companies that have a franken-site that looks like it was built in the late nineties. So, when an...

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Remove The Fume now offering Plymovent brand downdraft tables

The Remove The Fume brand was founded in 2017 by our CEO and the North American operating director as an e-commerce solution to acquiring weld fume extraction safety equipment. The manifest was to offer weld fume extraction equipment with an...

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Address the Climate Crisis – Attend Green Building Festival

What are you doing to address the climate crisis? Here's one way: attend the 2019 Green Building Festival Oct 8th in Toronto. Millions of people of all ages are participating in climate strikes around the world. Awareness of climate crisis is...

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RioCan celebrates the Redevelopment of Yonge Sheppard Centre with #OurBlockParty, October 17

September 26, 2019 (Toronto) – With the redevelopment of Yonge Sheppard Centre complete, RioCan invites the community to celebrate with a block party at the Centre on Thursday, October 17. #OurBlockParty celebrates the completion of an...

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BC local governments recognized for leadership in wood design and building at 2019 Union of BC Municipalities Convention

VANCOUVER, Sept. 25, 2019 /CNW/ - Leadership in structural and architectural wood use by local governments was recognized today at the Union of BC Municipalities Convention in Vancouver, as Wood WORKS! BC announced the winners of the 2019...

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Plymovent announces two locations in California to meet the market demand for fume extraction equipment

Plymovent is proud to announce two locations in California to meet the market demand for fume extraction equipment in the North and South ends of the United States third largest state. For over forty years the OEM Plymovent brand has specialized...

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Building Medicine Hat’s massive Sammis Tepee was an engineering challenge to rival the Eiffel Tower

    As reported on CBC.ca, if there's one thing Albertans do even better than huge trucks and grain elevators, it's making massive monuments for little places. Follow Tamarra Canu on her summer Albertan road trip as she travels her...

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Construction begins on renovation and expansion of Highlands School in Edmonton

    As reported on Global News, students and staff from Highlands, Montrose and Mount Royal schools gathered Wednesday to witness the start of a significant transformation. At more than a century old, Highlands School has...

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Toronto mayor wants new road construction safety plan in ‘weeks’ following pedestrian deaths

    As reported on CP24.com, Mayor John Tory said the will have some sort of new plan to avoid further road fatalities within “weeks,” after meeting with major residential and transit infrastructure construction firms...

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Major $250M development moving forward in east Windsor

    As reported on CTV News, one of the largest development projects in Windsor’s history is moving forward. The $250-million project by Farhi Holdings will include seven condominium and apartment buildings with one and two...

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