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Decision looms over Esquimalt sewage treatment plant

With a new proposal in hand, the Capital Regional District in Victoria, B.C. is facing a major decision in its long-running dispute over how to deal with its sewage. » Read More

Ex-engineer goes to trial over Elliot Lake mall roof collapse

The crown has pinned its case on the individual who last carried out a structural examination of the mall. Robert Wood is charged with criminal negligence causing death. » Read More

SNC-Lavalin repays illegal contributions to Canada Elections

Neil Bruce, president and chief executive officer of SNC-Lavalin, says he is pleased with the agreement and that it reflects the efforts and progress the company has made since 2012. » Read More

Spill prompts Saskatchewan to launch pipeline inspection program

Program comes in the wake of the July 21 spill at a Husky Oil facility on the North Saskatchewan River which affected several communities. » Read More

New GE factory in Welland will be "brilliant"

A groundbreaking ceremony was held in late August for a 450,000 sq. ft. factory in southwest Ontario that will manufacturer heavy machinery using GE's most advanced systems and analysis. » Read More

A thousand tanks holding contaminated water at Fukushima

A New York Times article describes the titanic struggle to contain groundwater that is flooding into the destroyed reactors at the Dai-Ichi nuclear power station in Japan. » Read More
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Grundfos Canada Walk for Water

September 24 , 2016
Oakville, ON » Read More

2016 TAC Conference and Exhibition

September 25 - 28, 2016
Toronto, ON » Read More