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Twenty projects win 2016 Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards

Last night the winners of the 2016 Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards were handed out at a gala dinner in Ottawa. Bridges. transportation projects, a solid waste biorefinery and mega-mining projects are among the winners. » Read More

ACEC/AFIC gives individual awards to three engineers

ACEC presents the Beaubien Award for lifetime achievement, the Chair's Award for contributions to the consulting engineering industry, and the Allen D. Williams scholarship to a young professional. » Read More

"Shovel ready" projects a dangerous term

A Canadian Policy Forum report says the Liberal government's funding announcement "was the easy part," but the country needs a much more sophisticated way of prioritizing infrastructure spending. » Read More

Naturalization of Toronto's Don River and flood protection to cost more

Waterfront Toronto due diligence report shows complications are pushing up costs for a seven year project to create a 1,000-m new river valley off Lake Ontario. Several firms involved in the study. » read more

Press here: the Canadian government might require your fingerprints

Consultants who are contracted to work on projects that require security clearances will be pressing their fingerprints anytime soon. » read more

Employer surveillance in the age of social media: a Quebec case

When is it acceptable for a company to conduct surveillance on an employee, and when is it an infringement of his or her privacy? » read more
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November 2 - 3
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INFRA Congress

November 21 - 23
Montreal, QC » Read More