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Evergreen Line in Vancouver opens December

Metro Vancouver's latest extension to its light rapid transit network will open in early December, giving the city the longest automated and driverless rapid transit system in the world. » Read More

Federal government to use 100% renewable energy in its buildings

Canada's government embarks on program to drastically reduce its own greenhouse gas emissions over the coming years, partly by greening its vehicles, but also by retrofitting buildings. » Read More

WSP third quarter results are "strong," but company has layoffs in Canada

WSP Global announced its results for the third quarter of 2016 on November 8, saying that a good financial performance was "accomplished despite the challenges in the Canadian region." » Read More

Clean-up begins at Eldorado uranium processing site on Lake Ontario

A milestone was reached November 1 at one of Canada's most notorious sites when the first truckloads started carrying low-level radioactive waste to an engineered storage facility. » read more

Advanced processes used at Cataraqui Bay wastewater treatment plant

J.L. Richards and Associates in partnership with XCG Consultants did engineering design and construction management for the $88 million expansion at a plant in Kingston, Ontario. » read more

VanCity and Sechelt projects show how green is done

At the APEGBC annual conference in Victoria the association handed out its annual awards, including two to consulting engineers for environmental projects. » read more

Buildex Calgary

November 9 - 10
Calgary, AB » Read More

INFRA Congress

November 21 - 23
Montreal, QC » Read More