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Ontario government concedes environmental assessment process is outdated

Ontario's Minister of the Environment may expand the application of environmental assessments to a wider scope of projects — including those in the private sector. » Read More

New bridge across Petitcodiac River solves 48-year old mistakes

Governments announce a $62 million project to build a bridge and reverse the damage caused by the existing causeway in Moncton, New Brunswick. » Read More

Asbestos ban to be incorporated in National Building Code

The federal government's announcement that it will ban asbestos includes an expanded program for federal buildings and tighter code rules. » Read More
CCE 2017

Carbon capture ingredient raising costs in Estevan

Costs are rising unexpectedly at SaskPower's Boundary Dam carbon capture and storage facility because of problems with a substance used to clean the exhaust flue. » Read more

Certificate in forensic engineering launched at the University of Toronto

The University of Toronto Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering is offering a certificate in Forensic Engineering — the first of its kind in Canada. » Read more

AECOM appoints new general manager of civil construction and mining

AECOM has named a new general manager of its civil construction and mining business unit. The appointee was once with legacy company URS. » Read more

Season's Greetings

The staff of Canadian Consulting Engineer wish all our readers, advertisers and supporters the very best for the holidays and a prosperous, peaceful and happy 2017! The next e-newsletter will be sent during the first week of the New Year. Bonnes vacances! » Read more

ASHRAE 2017 Winter Conference & AHR Expo

Las Vegas, Nevada
January 28 - February 1 » Read more

CanBIM Vancouver 2017

Vancouver, BC
February 1 - February 2 » Read More