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Tunnels, Mills, Subsea Cables, Turnarounds and Safety Champs

EBMag congratulates the winners of its 2017 Canadian Electrical Awards program, the first and only program of its kind to recognize Canadian electrical professionals doing great work, and those paying attention to the health & safety of electrical workers.

Entegrus Powerlines fined $70,000 after workers injured

Entegrus Powerlines Inc. pleaded guilty to failing to take the reasonable safety precaution of ensuring that a dedicated observer, who was competent in the task being performed, was in place.

Arani places 34th in Profit 500 rankings, 2017

Montreal-based LED lighting player Arani announced it made Profit 500’s 2017 ranking, coming in 34th place with 2052% revenue growth over a 5-year period.

“Standing on the shoulders of giants” • Erni Wiebe receives John Jenkins award

The John Jenkins Award is the most prestigious honour awarded by CSA Group, recognizing an individual for distinguished service in the development, advancement and application of voluntary standards.

Eddy Group is Rittal’s newest distribution partner in the Maritimes

“The Eddy Group has been a pillar of strength in the Maritimes, and we are proud to partner with them,” said Tim Rourke, Rittal president.

“Change your thinking, change your outcome” • OEL’s 2017 Conference

The White Oaks in beautiful Niagara-on-the-Lake was a fitting venue for the Ontario Electrical League’s annual conference—particularly as the organization is celebrating its 95th anniversary this year—and EBMag was there to take in the celebration and education.

Shore power enables the MS Veendam to kill her engines

The Montreal Port Authority’s (MPA) shore power project has been completed, which means vessels docking at the Port of Montreal’s new cruise terminal can be powered by electricity rather than their diesel engines.

BCUC’s Site C Inquiry report suffers from lack of clarity

The BC Utilities Commission has completed its inquiry examining the impact on BC Hydro ratepayers associated with continuing, suspending or terminating the Site C project, and it is “not persuaded Site C will remain on schedule for a November 2024 in-service date”.