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January 26, 2019

Container ships connect to new shore power at Port of Vancouver terminal

The system, which uses Schneider Electric Canada’s EcoStruxure Platform, was designed by PBX Engineering and installed by Houle Electric.

VIDEO: Justin Trudeau becomes first PM to address CEA

Trudeau spoke to the association’s board of directors, corporate partners and stakeholders at its Powering Partnerships dinner at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa.

IBEW opens new training centre in Sarnia

Major players in Sarnia’s petrochemical industry demand a high level of electrical safety certification.

Ontario updates Electrical Safety Code for 2019

The 27th edition of the OESC has been finalized with updates, is now available for purchase and will come into regulatory effect on May 16.

Lumca to help replace Montreal’s outdoor lights with LEDs

The conversion began in September and is expected to take three years to cover the entire metropolitan area.

Feds support Canada’s first geothermal power facility in Saskatchewan

Deep Earth Energy Production’s new facility near Estevan, Sask., will turn heat from the Earth’s crust into electricity.

Robertson Electric Wholesale expands to Edmonton

“We are very excited for our first location in the Alberta marketplace,” says Rick Campbell, the company’s president.

CEO of Technical Safety BC honoured among Canada’s top 100 most powerful women

Catherine Roome is a professional engineer who has held leadership positions in the utility, energy and telecommunications industries.

RECALL: Stanley Black & Decker drills

CSA Group reports the manufacturer recently recalled certain models of its hammer drills and drill/drivers, following a report of injury in the U.S.

Weidmüller promotes Canada’s Terry Hodgson to EVP for North America

Hodgson began his career with Weidmüller more than 17 years ago as a sales representative in Alberta and rose to regional sales manager for the province.