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Healthy Indigenous relations and energy projects: Fiona Blondin

Fiona Blondin is a Dene from the Yellowknives Dene who joined Cormorant Utility Services as the first-ever director, Indigenous Strategy. We spoke with Fiona to learn more about her role and to better understand healthy Indigenous relations.

ESA continues its support of Sunnybrook Ross Tilley Burn Centre

Ontario’s Electrical Safety Authority—in alignment with the Electrical Contractor Registration Agency Advisory Council—will once again donate $250,000 over the next five years to help with “accelerating discovery and improving the quality of life for people with electrical burn injuries”.
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Planes, ferries, trains, ambulances, and more

Planes, ferries, trains, ambulances, and more

Opportunities in electrified transport just keep growing! And this is not restricted to the passenger vehicles to which we have become accustomed, explains ABB Canada’s Moneeb Durrani, but is expanding to include all manner of vehicles, including vocational, transit... even passenger and vehicle ferries. » Read more

Eaton lands grant to develop model for industrial lighting

Eaton reports it was awarded grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) to develop an automated design method and local manufacturing approach for industrial lighting that leverages digitalization and additive manufacturing. » Learn more

Sean Hanoman joins Mersen Electrical Power–Toronto

Based out of the Mississauga, Ont., office, the regional sales manager will report to Tom Arbanas, vice-president, Distribution Sales & Customer Care, Canada » Meet Sean
Dry-type transformers

Dry-type transformers: conductor and protection selection

Why are the criteria for installing a transformer so complex? Why can’t it be simpler? Because of all the rules in the CE Code, there are always other things that come into play. » Learn more
Code Conundrum

Code Conundrum – December 2021

Welcome to the latest round of Code Conundrum questions (from our December 2021 edition), which test your knowledge of the Canadian Electrical Code–Part I. » Bring it

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