Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Quentin Chiotti joins Matrix Solutions as practice lead for climate risk...

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Matrix Solutions has welcomed Quentin Chiotti as practice lead for climate risk and resilience. “Climate risk adaptation has become an essential consideration for our public...

Kelowna to expand sewer infrastructure with $9M grant

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The City of Kelowna announced it will receive funding worth more than $9 million through the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program. The ICIP funds, along...

AECOM grows water leadership in Canada

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AECOM announced that it has named Nathalie Gelencser as vice president, water business development, and Charles Gagnon as director, water business development. Gelencser is...

Manitoba to advance phase two of North End Water Pollution Control...

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The Manitoba government and the City of Winnipeg have agreed to advance an application for phase two of the North End Water Pollution Control...

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Quentin Chiotti joins Matrix Solutions as practice lead for climate risk...

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Matrix Solutions has welcomed Quentin Chiotti as practice lead for climate risk and resilience. “Climate risk adaptation has become an essential consideration for our public...

AECOM grows water leadership in Canada

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AECOM announced that it has named Nathalie Gelencser as vice president, water business development, and Charles Gagnon as director, water business development. Gelencser is...

Collin Knauss joins Great Lakes Protection Fund

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The Great Lakes Protection Fund has welcomed Collin Knauss as its project development manager. Knauss will lead the organization’s project development efforts, spotting new...

Warmer, wetter, wilder: 38 million people in the Great Lakes region...

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The Great Lakes are getting warmer, wetter, and wilder. These atypical conditions are amplifying other threats. Harmful algal blooms are increasing in severity and...
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