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Building the Business Case for Natural Infrastructure

Flooding is a critical issue facing Canadian municipalities that will only become more challenging as we continue to experience the effects of climate change....

Impact Assessment Agency of Canada Seeks Input on Springbank Off-Stream Reservoir Project

The Impact Assessment Agency of Canada is conducting a federal environmental assessment of the proposed Springbank Off-Stream Reservoir Project, located approximately 15-kilometres west of Calgary,...

Communities in Western Newfoundland and Labrador Receive Infrastructure Funding

More than $6 million in joint funding has been announced for seven projects in the Bay of Islands, in Western Newfoundland and Labrador. The...

Wainfleet, Ontario Receives Funding to Rehabilitate Stormwater System

Funding has been announced for the rehabilitation of the stormwater system along Lakeshore Road in Wainfleet, Ontario. This investment will increase the capacity of...

Top Five Infrastructure Stories of 2020

1. Investments in Natural Infrastructure Have Significant Economic Returns: Report Canada’s built, or ‘grey,’ infrastructure requires an estimated investment of $5.3 billion per year in order to keep...

Green Municipal Fund Invests in McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant

The McLoughlin Point Wastewater Treatment Plant is receiving more than $23 million through the Green Municipal Fund (GMF). The GMF is funded by the...

Pays Plat First Nation and Biigtigong Nishnaabeg First Nation Receive Funding for Water Infrastructure

Federal funding has been announced for drinking water treatment improvements in Pays Plat First Nation. Funding has also been announced for the construction of...

Government of Canada Supports Commercial Development in Metepenagiag First Nation

The Government of Canada has announced $2.4 million in funding to support future commercial development of land in Metepenagiag First Nation, located in Moncton,...

Governments of Canada and Quebec Invest in Water Infrastructure

The governments of Canada and Quebec have announced more than $918,000 in funding for water infrastructure projects in Desbiens and Saint-Nazaire. The projects will...

Infrastructure Grants Available to Support COVID-19 Response, Recovery in B.C.

The Province of B.C. is accepting applications from local governments, Indigenous communities, and not-for-profit organizations for nearly $136 million in infrastructure grants to help...

IBI Group Announces Asset Acquisition of Cole Engineering Group Ltd.

IBI Group Inc., a global design and technology firm, announced that it has completed the purchase of the assets of southern Ontario-based Cole Engineering...

Funding Announced for Water and Wastewater Projects in Paradise

Over $5 million dollars in join funding has been announced for two water and wastewater projects in Paradise, Newfoundland and Labrador. “Long-term investments in infrastructure...

Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel Now Operating in Ottawa

The City of Ottawa celebrated the official start of operations of the Combined Sewage Storage Tunnel, a major investment to protect the health of...

Rainy River, Ontario Receives Funding for Water and Wastewater Upgrades

Funding for improvements to water and wastewater infrastructure in Rainy River, Ontario has been announced. “Investments in essential public infrastructure are vital to building resilient...

Tuning Up Waterpower

Canada has generated electricity from the kinetic energy of flowing water since the days of the horse and buggy. And while our energy systems...

Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte Receives Support for Wastewater Pumping Station

Funding for upgrading the Bayshore Road Wastewater Pumping Station has been announced by Neil Ellis, member of parliament for the Bay of Quinte; Daryl...

Funding Announced to Upgrade Water Infrastructure in York Region

Funding to upgrade the water supply, treatment, and storage of drinking water in northern York Region has been announced. “As in many regions across Canada,...

All Communities in NWT Now Have Modern Water Treatment Plants

All communities in the Northwest Territories (NWT) now have modern water treatment plants. This goal was originally set by federal, territorial, and community governments. As...

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