Friday, November 15, 2019

Tag: infrastructure

Referendum for Cast Iron Water Mains in Moose Jaw

The city estimates the cost of the replacement at $1857 per metre of lot frontage meaning homeowners would pay approximately $557

Construction Starting on Key Wastewater Infrastructure in West Kelowna

The City of West Kelowna has begun an estimated $1,362,045 project to replace the Horizon Village Lift Station with a new sanitary sewer system....

RBC Water Attitudes Study Reveals Information About Canadian Views On Water...

RBC has released its 9th annual Water Attitudes Study, conducted by GlobeScan this spring, providing important information on the perspectives of Canadians pertaining to drinking...

Academic Group and Royal Society of Canada Released Statement Opposing Site...

More than 250 prominent university professors from across Canada, including legal scholars, political scientists, water scientists, and environmental scientists, released a statement of concern...

The Case for Federal Investments in Water Innovation and Technology

The federal government delivered its 2016 budget on World Water Day. Tabled on March 22, 2016, it included welcome water-related commitments, including funding to...

Minister Sohi Announces Details of Phase 1 Water Infrastructure Spending

In letters addressed to his provincial counterparts, Minister Amarjeet Sohi has provided the details of the government's Phase 1 infrastructure spending, including allocations under the...

Researchers Develop New Tool To Assess Aging Water Infrastructure For Small...

UBC researchers have developed a tool that is designed to help small to medium-sized cities and towns address the challenges posed by aging drinking...

2015 LEED Numbers Show Steady Growth in Green Building

Across Canada, the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification system is becoming the most widely accepted standard for high efficiency and environmentally responsible...

Planning for Uncertainties in Stormwater Management

By Nathanael Couperus and Natalija Fisher Cities across Canada are looking for solutions to reduce their vulnerabilities to infrastructure deficits, rapid urban growth, and climate...

City of Guelph Suffers Costs of Last Year’s Frozen Pipe Emergency

The City of Guelph, Ontario has determined that it will need to dip into reserve funds and scale back on planned projects to cover...

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