Thursday, July 2, 2020

Tag: John Baird

Feds Support Preventing Bulk Water Export

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Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird has announced the federal government's support for Bill C-383, which proposes stronger measures to prevent the bulk removal of...

Holiday News Roundup

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Happy New Year! A brief news roundup following a two-week break: 1. Shortly after the Royal Society of Canada released its oil sands report and...

$200M for Hamilton Plant

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As promised, this morning brought news of federal and provincial funding for major upgrades for Hamilton, Ontario's Woodward Avenue Wastewater Treatment Plant, citing a...

Baird Talks Sewage at AMO

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The Association of Ontario Municipalities’ annual conference was a chance for some municipal leaders to ask questions about—what else—stimulus funding. But it was in...

Arctic Waters Further Protected

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To better protect Canadian Arctic waters from ship-source pollution, Transport Minister John Baird today announced that Bill C-3, an Act to amend the Arctic Waters Pollution...

Gas Tax Funding Speeds Up and Doubles

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John Baird, Canada's Transport and Infrastructure Minister, announced today a shot in the arm for municipal infrastructure. Ongoing federal gas tax transfers to the...

Marine Polluter Penalized for Oil Spill in P.E.I.

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A Prince Edward Island provincial court judge has ordered the vessel BBC Nordland to pay a $15,000 penalty for illegally discharging a pollutant in...

HELP Clean Water Gets Green Light

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The federal review for HELP Clean Water (Huron Elgin London Project) is now complete, giving the green light to start construction. John Baird, Transport...

Pictou County to See Wastewater Improvements

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Residents in New Glasgow, Stellarton, Trenton, Westville, and the Municipality of Pictou, Nova Scotia, will see improved wastewater treatment thanks to a shared investment...

Canada Moves to Protect Arctic Waters

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Transport Minister John Baird has introduced legislation in the House of Commons to enhance Canada's sovereignty over Arctic waters and protect them from pollution....

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