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Asset Management, Climate Change, and Municipal Infrastructure

Asset management and climate change are two hot topics currently being discussed in the context of municipal infrastructure, according to Akeel Ali, an asset...

TRCA Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Humber River’s Canadian Heritage River Designation

The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA) hosted an event on April 12, 2019 at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection to kick off the...

Port Lands Flood Protection Project Breaks Ground

Yesterday, excavation commenced on a new river valley as part of the Port Lands Flood Protection project on Toronto’s waterfront. The project was designed to...

DTAH Selected as Part of Port Lands Design Team

DTAH announced that the company has been selected as part of a collaborative team to design and implement the infrastructure and integrated public realm...

Ontario Land Transfer Nearly Completes Rouge National Urban Park

The establishment of North America's largest urban park has taken a huge leap forward now that the Ontario government has transferred and released its interest in 22.8 square kilometres of...

Toronto Appoints New Chief Resilience Officer

The City of Toronto has appointed Elliott Cappell as chief resilience officer (CRO), a new position created to lead city-wide resilience-building efforts to help...

Experimenting With Green Laneways in Toronto

The City of Toronto has more than 2,400 publicly owned laneways. These back alleys, that run throughout the city, behind our streets, connecting our...

York Region Pollution Control Plant Wins U.S. Award

The American Public Works Association will recognize upgrades to the Keswick Water Pollution Control plant in the Region of York as one of its...

Unsafe Amounts of Lead in 13 Per Cent of Toronto Homes:...

The Toronto Star has reported that tap water in 13 per cent of Toronto homes tested over the last six years contain an unsafe...

Ontario Named an International Water Industry Leader

According to WaterTAP Ontario, Canada’s most populous province has awarded more water industry patents in the past 30 years than any other comparable government...

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