Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Tag: Vancouver

Resilient Vancouver Strategy Launched by City of Vancouver

The City of Vancouver has launched Resilient Vancouver, a multi-year strategy aimed at enhancing the capacity of the city’s neighbourhoods, government, and infrastructure to serve...

Vancouver Launches its Adopt a Catch Basin Program

Vancouver has over 45,000 catch basins removing excess water from streets during rainfall events. Acknowledging that the city can only do so much to remove leaves, debris,...

Vancouver Housing Crisis Adds Pressure to Water Quality

In support of the City' of Vancouver's goal to protect waterways and the environment, Vancouver council approved new actions to strengthen the protection and...

Prov, Feds Announce Funding for Lions Gate Secondary Facility

The governments of Canada and British Columbia have announced their funding for the Secondary Wastewater Treatment Plant at the Metro Vancouver Lions Gate treatment...

Riverkeeper Demands Sewage Investigation

In a press release on Tuesday, Vancouver's Fraser Riverkeeper demanded an international investigation into Canada's "failure to stop toxic sewage pollution." The organization...

Nexterra and ANDRITZ Partner

Vancouver-based Nexterra Systems Corp., a supplier of biomass gasification solutions, and Austrian company ANDRITZ, working in customized plants, process technologies, and services for the...

Experience the Funding: Fraser River Gets $2.5M

British Columbia will provide Metro Vancouver and the Fraser Valley Regional District (FVRD) with $1.25 million apiece to begin development of a system of...

Aecon Awarded a Seymour-Cap Project

Aecon Group Inc.'s infrastructure division has been awarded a project with Metro Vancouver for completion of the twin tunnels component of the Seymour Capilano...

2009 Mineral Industry Awards Announced: PDAC

The exciting restoration of the old Britannia mine on the Sea to Sky Highway between Vancouver and Whistler in British Columbia is recognized in...

Vancouver Terminates Contract for Water Tunnels

According to a local news report, Metro Vancouver is firing the contractor drilling tunnels for its $600-million water filtration plant on the North Shore...

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