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August 17, 2016
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CISC

Infrastructure funding held up in some provinces

The federal government and Nova Scotia sign a bilateral agreement, but other provinces still need to pinpoint the projects on their shopping lists. » Read More

Gatineau has 1,300 combined sewer-stormwater overflows a year

The City of Gatineau, adjacent to the Canada's capital, has 92 combined sewer-stormwater outflows into the Ottawa River. The situation used to be worse. » Read More

Lassonde Pavilion opens in Quebec City

Quebec City’s Musée de Beaux Arts opened the striking Pierre Lassonde pavilion at the end of June. It has a curtain wall facade 26 metres wide and 12 metres high. » Read More
 
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Engineers' interest in Rio spikes during Olympic Games

Civil engineers in New Jersey produce Infographic. Designboom highlights architectural gems in the astoundingly beautiful city and country. » Read More

Tidal power being tested in Haida Gwaii

A small project along Canada's northwest coast is testing the potential of using the ocean's power to generate renewable electricity. » Read More

Saskatchewan sees big rise in building permits

Compared to other provinces, Saskatchewan is doing well in terms of the number of building permits it is issuing. » Read More
 
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CEPE

5th Annual Green Energy Doors Open

September 09 - September 11, 2016 » Read More