Hear perspectives from the industry's leading authorities on property due diligence.
With the recent passing of Bill S-5, CEPA (Canadian Environmental Protection Act) underwent its first significant changes in over 20 years — sweeping changes that give the government more power, and a stated obligation to ensure a clean environment for its citizens.
Dirt in Ontario is a massive problem. Excavations produce what the government estimates is close to 25 million cubic metres of excess soils per year, which is expected to exceed landfill capacity by 2032.
Adaptive reuse in commercial real estate is on the rise. No wonder, since it can save time, money, and resources...
An in-depth look at the impacts the oilandgas clean-up program has had on the environmental service co's involved and the progress of site.
A behind-the-scenes reveal of the $1.72 billion windfall - COVID relief money the federal government allocated to support the reclamation of dormant oil and gas sites.
COVID-19 and the resulting impacts from lockdowns, travel restrictions, physical distancing, and mask-wearing interrupted business as usual...
Alternative approaches to financing the redevelopment of old commercial properties and brownfield sites
Ontario's Bill 197 may spur development, but critics wonder at what cost?
This article explores developments and some pros and cons of small modular reactor (SMR) technology, research projects for which are underway in Canada and the United States.
A survey about the actions environmental due diligence companies have taken due to COVID-19 and their expectations regarding future business volume moving forward.
As Canada begins to loosen restrictions, environmental professionals must carefully navigate the new normal.