As Canada begins to loosen restrictions, environmental professionals must carefully navigate the new normal.
The New Normal Working Environment. Adjusting to the new normal during the COVID-19 health crisis has been a challenge for many consulting firms.
ERIS reviews pronouncements of "essential service" business sectors across Canada during the COVID-19 crisis and how they impact business continuity for environmental consulting and risk assessment.
Update for our valued customers: Following up on our message of Friday, March 13th, I want to report that ERIS is completely open for business and our employees are all now safely working from their home offices.
Update for our valued customers: The growing global health concern of COVID-19, the coronavirus, is impacting the way each of us goes about our day-to-day work and home life, and how we conduct our business operations.
In his new role as Regional Account Manager, Ken will work directly with customers and grow ERIS’ commitment to BC and The North!
Eligible oil and gas service companies can apply for grant funding to do abandonment and reclamation work on oil and gas sites in Alberta.
The Ontario government works closely with four provincial health and safety associations (HSAs) to help set, communicate and enforce the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
Oilfield services companies in Alberta will be able to apply through an online portal starting May 1 for $1 billion in grants under the oilfield rehabilitation program announced by the federal government last week.
Malls and main-street shops, bastions of community commerce, were already under pressure after two years of weak retail sales, rising property taxes and the shift to e-commerce.
Canadians are adjusting to a new way of life, characterized by physical distancing, closure of non-essential places of business and working remotely.