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.
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The CBN is pleased to announce the election of its new Board of Directors for the coming 2020-2021 period. The Board will now include Carol Le Noury, President of ERIS.
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.
Ford's government is rewriting the rules for agencies that protect Ontario watersheds, undermining their powers and allowing developers to skip checks and balances, environmental advocates say.
'Very significant legislative gap' for PFAS substances, says Environmental Defence's Muhannad Malas
A small Alberta town that once prospered thanks to the oil industry is now edging ever closer to collapsing because of it.
Around 20K tonnes of soil contaminated with a carcinogen at the Kenilworth reservoir was discovered this summer, and councillors are only just learning about it.
As a result of the COVID-19, the Ontario Ministry of Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) is proposing to extend the grandfathering for infrastructure projects and provide additional flexibility for excess soil reuse.