An Ontario nuclear power company is getting $20 million from Ottawa to try to get its new small modular reactor in line with Canada's safety regulations
The Canadian government took a tentative step forward on its national small modular reactor (SMR) plan on Thursday, with an investment to help an Ontario company edge closer to commercializing its reactor technology.
The index shows North America saw the first decline of construction cranes in years. Toronto was a notable exception.
In response to the COVID-19 and to provide clarity to support appropriate beneficial reuse of excess soil, we are proposing amendments under the Environmental Protection Act.
The Ontario government continues to deliver on its commitment to remove regulatory roadblocks, cut red tape and support job creation.
A development proposal for the Southeast Calgary community of Fairview is getting some attention.
On September 18, 2020, the British Columbia government announced that the first half of a $100-million fund earmarked for cleaning up dormant wells has been disbursed
Ontario’s new excess soil regulation showcases many of the trends in environmental policy today, and points to some skills that will be in demand in the future.
“Greenfields” – typically agricultural properties being developed – may be subject to fewer rules and regulations than properties that may have been impacted by previous commercial or industrial use