Sanexen Environmental Services Inc., a subsidiary of Logistec Corporation has won the bid for the environmental remediation project of the former Aleris plant site in Trois-Rivières, Québec.
The Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) recently released concrete proposals to protect Canadians and communities of all sizes across the country from the impacts of climate change.
Floods and rainstorms comprise a significant portion of weather-related natural disasters that occur each year.
In a new paper published in Nature, a team of University of Saskatchewan (USask) and international researchers presented their findings from a global investigation to determine gaps in science...
WSP Global Inc. announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire RPS Group plc for £2.06 per share in cash for a total enterprise value of £625-million, or $975-million.
The arrival of warmer temperatures in Canada has traditionally meant that testing season for radon — an odourless gas that is a major contributor to lung cancer deaths — is coming to an end.
A new water filtration plant proposed for British Columbia’s Greater Victoria region could top $1 billion, according to a new water supply master plan that aims to tackle projected population growth, impacts from climate change, and increasing regulatory requirements.
On June 8, 2022, Canada released its final Greenhouse Gas Offset Credit System Regulations.
Pascal Harvey is a Montreal-based sociologist, urban planner and entrepreneur of Innu descent. Born in Jonquière, Que., he has more than 15 years of experience in real estate, urban planning...
The long-awaited National Building Code updates known as the 2020NBC is scheduled to be released to the industry in the next month or so, two years overdue.
One of the hot-button topics these days in city planning is the adaptive reuse — or repurposing — of older buildings by renovating them to accommodate new uses, rather than tearing them down.
The City’s Planning Committee today approved a plan to establish a High-Performance Development Standard(link is external) for new Ottawa developments.
Two new corporate shuffles made headlines in recent weeks with Quebec-based Englobe’s acquisition of Alberta-based MPE Engineering Ltd., and the merger of Calder Engineering Ltd. and Ecometrix Inc., both based in Ontario.
This acquisition will strengthen and diversify Englobe’s talents, footprint and depth of expertise across Canada.
For more than four decades, a massive coal power plant sat on the shore of Lake Ontario in the Toronto suburb of Mississauga, with hulking towers that were visible from miles away.
The first flood map of its kind demonstrates how low-lying areas of some of Canada’s major cities could become flooded within the next 80 years.
Stantec, a global leader in sustainable design and engineering, announced it has entered into share purchase agreements to acquire the North America and Asia Pacific engineering and consulting groups of Cardno Limited.
The Wellington Destructor, the old garbage incinerator in downtown Toronto, is set to undergo a full blown trash-to-treasure transformation.