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Town of Lumsden & Wastewater Treatment Facility Project

New Wastewater Treatment Facility Opens Town To Growth By Tina Costanza The Town of Lumsden, Saskatchewan, will no longer be forced to restrict its population growth, now that a new wastewater treatment facility is replacing an aging sewage lagoon system that’s unable to expand. The new facility, which could meet the needs [...]


TransAqua WWTP Project

Upgrade and Modernization Transformers Wastewater Into Clean Water By Tina Costanza If there’s one thing the citizens of Dieppe, Moncton and Riverview are passionate about, it’s the Petitcodiac River that flows through that tri-community in New Brunswick. It’s where residents and visitors enjoy recreational activities, such as surfing the tidal bore, boating [...]


City of Abbotsford’s 25th Anniversary

Growth Continues For Abbotsford's 25th Anniversary By Tina Costanza The City of Abbotsford, British Columbia, has a lot to celebrate for its 25th anniversary this year. In the quarter of a century since the amalgamation of the districts of Matsqui and Abbotsford to form the City of Abbotsford, the latter has experienced [...]


WBE Canada – Supply Chain Innovation Conference

The Rise and Growth of The Woman Entrepreneur Canadian women-owned businesses are on the cusp of something great. We’re seeing an increased number of women starting their entrepreneurial journey or taking their businesses to the next level. This continuing rise in women-owned businesses, in numbers, size and industry categories, has brought along [...]


COVID-19 Presents Organizations With New Data Security Concerns

By Tina Costanza More than half of business executives who reported a data breach cited the main cause as human error by employees, Shred-it’s 2019 Data Protection Report suggests. Now, in this period of COVID-19, in which many employees are working remotely, organizations are potentially more susceptible to events such as data breaches and [...]


GSK Canada Shows How Companies Can Help During COVID- 19

The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the need for organizations to be agile, collaborative and responsive, and to embrace new ways of working, says Alison Pozzobon, Head of Corporate Communications and Community Partnerships at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Canada. The global healthcare company has responded to that need by establishing four pillars for itself: charitable donations to [...]


Evolved Extraction Solutions

By Anna Guy The cannabis market is Canada, still in its early stages as a legal entity, is already showing great growth. When the federal government passed the Cannabis Act in October 2018, Canadians were finally able to legally access recreational and medicinal cannabis. The “second wave” of legalization, which happened a [...]


Rigstar Industrial Telecom

By Anna Guy Since its inception in 1998, Rigstar has connected people in remote locations with vital telecommunication services, empowering its clients with the ability to safely live and work across North America. Over the course of two decades, Rigstar has emerged as an industry-leading telecom service provider by delivering agnostic fibre, [...]


All Choice Rentals (ACR)

When Canada’s busiest oil and gas companies need replacement equipment, time is money. With a round-the-clock service philosophy, Alberta-based All Choice Rentals (ACR) has emerged as western Canada’s premier rental houses, offering a complete rental solution to every aspect of the oil and gas industry, from A to Z, when and where [...]


Sprung Structures

Fred Rogers once advised, in times of strife, look for the helpers. During 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina, and now in the COVID-19 crisis, among the myriad of helpers you will find Sprung Structures. The Calgary-area company is leading the charge in pandemic response units. Faced with the urgent need for more medical [...]

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