SaskPower Great Plains Power Station

SaskPower’s latest project—the Great Plains Power Station—which will provide reliable power to about 360,000 homes in Saskatchewan upon completion in 2024, is already providing power to the province’s economy, providing opportunities for local companies and creating up to 500 jobs. As of March, 2022, work is continuing on the Great Plains Power [...]


City of Saskatoon Transfer Pumping & Electrical Upgrades Project

Saskatoon’s water treatment system is getting an upgrade. This latest project’s origins go back to 2015, when Saskatoon Water completed the Avenue H Water Treatment Plant Pumphouse and Reservoir Expansion Project. The expansion boasted a reservoir expansion, an ultraviolet (UV) inactivation system, and new high lift distribution, but still needed a new [...]


Metrolinx Finch West LRT Project Update

The Finch West LRT project will give those in northwest Toronto a transit system that offers more choices to travel. The project will provide new cycling infrastructure that is safe and convenient, less travel time and increased reliability, accessible platforms, improved streetscapes and landscaping and improved access to work or recreation. Nitish [...]


Parks Canada – Waterton Lakes Visitor Centre

In February, 2022, visitors to Alberta’s Waterton National Park were welcomed to Parks Canada’s newly opened visitor centre, Waterton Lakes Visitor Centre. The centre introduces visitors to the natural beauty, history, and culture of Waterton Lakes National Park, which is also part of an International Peace Park, International Dark Sky Park, and [...]


Metrolinx Bramalea GO Station

MAJOR IMPROVEMENTS COMING TO BRAMALEA GO STATION “With over 6000 daily boardings prior to COVID, Bramalea GO is one of the busiest stations on the Kitchener Line,” says Nitish Bissonauth, Spokesperson for Metrolinx. As one of the busiest stations on the Kitchener Line, and as part of Metrolinx’s goal to have two-way, [...]


STM- Côte-Vertu garage project

Montreal, Quebec, is known as a commuter-friendly town thanks to its safe, fast, and clean public transportation system, garnering the city its reputation as one of the best metro systems in Canada and North America. At the heart of this system is the Société de transport de Montréal (STM), the longest and [...]


Royal Glenora Club

Located on the North Saskatchewan River Valley in Edmonton, the Royal Glenora Club (RGC) is a world-class, family-oriented athletic and social club; a multi-service, multi-purpose facility established in 1961. You’d be hard pressed to find a local high-level athlete in squash, tennis, skating, gymnastics, or swimming whose story does not cross paths [...]


Tłı̨chǫ Highway Project

With the exception of some winter months when the winter road is open, the community of Whatì (formally known as Lac La Martre), NWT, is currently only accessible by air. In order to provide uninterrupted, year-round access to WhatÌ, the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) has moved ahead with the construction [...]


Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Corporation

The Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Plant is getting an overhaul. The 100,000-square-foot Plant, which serves Regina, Moose Jaw, and communities in-between, is set to receive a $222-million renewal that will enable it to continue to deliver safe, healthy drinking water to over 260,000 citizens. The facility was first built in the mid-1950s [...]


Stanley Mission Water Treatment Plant

Located in north-central Saskatchewan, the Lac La Ronge Indian Band (LLRIB) is the largest First Nation in Saskatchewan, and one of the 10 largest in Canada, with a population of just over 11,000, as of March 31st, 2021. LLRIB’s reserve lands extend from rich farmlands in central Saskatchewan, all the way north [...]

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