Halifax’s Cogswell District Redevelopment Project

Already one of Canada’s most magnificent cities, Halifax, NS, is about to get even better. In what is to be the biggest city-building project in the history of Halifax, the Cogswell District Redevelopment project will see 16 acres of land currently used for road infrastructure transformed into a mixed-use neighbourhood designed for [...]


Ethennonnhawahstihnen’ Community Recreation Centre & Library

  The Wendat name Ethennonnhawahstihnen’ (pronounced Etta-nonna wasti-nuh) translates to “where they had a good, beautiful life.”—a fitting name and vision for the City of Toronto’s latest Community Centre and Library, which hopes to add joy and happiness to the lives of those who use it. “It’s an aspiration of the new [...]


The Highway 91/17 Upgrade Project

  The governments of Canada and British Columbia, alongside project partners, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority and Tsawwassen First Nation, have invested over $260 million in safe, high-quality roads in the community of Delta and the surrounding areas. The Highway 91/17 and Deltaport Way upgrades mean improved traffic flow and more efficient [...]


Metrolinx Davenport Diamond Guideway project

  On April 4, 2023, the first GO Trains on the Barrie Line travelled over the Davenport Diamond on the new guideway, and above the CP freight rail tracks. The Davenport Diamond in Toronto, ON, was one of the North America’s busiest train intersections. It’s a key economic corridor where passenger rail [...]


City of Drummondville’s New Ultramodern Water Treatment Plant

Thanks to the new, ultramodern water treatment facility, 80,000 people in Drummondville, Quebec will have the highest quality drinking water available. Designed to accommodate 30 years of growth—with population growth predicted to be 100,000—the new plant will meet the current standards of the Quebec Regulation and also exceed many requirements. Some standards [...]


The Region of Waterloo Cogeneration Facilities

The Region of Waterloo is using innovative green technology to deliver a significant project in alignment with its environmental stewardship goals for the environment and climate action. Waterloo’s Cogeneration Facilities capture 100 per cent of its biogas and convert it to green energy to power the plant’s electricity and heating needs—saving approximately [...]


City of Red Deer’s G.H. Dawe Community Centre Upgrade

For more than 40 years, the G.H. Dawe Community Centre has provided recreation and cultural opportunities for Red Deer and Central Alberta. With it being in operation for four decades, it has given parents the opportunity to skate with their children on the same rinks they grew up on and swim in [...]


Trent-Severn Waterway Revitalization

  By 1920, after almost a century of construction, all of the Trent-Severn’s linkages—over 40 locks, 50km of man-made canals, and approximately 150 dams—created a fully-navigable system that is used and beloved as a recreational boating and world-famous tourist destination with over a million visitors every year. Parks Canada structures can be [...]


The Calgary Stampede’s BMO Centre Expansion Project

“The Calgary Stampede celebrates the people, the animals, the land, the traditions, and the values that make up the unique spirit of the west.” It’s no surprise that the Calgary Stampede’s BMO Centre’s GM, Greg Newton, would summarize what makes the Stampede a special Canadian tradition so succinctly. Being so close to [...]

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