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Edmonton’s Valley Line Southeast LRT

Edmonton’s Valley Line Southeast LRT is a new low-floor transit system designed to fit into neighbourhoods—not take you out of them. Valley Line will offer passengers an LRT experience that is accessible and connected to areas where Edmontonians live, work and play. Edmonton’s transportation needs are growing faster than infrastructure can keep [...]

2022-11-16T17:02:36+00:00

University of Calgary MacKimmie Tower Project

MacKimmie Tower is re-energizing the University of Calgary’s main campus by creating additional space for classrooms, administrative support units and departments, while setting new standards for environmental design. It was seen as a win/win/win situation. When the University of Calgary’s decades-old library building started to show its age, the university saw an [...]

2022-11-16T17:00:38+00:00

Metrolinx Rutherford GO Station

Major construction at Rutherford GO Station is complete. The station upgrades bring better connections, improved access to transit and modern customer amenities. It’s great news for commuters in Toronto, York Region, or Simcoe County—GO travel Lake Simcoe to Lake Ontario and everywhere in between just got a lot easier. Major upgrades on [...]

2022-11-16T16:54:53+00:00

Hydro-Quebec Micoua-Saguenay Transmission Project

Maintain system reliability, strengthen the Manic–Québec corridor, and reduce electrical losses: Hydro-Quebec’s Micoua-Saguenay Transmission Project will deliver the energy needs for the Manic-Quebec corridor. Beginning in the mid-1960s, Hydro-Québec has added a number of 735-kV lines to its transmission system over the years. These lines are used to carry the electric power [...]

2022-11-16T16:52:38+00:00

City of Saskatoon’s $48M Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade Project

The City of Saskatoon’s wasterwater treatment plant received a $48 million upgrade that will protect the people, property, and environment downstream from Saskatoon along the South Saskatchewan River. Designated as a Class 4 treatment facility, the highest level of certification in Canada, the treatment of wastewater is regulated by provincial and national [...]

2022-11-16T16:50:42+00:00

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 [...]

2022-07-11T20:52:38+00:00

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 [...]

2022-06-07T02:34:48+00:00

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 [...]

2022-06-07T02:29:01+00:00

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 [...]

2022-06-07T02:21:03+00:00

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, [...]

2022-02-17T23:54:14+00:00
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