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WASTE AND RECYCLING EXPO CANADA / MUNICIPAL EQUIPMENT EXPO CANADA

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As Canada’s ONLY trade show serving the waste, recycling and public works markets, Waste & Recycling Expo Canada and the Municipal Equipment Expo Canada are pleased to announce their move to Niagara Falls for the 20th edition, October 25 – 26, 2017, hosted at Scotiabank Convention Centre.

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June, 2017
Call for Volunteers: Immediate need for members on Codes Committees


There is an immediate need for volunteers to serve on either the Canadian Commission on Building and Fire Codes (CCBFC), a senior committee responsible for the development of Codes Canada publications, or on one of the CCBFC’s nine technical standing committee to replace membership vacancies for the current (2015-2020) code cycle.

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June, 2017
Problems with building inspections exposed in Whitehorse


After spending $200,000 to have a garden suite built on his property, Michael Buurman says he’ll likely have to go into even greater debt for the repairs now required on the site.

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June, 2017
Newfoundland property management company frustrated with current eviction process


A senior employee of a property management company in St. John's says it's 'ludicrous' the length and tangled process that landlords currently have to go through to evict a tenant who is not paying rent.

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June, 2017
Construction update on Canada Games facilities in Red Deer


New facilities will leave Red Deer with new and improved recreational and cultural amenities that will increase the city’s sport hosting capabilities and benefit the overall community.

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June, 2017
Michigan fires contractor doing Enbridge pipeline risk analysis


Michigan said on Wednesday it has fired a consultant after state officials discovered a conflict of interest with an employee of the company conducting an independent analysis on the risks of an oil spill from Calgary-based Enbridge Inc's Line 5 pipeline in the Great Lakes.

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June, 2017
Construction Begins on New Bus Terminal at Union Station


Ontario is celebrating the start of construction of a new bus terminal in Toronto that will give commuters and families from across the province easier, more seamless access to transit options, helping them get where they need to go faster. 

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June, 2017
ISH China & CIHE 2017 gathered a record high of 61,612 visitors


ISH China & CIHE – China International Trade Fair for Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning, Sanitation & Home Comfort System concluded with record-breaking results. 

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June, 2017
Auditor general raises red flags about Toronto's oversight of commercial leases at Union Station


The city has failed to collect almost $10 million it’s owed by commercial tenants at Union Station and has not exercised basic oversight of some leases at the rail hub for years.

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June, 2017
Victoria bus lanes delayed by rising construction costs


The project has been delayed because all of the bids came in at least 30 per cent over the roughly $2.1 million budget for the project. 

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June, 2017
Will Trump's border wall produce solar generated energy?


US President Donald Trump has told supporters that his proposed wall along the border with Mexico could have solar panels fixed to it.

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June, 2017
Architects call for Indigenous design for new centre


The former United States embassy building in Ottawa is not a culturally appropriate space for an Indigenous Centre, says the Indigenous Task Force of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC), on the eve of National Aboriginal Day.

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June, 2017
Australia to strip buildings of ‘flammable’ cladding after Grenfell disaster


At least 2,700 buildings in New South Wales have aluminium composite cladding similar to that used in the north Kensington tower block where more than 70 people died



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June, 2017
Ontario investing $33.5 million in Hamilton school infrastructure projects


Hamilton will see the beginning of construction for two new schools: one is a new elementary school with space for 682 students. The second will be in Stoney Creek with space for 495 students.

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June, 2017
Ontario building inspectors: London fire will affect enforcement of safety codes


London’s Grenfell Tower fire is a tragic incident that is bound to affect how safety codes are enforced in Ontario, one building inspector says.

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