Scientists in Canada have developed a new therapy to combat deadly bacteria that is infecting hospital patients worldwide.
UBC chemistry researchers have developed a simple, cost-effective technique for making smart windows that could lead the way for wide-scale adoption of this energy-saving technology.
Cintas launched a new app to help users find and rate clean restrooms in their vicinity.
Alberta issued an environmental protection order against Sears Canada and Concord North Hill GP Ltd for neglecting an underground storage tank leak.
Michael F. Roman is the new chief executive officer of 3M, effective July 1, 2018. He succeeds Inge G. Thulin, who will be appointed to
Toronto, Ottawa and Mississauga are the cities with the most rodents, according to Orkin Canada's 25 most "rattiest" cities in Ontario list.
The 2018 federal budget commits funds to inform women about apprenticeship programs, dispense financial grants for training and provide resources as they move into the workforce.
The federal budget, released Tuesday, earmarks $24.4 million for military grave repairs.
Manitoba plans to spend nearly $30 million on 120 healthcare facility maintenance projects across the province.
A new survey found that when businesses let restroom maintenance slip they are at a high risk of jeopardizing customer sales.
Alberta has added several industrial-specific rebates to its Energy Efficiency Alberta’s Business Non-Profit and Institutional Energy Savings Program.
Continuous low doses of far ultraviolet C light can stop the flu and other airborne viruses from spreading in indoor public locations.
Ontario is investing in energy upgrades at college and university campuses across the province.
The latest version of the Pandemic Guide has been released with up-to-date knowledge of preparedness.
Global data on antibiotic resistance reveals high levels of resistance to a number of serious bacterial infections.
A new online survey tool assists workplaces in identifying and addressing psychosocial hazards.
Four community hubs across Ontario will receive funding through the Surplus Property Transition Initiative (SPTI) for up to 18 months.