Government of Canada

smart buildings

REMI Network

Federal government advances Smart Buildings initiative

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is now implementing the Smart Buildings initiative in up to 100 buildings across Canada.
Yukon College

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Yukon College receives infrastructure investments

The federal and Yukon governments are investing a total of $3.06 million in renewing the infrastructure at Yukon College.
Fort McMurray

Construction Business

Government to assist with Fort McMurray rebuild

Following the Fort McMurray wildfires, the Government is assisting Western Canadians affected by building material price increases and supply shortages.
boric acid

REMI Network

Canada to phase out boric acid products

Pesticide products that contain boric acid will have their registrations cancelled and be phased out of the Canadian marketplace.
accessibility legislation

REMI Network

Feds seek input for new accessibility legislation

The Government of Canada is seeking input to inform plans for new accessibility legislation that will address barriers to inclusion.
cap-and-trade

REMI Network

Ontario clean-tech projects gets $26.8-mil boost

The Canadian government is investing more than $26.8 million in advanced clean technology projects developed in Ontario. The investment from Sustainable Development Technology Canada’s (SDTC)
Windsor-Detroit Tunnel Canada Plaza

Canadian Facility Management & Design

Windsor-Detroit Tunnel upgrades now complete

Improvements to the Windsor-Detroit Tunnel Canadian Plaza are officially complete, thanks to a joint investment of $35-million from the Governments of Canada and Ontario. The completion concludes a series of construction projects announced under the Let's Get Windsor-Essex Moving (LGWEM) strategy in 2004.
CSEC

Canadian Facility Management & Design

$867-mil home for National Defence department

An $867-million Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC) Long-Term Accommodation Project (LTAP) has been completed in Ottawa, Ont. to house Canada’s national cryptologic agency. The 72,000-square-metre