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Canada to end most fossil fuel project subsidies

Years after the G20 committed to end subsidies, Canada is among the first to take concrete steps, although carbon efficiency subsidies will continue. 

Canada set for world’s largest offshore carbon capture project

Direct Ocean Capture pilot facility planned for Quebec to capitalise on high carbon density of oceans compared to air. 

Race to design and deliver Canada’s largest infrastructure project comes down...

Three consortia comprising nineteen high profile companies remain in contention for arguably Canada's largest ever infrastructure project - The High Frequency Rail Project.

Future leaders: Sustainable consulting – maintaining flexibility and improving policies

Michael Walker explains why companies need to be honest and improve their offer to improve their retention, with significant benefits available when they do.

AECOM contract win for Mission Hill water treatment plant

Jonathan Cartledge to take over as the new chief executive officer of Consult Australia.

AECOM to develop environmental master plan for Toronto International Airport

Greater Toronto Airports Authority selects AECOM to provide environmental master planning services. AECOM has been selected by the Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA) to develop...

New CEO to lead SNC-Lavalin engineering services in Canada

Leading global consultancy SNC-Lavalin appoints new CEO to head up its Canadian engineering services division. Global professional services and project management company SNC-Lavalin has appointed...

Stantec expands environmental services and infrastructure footprint in Cardno acquisition

Major share purchase of North America and Asia Pacific engineering and consulting groups follows Australian acquisitions of Engenium and GTA Consultants.

Turning wastewater treatment pipes into micro-hydropower plants

While some have focused on how to use waste product sustainably, Hatch saw a very different opportunity at Halton, Canada – setting an innovative example that may be replicable around the world.  

Canada’s unusual interest in Carbon Capture projects

Carbon capture has failed to take off around the world, so why is Canada is still trying to buck the trend?
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