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Gartner Lee consulting firm acquired by AECOM
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TORONTO, ONT-AECOM Technology Corporation has acquired Gartner Lee Limited, an environmental science consulting firm based in Markham, Ontario. The addition of Gartner Lee will strengthen AECOM's abil...
11/12/2007 | Full Story

Mobile air quality monitoring lab hits the road in Saskatchewan
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REGINA, SASK-Saskatchewan Environment Minister John Nilson recently inaugurated the province's new mobile Air Monitoring Lab. Announced earlier this year as part of the province's Green Strategy, the ...
11/5/2007 | Full Story

Wind, solar energy power new air monitoring station in Alberta
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Alberta has opened its first air monitoring station powered by solar and wind energy. The Hightower station, situated in an uninhabited forest 65 kilometres northwest of Hinton, is monitoring air qual...
11/5/2007 | Full Story

PM pledges Arctic strategy, new research facility to protect far north environment
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Among the highlights of the October 16 Throne Speech was a commitment by the federal government to develop an integrated strategy for Canada's far north and to build a "world-class arctic research sta...
10/22/2007 | Full Story

Suncor, Alta Environment work to control emissions from fire at Millennium oil sands site
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EDMONTON, ALTA-An early morning fire that broke out on October 2 at Suncor Energy's Millennium oil sands site was quickly extinguished. Although no one was injured, the company evacuated staff from th...
10/8/2007 | Full Story

Suncor issued Alberta Environment, EUB orders for exceeding H2S emission limits
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Alberta Environment has ordered Suncor Energy to immediately minimize hydrogen sulfide (H2S) emissions from the company's Firebag in situ enhanced oil sands recovery site near Fort McMurray. The envir...
10/1/2007 | Full Story

Drive Clean service advisor fined $20K for falsifying emissions data
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SCARBOROUGH, ONT-Merhawi Tekle was recently convicted of five charges relating to the submission of false Drive Clean inspection results to the Ontario Ministry of Environment (MOE) and was fined $20,...
9/10/2007 | Full Story

Cantox changes company name to Intrinsik
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MISSISSAUGA, ONT- Cantox Environmental has changed its company name to Intrinsik, incorporating Intrinsik Environmental Sciences and a new division, Intrinsik Health Sciences. The change reflects the ...
7/9/2007 | Full Story

Intensive probe fails to determine cause of H2S odour incident
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An investigation by the Alberta Energy and Utilities Board (EUB) into a series of odour complaints in the Drayton Valley in mid-January has failed to determine the cause of the incident. The agency ha...
6/18/2007 | Full Story

Saskatchewan's first airshed association receives official launch
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Saskatchewan Environment Minister John Nilson officially launched the province's first airshed association on June 6.
6/18/2007 | Full Story

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