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Engineers Canada to head global environment committee
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Engineers Canada will chair the World Federation of Engineering Organizations' (WFEO) Committee on Engineering and the Environment for the next four-year term. The position, accepted during the World ...
11/26/2007 | Full Story

Environmental consulting firm, president fined $84K for giving MOE false information
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BELLEVILLE, ONT-Quinte-Eco Consultants and its president, Ron Carter, were fined $84,000 and levied a victim fine surcharge after being convicted of three charges of providing false information to the...
11/19/2007 | Full Story

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

RBC establishes Blue Water grant program, unveils expanded environmental policy
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Combining environmental stewardship with social commitment, the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) has established a new ten-year, $50-million grant program to support projects dedicated to water conservation...
10/29/2007 | Full Story

EDC becomes Equator Principles signatory
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OTTAWA, ONT-Export Development Canada (EDC) has become only the second export credit agency in the world to adopt the Equator Principles, an international financial industry benchmark for assessing an...
10/29/2007 | Full Story

Cumulative effects environmental policy targets Alberta's industrial heartland
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A new cumulative effects-focused environmental policy, unveiled by the Alberta government October 2, will undergo its first application in the province's industrial heartland, a 317-square-kilometre a...
10/8/2007 | Full Story

Wal-Mart to score suppliers, packagers on sustainability
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As part of its company-wide sustainability program, Wal-Mart Canada will be introducing its first-ever Supply Chain Sustainability Scorecard this fall to assess its network of service providers on the...
8/6/2007 | Full Story

Trent University to receive over $2.5M for environmental research projects
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PETERBOROUGH, ONT-Researchers working on two environmental projects at Trent University in Peterborough will benefit from over $2.5 million in funding from the Ontario government. The allocations incl...
7/23/2007 | Full Story

TD's green policy will link credit reviews, environmental action
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With the publication of its new, comprehensive environmental strategy, the Toronto-Dominion (TD) Bank Financial Group has served notice that its review of clients' credit worthiness will be based in n...
6/11/2007 | Full Story

Emerging markets taking more action to manage pressure from raw material, energy costs, environmental issues
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Emerging markets are doing more than more established economies to manage growing pressure associated with environmental issues and the cost of energy and raw materials, as indicated by the latest Gra...
5/14/2007 | Full Story

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