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Lakeside Logistics achieves carbon-neutral status through Vision Green program
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Lakeside Logistics, a distribution company based in Oakville, Ontario, is claiming to be the first in its industry to achieve a carbon-neutral footprint, having eliminated its environmental footprint ...
12/10/2007 | Full Story

Binational St Lawrence Seaway study includes sustainability proposals for vital transport corridor
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A major study of the Great Lakes-St Lawrence Seaway system, carried out jointly by the Canadian and U.S. governments, concludes that this leading North American transportation corridor has the capacit...
12/3/2007 | Full Story

Ottawa proclaims 25-year-old vehicle fuel efficiency standards act
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Twenty-five years after it was passed, the Motor Vehicle Fuel Consumption Standards Act (MVFCSA) has been proclaimed into law.
11/12/2007 | 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

PEI to adopt new vehicle emissions standards
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CHARLOTTETOWN, PEI--Prince Edward Island Premier Robert Ghiz says his government will adopt tougher emission standards for vehicles to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases and other air pollutants. Th...
8/20/2007 | Full Story

Vancouver Port Authority unveils more stringent standards for container truck licensing
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The Vancouver Port Authority (VPA) has introduced what it says are the most demanding container truck environmental and safety licensing standards in North America. The Port's new truck licensing syst...
7/23/2007 | Full Story

Ottawa renews MOST program, provides $3.2M over five years
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The federal government has renewed the Moving On Sustainable Transportation (MOST) program, allocating $3.2 million over five years with the first round of funding scheduled for the fall. Transport Ca...
6/18/2007 | Full Story

Hamilton awarded Silver rating in new E3 Fleet program
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VANCOUVER, BC-The Fraser Basin Council has awarded Hamilton's public works department a Silver rating for excellence in "greening" its vehicle fleets under a new national program known as E3 Fleet. Th...
6/18/2007 | Full Story

Canada's GHG emissions slow down, but remain nearly 33% over Kyoto target
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In 2005, Canada released a total of 747 megatonnes (Mt) of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, 32.7% above the target set for the nation under the Kyoto Protocol. The 2005 total, reported in the annual GH...
6/4/2007 | Full Story

Rail sector, federal government renew MOU on air emissions, greenhouse gas reduction
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The Railway Association of Canada (RAC) has signed a new agreement with the federal government aimed at helping reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the rail sector. RAC presiden...
5/21/2007 | Full Story

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