Tuesday, March 26, 2019

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Red Deer elementary students work with local home builder to design a model house for the homeless

    As blogged on TodayVille.com, as a kid, you’re often asked by adults, “so what do you want to be when you grow up?” We often hear familiar responses – firefighter, veterinarian, pilot, ballerina, Spiderman or Wonder Woman...

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Lansdowne Park deal under ‘strategic review’ with lacklustre financial returns

    As reported in the Ottawa Citizen, more money needs to come into Lansdowne Park to have the redevelopment deal pay off for city hall and its business partner. The latest annual report on the Lansdowne partnership between the...

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Pointe-Claire’s approval of Pioneer condo project triggers appeal

    As reported in the Montreal Gazette, after a raucous five-hour meeting Thursday night at Pointe-Claire city hall, the city’s demolition committee approved plans to build a luxury condo project on the site of the shuttered...

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Towering Alberta Buddha brings prairie blessings from on high

    As reported on CBC News, towering high above a prairie field, a golden Buddha stands as a reminder of the importance of seeking peace in life. "I feel that our society right now, we really need some time to calm us down to...

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The Vancouver Airport Authority to build a geoexchange system and a new central utilities building

    As reported in Richmond News, the biggest building in the province, YVR in Richmond, will get a new heating and cooling system that will include one of the largest geoexchange systems in the country. The Vancouver...

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Kelowna welcomes building permit applications for “earth homes”

    As reported in the Revelstoke Review, as housing affordability continues to be a problem across the province, some Kelowna homeowners are trying something different. Kelowna’s building and permitting’s manager says the...

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Kingston’s third bridge shoreline construction ramps up

    As reported on Global News, with the arrival of spring, work is ramping up on the City of Kingston’s $180 million third bridge crossing. Starting Monday, crews will arrive to begin construction on the east and west landing...

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Annual student competition promotes skilled trades in Kingston

    As reported in the Kingston Herald, this Friday, the second day of the 2019 Limestone Skills Competition – created to promote the skilled trades and technologies as viable, first-choice career options to students – will take...

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Off the grid office space project in Edmonton

    Edmonton, AB - Mike Holmes, professional contractor and TV host, will join Mayor Don Iveson and Effect Home Builders to tour media and VIP guests through Edmonton’s first workplace completely disconnected from the electrical...

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