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January 17, 2003  

Book features Newfoundland engineers

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January 17, 2003  

Flying? Don’t drink the tap water

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January 16, 2003  

Ontario and Quebec launch new awards for consulting engineers

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January 15, 2003  

Building products become more environmentally friendly

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January 13, 2003  

Engineers design massive “batteries” for storing electrical power

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January 10, 2003  

Fund set up to honour Saskatchewan engineer

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January 8, 2003  

Wall Centre engineers win another award

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January 6, 2003  

Stantec buys large Vancouver architectural firm

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January 6, 2003  

TechNotes: Hydronic heating standard, HVAC training modules

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January 3, 2003  

Consulting engineers help design $160-million concourse at Calgary Airport

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January 2, 2003  

TechNotes: ACRONYMS, aaaAGH !!

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December 31, 2002  

UN calls for more focus on water supplies

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December 27, 2002  

Sound waves may offer green alternative to cool buildings

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December 24, 2002  

Federal and B.C. governments say Vancouver Convention Centre expansion is top priority

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December 23, 2002  

Users invited to test drive big changes to national building code

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December 20, 2002  

Construction activity down 46% from 2001 in the U.S.

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December 18, 2002  

Ontario writing environmental standards for 400-series highways

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December 16, 2002  

Money given to ease way for immigrant engineers to get licence

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December 13, 2002  

New books help in designing energy efficient buildings and safe pipe and ducts

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December 11, 2002  

Kyoto vote heralds changes and business for engineers

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December 9, 2002  

Montreal’s expanded convention centre transforms downtown

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December 4, 2002  

British Columbia makes plans for 2010 Winter Olympics

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December 2, 2002  

December issue of Canadian Consulting Engineer now posted

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December 2, 2002  

U.S. wood construction products costing more because of U.S.-Canada trade dispute

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November 29, 2002  

Coal tar said to be contaminating Kingston building

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November 28, 2002  

$27 million to be spent on Woodroffe Avenue project in Ottawa

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November 25, 2002  

Trow and LBCD merge

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November 22, 2002  

Supercomputer buzzes at over 350 billion calculations per second