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November 13, 2002  

Renewable energy and power conservation now on Ontario’s agenda

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November 8, 2002  

German hydronic heating technology held up as panacea

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November 6, 2002  

Kelly Yuzdepski of UMA is new chair of Consulting Engineers of Saskatchewan

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November 1, 2002  

Ontario engineers support Kyoto

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October 30, 2002  

Acres fined $3.4 million on corruption charge

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October 28, 2002  

Large transportation projects dominate Canada’s 2002 Engineering Awards

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October 25, 2002  

Web site promotes history of Canadian civil engineering

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October 23, 2002  

Windsor-Detroit crossing slated for $300 million improvements

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October 21, 2002  

Big Saturday Night engineering celebration coming up!

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October 18, 2002  

Enron executive admits to manipulating California power shortages

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October 18, 2002  

Coal to be given a chance as a clean fuel

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October 15, 2002  

Manitoba engineers report 4.6% salary increase

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October 9, 2002  

Halifax harbour clean-up nears reality

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October 7, 2002  

Wildlife corridors found to be effective

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October 4, 2002  

UMA joins with company to develop BioOil

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October 4, 2002  

ND LEA to improve China’s transportation

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October 3, 2002  

Throne speech suggests spending on engineering

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September 30, 2002  

Coming up: sustainability conference, an exhibit celebrating 150 years of civil engineering, and a trade mission to Africa

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September 27, 2002  

What to do with the WTC site? Manhattan invites designers’ ideas

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September 24, 2002  

Civil engineers in water industry have most risk

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September 24, 2002  

Canadian co-authors book on Ground Source Heat Pumps

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September 20, 2002  

Microsoft ignores prohibition on using “engineer” for its systems experts

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September 18, 2002  

Acres convicted of bribery – vows to appeal

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September 16, 2002  

Venice builds floodgates to keep out tides

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September 13, 2002  

Export Development Canada bows to concerns of large consulting engineers

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August 30, 2002  

Stantec continues buying spree

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August 27, 2002  

Southern Alberta irrigation canal to be rehabilitated

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August 22, 2002  

World Summit prompts calls for better management of natural resources