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December 15, 2003
Ontario building designers can take advance courses to satisfy new regulations

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December 13, 2003
Export credit not as easy for Canadian engineering firms

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December 11, 2003
Incentives for energy-efficient buildings extended to 2007

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December 10, 2003
Oil for new infrastructure in Iraq

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December 8, 2003
Building in mid-town Toronto collapses

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December 6, 2003
Construction industry needs an umbrella organization, says committee

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December 5, 2003
Canadian Light Source wins two Saskatchewan awards

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December 5, 2003
Progress made to harmonize Canadian environmental protection

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December 2, 2003
Deerfoot Trail Extension opens

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December 1, 2003
P3 process needs streamlining, say panelists at Toronto conference

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November 28, 2003
Simple method saves iron water mains in Winnipeg

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November 28, 2003
Only a bake away

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November 28, 2003
New Fraser River Crossing in Langley, B.C. moves ahead

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November 27, 2003
Energy-efficient buildings receive more grants in Alberta

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November 25, 2003
A.D. Williams contributing to district heating in Taiyuan, China

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November 25, 2003
William Rowan and Hank Edamura receive engineering awards

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November 22, 2003
Alberta boosts help to foreign-trained engineers

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November 21, 2003
Ontario makes no new promises for infrastructure

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November 21, 2003
Standard issued for a new type of building reinforcement

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November 18, 2003
Ingenium designs world’s biggest paint shop

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November 14, 2003
New certification brought in for hydronics experts

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November 13, 2003
Watch out for employees

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November 12, 2003
Consulting Engineers of Alberta hits quarter-century mark

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November 11, 2003
Edmonton receives $1.3 million to restore heritage buildings

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November 10, 2003
Chemicals must be managed – United Nations

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November 7, 2003
Steady growth projected for Canada’s construction industry

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November 3, 2003
Transportation projects keep consulting engineers busy in Western Canada

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November 3, 2003
Queen’s races by the sun