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September 26, 2003
Per Christoffersen remembered with fondness and admiration

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September 24, 2003
TTC Sheppard Line wins big award

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September 24, 2003
Dessau-Soprin moves into Ontario

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September 24, 2003
Tech-Notes – new engineering resources on-line

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September 19, 2003
Private sector takes charge of huge hospital construction projects

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September 18, 2003
B.C. consultant urges engineers to refuse work when the price isn’t right

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September 15, 2003
Electronic air cleaners produce ozone

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September 13, 2003
Small municipalities struggle to meet new water regulations

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September 12, 2003
Tech Notes – Water and Wastewater

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September 10, 2003
Alberta hires consulting engineers to review its water treatment facilities

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September 8, 2003
Canada and Quebec take steps to avoid repeat of Saguenay flooding

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September 5, 2003
Niagara needs to spend $800 million over next 10 years

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September 4, 2003
McElhanney adopts C4 and Adam Engineering

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September 2, 2003
Tech-Notes – HVAC & Electrical

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August 29, 2003
Engineers undercut each other on fees

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August 28, 2003
CIDA found to be flouting contracting rules

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August 27, 2003
CH2M Hill studying Voisey’s Bay site

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August 25, 2003
Winnipeg urged to upgrade its wastewater treatment plants

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August 25, 2003
Pearson’s new terminal, LEED, and carrying ships overland . . .

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August 22, 2003
The lights are out!! — Notes from a road warrior engineer

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August 21, 2003
Reservoir levels low in Greater Vancouver Regional District

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August 21, 2003
TIPTA Awards invite entries

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August 20, 2003
Power industry calls for favourable policies

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August 19, 2003
Burnaby burns its garbage to make power

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August 16, 2003
The Big Blackout – What went wrong?

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August 9, 2003
Autodesk pursuing software pirates

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August 8, 2003
Air-conditioning without ozone depletion on the horizon

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August 8, 2003
Standards coming to improve skills of water treatment plant operators