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Canadian Environmental Network

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Canadian Wind Energy Association

Petroleum Services Association of Canada

Medical Technology and Devices Association of Canada

Canadian Association of Mining Equipment and Services for Export Association

Canadian Society for Civil Engineering

Infrastructure Canada

Railway Association of Canada

Canadian Water and Wastewater Association

Canadian Public Works

Canadian Nuclear Association

Canadian Manufacturer’s and Exporters Association

Canadian Welding Association

Canadian Electricity Association

Canadian Association of Geographers/Geomatics

Canadian Remote Sensing Society

Canadian Energy Pipeline Association

Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers

Food & Consumer Products Association of Canada

Gas Processing Association of Canada

Canadian Renewable Fuels Association

Canadian Association of Regulatory Affairs

Canadian Textile Association

International Electrical Commission

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers

Canadian Council of Professional Engineers

Canadian Plastic’s Industry Association

Aerospace Industries Association of Canada

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Springfield Art Museum unveils ambitious renovation plan

Posted on Wednesday October 17, 2018

SPRINGFIELD, MO. — If all goes as planned, the Springfield Art Museum could one day be a multi-storey structure with floor-to-ceiling windows, a meandering stream outside, walking and biking trails and more space. Art Museum Director Nick Nelson presented the vision for the museum’s transformation into an “incredible, world-class art museum” to city council recently. […]

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U.S. Feds: Over pressurized lines caused deadly gas explosions

Posted on Wednesday October 17, 2018

BOSTON — Over-pressurized natural gas lines were the source of deadly explosions and fires that rocked communities north of Boston last month, the National Transportation Safety Board said recently. The five-page, preliminary report found utility workers contracted by Columbia Gas had failed to account for critical pressure sensors as they replaced century-old cast-iron pipes in […]

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Posted on Wednesday October 17, 2018

ONTARIO GOVERNMENT TENDER NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS TENDER OPENING ON: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2018 AT 01:30 PM Grading, Granular Base, Hot Mix Paving, Structure Replacement  – NECESSARY AVAILABLE FINANCIAL RATING IS $3,000,000 IN (GR); NECESSARY AVAILABLE MAXIMUM WORKLOAD RATING IS $3,000,000; #2018-6018  – HWY. 17 – Blackbird  Creek Culvert No. 2 (Site No. 48E-52/C), Hwy. 17, […]

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