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Canada Invests in Climate Change Adaptation and Resilience for Water Systems in Southern Ontario

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On February 22, 2019, Gagan Sikand, Member of Parliament for Mississauga–Streetsville, on behalf of the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Natural Resources, announced more than $1.3 million to support six climate change projects in Southern Ontario focused on water management and infrastructure, through Natural Resources Canada’s Climate Change Adaptation Program.


SMART GRID PROGRAM

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A smart electrical grid is one that makes better use of existing generation, transmission and distribution assets, increases energy efficiency, ensures safer and more secure delivery of electricity and ultimately provides a higher quality of service for customers.


Clean Energy Projects

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Husky Oil — $9.4 million for a project that uses Hydrogen-Donor Diluent Reduction technology.


Backgrounder: The Tianjin Eco-District

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An ambitious project costing approximately CAN$2.5 billion, the Tianjin eco-project will be a 1.8 km2 urban development that will serve as both a demonstration of cooperation between two countries and a research lab to help China realize its goal to improve the energy efficiency of its cities.


National Energy Board Temporary Members' Biographies

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Don Ferguson is a seasoned executive with 35 years in the New Brunswick Public Service, including 11 years at the Deputy Minister level. Don has considerable experience in the management of major projects.


National Energy Board Temporary Members' Biographies

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Damien Côté is a senior executive and lawyer with extensive experience in regulatory and Indigenous law. He brings many years of involvement with environmental assessments for large resource projects.


Energy and Mines Ministers' Conference 2016 - Energy

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This year's Energy and Mines Ministers' Conference (EMMC), hosted by Manitoba, gave federal, provincial and territorial ministers an opportunity to discuss current opportunities and challenges related to building public confidence in energy development. Restoring the public's trust in environmental assessments and regulatory processes and ensuring that decisions are based on science, facts and evidence, including the traditional knowledge of Indigenous peoples, are key to enhancing confidence in the system.


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