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High-performance Buildings program

Mar 23, 2019 ...High-performance Buildings program From: National Research Council Canada With energy costs expected to double by 2020, the need for Canada’s institutional and commercial building owners to retrofit energy-saving technologies that are validated, de-risked and cost effective is becoming more urgent. The High-performance Buildings (HPB) program helps Canadian

CER – Release of Canada’s Energy Future 2018: Energy Supply and Demand Projections to 2040

Nov 20, 2019 .... Energy Futures 2018 includes four projections of energy supply and demand to 2040. There is a baseline Reference Case. This includes current policies, and assumes moderate technology improvement, consensus economic growth and energy prices. Given the uncertainty when it comes to prices, we also include a High Price case and a Low Price case. Finally, we include

Why are rare earth elements important? (Ask NRCan) | Natural Resources Canada

Nov 19, 2019 ...Why are rare earth elements important? (Ask NRCan) Mining Technology Rare earth elements are found in just about every type of high-tech device from smart phones to electric vehicles. In this episode of our Ask NRCan podcast, we sit down with expert Janice Zinck to discuss what rare earth elements are, why they are important and what type of research

NRC videos

Oct 8, 2019 ... and equipment Cold spray of a permanent magnet to the inside surface of a cylinder Automotive and Surface Transportation Demonstration: Cold spray of a permanent magnet to the inside surface of a cylinder. Cool science Harsh environment sensing Security and Disruptive Technologies Demonstration: Use of fibre Bragg gratings in harsh environments. Cool science High

Broadband Fund: Application Form Instruction Manual for Applicants (November 13, 2019) | CRTC

Nov 27, 2019 ... provides in this section should not contain any marketing information. It should assist the CRTC in understanding the technical functionality of the project in support of the eligibility and assessment criteria. System Design Description (max 4000 characters) This description should assist the CRTC in understanding and evaluating the high level technical design

CER – Energy Information Program – Glossary

Nov 22, 2019 ... on: analyses of drilling, geological, geophysical, and engineering data; and the use of established technologies; in foreseeable economic conditions. Reserves – Proven: Proved reserves are those reserves expected to be recoverable with a high degree of certainty. It is likely that the actual remaining quantities recovered will exceed the proved reserves. Residual Oil

Fact sheet: Chemical oxidation with permanganate—ex situ — Guidance and Orientation for the Selection of Technologies — Contaminated sites – Pollution and waste management – Environment and natural resources –

Nov 28, 2019 ... of the technology Volatilization of contaminants and by-products Potential for metal mobilization High soil humidity and organic matter content reduces the effectiveness of the treatment Presence of reactive species in the soil matrix (example: iron, manganese, carbonates) reduces the effectiveness of the treatment This technique requires the manipulation of noxious

Canada and the European Union (EU)

Nov 22, 2019 ... to expert level meetings in specific areas, such as international peace and security, development, climate change, or innovation. Canada and the EU also identify each other as "strategic partners". Annual "Joint Ministerial Committee" meetings bring together the Canadian Foreign Minister and the High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy

Bringing Service Lines to the Science Partners

Nov 27, 2019 ... Secretariat’s (TBS) Director of IT Portfolio Strategies, discussed Government of Canada (GC) integrated planning. She suggested that departments work together when undertaking similar Information Technology (IT) projects. Participants, pleased to hear this suggestion, commented that they would like to share more with their fellow departments, from work cycles on high

Electoral Insight - Technology in the electoral process - Elections Canada

Nov 24, 2019 ... to which Canadians attach a high value. But our electoral system also reflects what Canadians are prepared to accept as a reasonable standard of security and integrity. Canadians trust our present systems and procedures – what could be called our present "technologies" – because they are used to them, because they see that they work and because people accept

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