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2015-16 Departmental Performance Report Ministers’ Message and Section I

Dec 18, 2019 ... and growth of SMEs in Atlantic Canada, including projects related to technology acquisition, expansion and modernization, domestic marketing, productivity and business skills, and business support. Examples include: supporting the Sobey School Business Development Centre in offering the High Growth Essentials program to growth-oriented businesses across Atlantic

Economic Action Plan 2014 Act, No. 2

Nov 15, 2019 ... in this section and in sections 147 to 156. “CHARS” « SCREA » “CHARS” means the Canadian High Arctic Research Station established by subsection 4(1) of the Canadian High Arctic Research Station Act, enacted by section 145. “Commission” « Commission » “Commission” means the Canadian Polar Commission established by section 3 of the Canadian Polar Commission Act

Powering the future: Mason Graphite partners with the NRC to develop conversion process for battery-grade graphite

Dec 2, 2019 ... commodity into a high-value-added product, using a process with a relatively smaller environmental footprint–one capable of performing at least as good, if not better, than other currently available types of battery-grade graphite. "We have one of the highest-grade natural graphite deposits in the world at our facility near Lac Guéret, in Quebec," says Benoît Gascon

Electoral Insight – Readjustment of Federal Electoral Boundaries - Elections Canada

Jan 14, 2020 ... at general elections. In the seven by-elections, it ranged from a high of 44 percent in Windsor West to a low of 23 percent in both the Quebec district of Saint-Léonard—Saint-Michel and the Alberta district of Calgary Southwest. Elections Canada conducted several pilot projects during the by-elections. It provided the returning officers with more detailed demographic

NEB – Market Snapshot: Canadian natural gas production, and British Columbia’s share of it, is expected to continue growing

Oct 15, 2019 ... projected natural gas production through 2040 Source and Description Source: NEB Description: The stacked area chart shows projected natural gas production by province until 2040 in the Reference, Low Price, High Price, and Technology Cases. In 2010, Canadian natural gas production was just under 14.6 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d), with 10.9 from Alberta, 2.9

Fact sheet: Pyrolysis — Guidance and Orientation for the Selection of Technologies — Contaminated sites – Pollution and waste management – Environment and natural resources –

Nov 28, 2019 ... and require proper treatment, storage and disposal Limitations of the technology Limited performance when treating soil contaminated with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and dioxins Pyrolysis does not treat inorganic compounds Volatile metals may be removed as a result of the high temperatures associated with the treatment but are not destroyed Depending upon

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

Nov 28, 2019 ..., if oxidation of the contaminants is incomplete, toxic intermediates can be generated. For example, the incomplete degradation of PAHs can produce aldehydes, ketones and quinones whose toxicity is high for certain animal species. Limitations of the technology Difficult to effectively inject oxidizing agents so as to reach the totality of contaminated material

Boron in Drinking Water: Guideline Technical Document for Public Consultation

Jan 9, 2020 ... have found possible associations between boron and effects to reproduction and development. However, these studies have a number of design limitations and cannot be used for risk assessment. Studies in animals have consistently observed adverse effects to the male reproductive system following ingestion of high levels of boron, which supports effects seen

Alberta High-tech Entrepreneurs to Benefit from New Technology Commercialization Initiative

May 9, 2008 ...Alberta High-tech Entrepreneurs to Benefit from New Technology Commercialization Initiative News Release May 09, 2008 Edmonton, Alberta High-tech companies looking to field-test new computer-based technologies in a customer or client setting now have ready access to more support from the new Precarn office opening in Alberta. The initiative will help

Evaluation of the Energy Innovation Program - Summary | Natural Resources Canada

Dec 16, 2019 ...Evaluation of the Energy Innovation Program - Summary What the Evaluation Found Relevance There is a need for federal government support to energy innovation to reduce the risks associated with the high costs and uncertainty of developing and demonstrating new clean technologies in support of reducing GHG emissions. The role of NRCan in conducting

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