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Explosives Regulations | Natural Resources Canada

May 21, 2019 ...Explosives Regulations Please Note: As of May 18, 2019, proposed amendments to the Explosives Regulations have been published in Canada Gazette, Part I for a 30-day consultation period. Stakeholder feedback is important to us. Please submit comments regarding the proposed amendments to: Natural Resources Canada’s (NRCan) Explosives

2019 Winners | Natural Resources Canada

Apr 29, 2019 ...2019 Winners ENERGY STAR® Canada Participant Awards Natural Resources Canada congratulates 20 organizations for winning the 2019 ENERGY STAR Canada Participant Awards for advancing energy efficiency. The awards recognize organizations that have demonstrated excellence in offering Canadian consumers the most energy-efficient products and technology available

Energy Efficiency | Natural Resources Canada

May 13, 2019 ...Energy Efficiency With new technology and information available, Canada has great potential to use energy more effectively. Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) works in the fields of housing, building, communities, industry, and transportation to help Canadians realize this potential and take advantage of the benefits of energy efficiency, such as lower energy

Career Opportunities | Natural Resources Canada

Apr 25, 2019 ... what we are all about! Working at NRCan Get to know who we are and what we offer. How to apply Excited about an opportunity? Follow these steps to apply for a job. Opportunity to Serve the Public – Natural Resources Canada NRCan Tweets A Twitter list by @NRCanJobs In the Spotlight – Check out the videos Federal Student Work Experience Program Public Service

Energy benchmarking for hospitals | Natural Resources Canada

May 27, 2019 ... apply. Learn more about benchmarking and energy efficiency for hospitals Natural Resources Canada resources Canadian ENERGY STAR scores ENERGY STAR certification for commercial and institutional buildings in Canada Benchmarking technical information What is energy benchmarking? Benchmarks and Best Practices for Acute and Extended Health Care Facilities: A Guide

Vlogs | Natural Resources Canada

Mar 5, 2019 ...Vlogs Seismology Research (Chief Scientist Vlog) Geoscience Natural Resources Canada’s Chief Scientist Donna Kirkwood talks to seismologist John Cassidy and student Jeremy Gosselin about earthquakes-related research. Learn more A century of technology at the Petawawa Research Forest (Chief Scientist Vlog) Forestry To celebrate the Petawawa Research Forest’s

Opportunity to Serve the Public – Natural Resources Canada | Natural Resources Canada

Mar 13, 2019 ...Opportunity to Serve the Public – Natural Resources Canada Employer and Employee Representative on Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Area Occupational Health and Safety Advisory Council The Canada–Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Act implements the agreement between the federal and provincial governments relating to offshore

Data | Natural Resources Canada

May 21, 2019 ...Data Natural Resources Canada's Canadian Geodetic Survey (CGS) offers data of the Canadian Active Control System (CACS), the Passive Control Networks and the Canadian Gravity Standardization Network (CGSN) as well as a series of geoid models. Available data products include ACPs stations descriptions and locations, RINEX GNSS observations files, broadcast

Retrofitting | Natural Resources Canada

Apr 18, 2019 ... Guidelines: help for your retrofit project Looking for some guidance on how to carry out a major energy retrofit project at your facility? Natural Resources Canada’s Major Energy Retrofit Guidelines are designed to help you understand when, why and how to undertake major energy retrofits and are divided into individual modules to help you identify the best

Researching Forest Fires (Natural Elements) | Natural Resources Canada

May 22, 2019 ...Researching Forest Fires (Natural Elements) Forestry Natural hazards Managing forest fires is all about balancing the good and the bad. Richard Carr from the Canadian Forest Service explains the type of research that Natural Resources Canada conducts to better understand forest fires and help manage both the risks and benefits. Transcript Anne-Sophie Alarie

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