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Réagissant à la situation révélée par le Bureau d'enquête du Journal de Montréal et du Journal de Québec relativement à la perte d'expertise au sein de...

source: Cision

Six universités de l'Ontario se sont associées afin d’offrir un nouveau programme de bourse dans le but d’élargir les possibilités des étudiants autochtones et noirs...

source: Université d'Ottawa

Six universities in Ontario have partnered to create a new fellowship to expand the pathways for Indigenous and Black students pursuing doctoral degrees in engineering to prepare for careers as professors and industry researchers. Announced...

source: University of Ottawa

Since it was built in the late 1980s, one downtown Toronto bank tower has stood out for its distinctive slim profile, red granite cladding and energy-conserving reflective windows. Beyond its physical appearance, the 68-storey tower at 40 King St. W. now stands apart as...

source: Globe and Mail

As industries go, residential construction in America has largely weathered the pandemic thanks to steady demand and low interest rates. Worksites nationwide are humming with good, paying jobs at a time when 1 in 8 workers are receiving unemployment checks. So why on earth...

source: BNN Bloomberg

Two international consultants will also be doing reports on issues at Site C before the project gets placed on hold. Premier John Horgan addressed the Site C report done by Peter Milburn during his first update for 2021. “Mr....



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