The Port of Monroe, Michigan has been awarded $11,051,586 through the Port Infrastructure Development Program, which will go toward the port’s Lake Erie Renewable Energy Resilience Project, funding four components: riverfront work, turning basin work, maritime readiness slip construction and shore power infrastructure. Read the full story by The Monroe News. Read the full story
Bruce Power’s Unit 6 Major Component Replacement (MCR) project reached a major milestone October 25 with the completion of fuel channel assembly installation.
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- Transit advocates criticize new regional transportation plan featuring expressway expansion — Chicago Sun Times
Chicago transit advocates raise concerns over a state transportation plan that calls for more expressway lanes instead of prioritizing public transit.
The first-of-its-kind achievement for a commercial power reactor means a stable supply of the medical isotope, which precisely targets cancerous cells, while sparing health tissue.
Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources is taking part in the International Atomic Energy Agency 5th Ministerial Conference on Nuclear Power:
Canada’s Competition Bureau will study grocery store competition across the country.
The Owen Sound offence dried up Saturday night in Erie as the Otters snapped the Attack’s four-game winning streak with a 3-1 win inside the Erie Insurance Arena. The Bear’s power play, which had converted for a goal in three-straight games, went 0-for-5 in the contest. The Otters struck out on six power-play opportunities but […]
Day two of the R2R22 Conference, being held this week at the Four Winds Barn in Brussels, was all about housing.
Mediator Wiliam Kaplan will assist the two sides as they try to reach an agreement and avoid a potential strike.
Stratford has 3 candidates running for Mayor this year, as Dan Mathieson steps away.
You may end up having a bad hair day Wednesday as a special weather statement is in effect.
The Ontario government is increasing funding for the province’s energy-efficiency programs by $342 million.
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