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Wind energy applications — the promising road forward

Wind energy continues to provide major growth opportunities for plastic composites — the industry will reach $4 billion by the end of 2014. The adoption of larger-scale turbines and the expansion of offshore installations that call for stiffer and lighter blades...

source: By Don Rosato
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The Province of Alberta announced it will be providing more "predictable" and "sustainable" funding to its dual credit program that allows Grade 10, 11, or 12 students to earn both high school credits and credits that count towards a post-secondary certificate, diploma,...

source: Journal of Commerce

City council brought forward a resolution, requesting the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA) to urge the Province to continue support for the Trans Mountain Expansion Project at its recent council meeting. On a night where coal phase out dominated discussion,...

source: Spruce Grove Examiner

The entire Electrical Industry is invited to Edmonton for their iconic Christmas Luncheons. CREC's 68th...

source: AEA

Stiff fines for workers and employers caught violating workplace safety codes is the new reality under historic changes to Alberta's Occupational Health and Safety Act legislation. Avoid on-site fines under Alberta's new OH&S Ticketing...

source: AEA

Thousands of construction jobs are expected to funnel into the Heartland in the next few years. During the Alberta's Industrial Heartland Association's recent AIHA annual general meeting, board members received an update concerning major upcoming projects by Inter Pipeline,...

source: Fort Saskatchewan Record

B.C.'s Silica Control Tool could be coming to a province near you. According to the Alberta Construction Association, researchers at the University of British Columbia (UBC) are searching for willing construction companies in Alberta to participate in data collection. The...

source: Journal of Commerce


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