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Electrical submetering is smart energy management

Submetering allows for monitoring of the electrical consumption of individual components within a building, such as heating and cooling systems, lighting, refrigeration and more. This method utilizes individual "submeters" that allow facility managers to observe the energy...

source: By Jeannea Jones
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Since April 2016, Street Capital has proudly collaborated with CMEA to bring Members a preferred mortgage rate and personalized service, every step of the way. At Street Capital, we understand that every dollar counts, which is why we are excited to offer CMEA Members great...

source: Street Capital Bank

On Jan. 25th 2017, a destructive ice storm hit the Acadian Peninsula in Northern New Brunswick. The ice storm damaged or destroyed over 400 transmission poles and left 22,000 citizens without power. By Jan. 29th, the situation had not significantly improved and the Province...

source: By Lt MB Clancey — IRU Vanguard Composite Troop Commander

The B.C. Liberal government is promising that Canadian Forces veterans will receive a 50 per cent tuition fee rebate at post-secondary institutions in British Columbia. The rebate is to aid in transition to civilian life. It would...

source: Ottawa Citizen

The Government of Canada is committed to providing the women and men of the Canadian Armed Forces with the support they need, including modern facilities where they can work and train safely. Two new buildings will be constructed at 3 Wing Bagotville. On behalf of the Minister...

source: Frontline Defence

The Canadian Armed Forces need to update and streamline their communications with bereaved military families, the National Defence and Canadian Forces Ombudsman says in a new report. The "collaborative review" points out major inconsistencies...

source: Global News

Vancouver Island becomes a country on the brink of collapse with visiting Canadians scrambling to get home, in a Canadian Armed Forces exercise. Exercise Ready Angle 17, which runs to May 5, will see about 300 Canadian Forces members...

source: Times Colonist


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