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Edmonton doesn’t typically allow people to build in the river valley, but construction is now underway on a big house in Mill Creek Ravine. Fletcher Kent explains.

source: Global News

A large dirt mound in a Montreal neighbourhood represents a risk to public safety, according to an engineering report. The pile of rock and dirt was created last summer, by a condo developer in the city’s LaSalle borough. Mud and water from it has flowed into nearby...

source: CTV News

When UVic bought the Queenswood property from the Sisters of St. Ann in 2010, the site was envisioned as a special location for the university’s growth over the ensuing decades. Now, UVic’s world-leading ocean and climate researchers have a new centre where...

source: University of Victoria

An engineering professor is calling for the Transportation Safety Board to investigate an Ottawa bus crash that killed three and injured 23 others to prevent similar incidents from occurring again. Ahmed Shalaby with the department...

source: CTV News

Despite rising numbers of women going into engineering at UBC, the faculty will not achieve its goal of equal representation by 2020. In 2015, UBC’s faculty of applied sciences announced it would aim for 50 per cent...

source: The Ubyssey

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