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New group to oversee water-generated power (8/01)

A new group has been formed to look after water-generated power in Ontario. The Ontario Waterpower Association was founded by Great Lakes Power, Inco Ltd., Abitibi Consolidated and Ontario Power Generation.

Utilities gear up to be market-ready by fall (6/01)

Ready or not, Ontario's electricity market will be open to competition next May. Fortunately, spokespeople for the industry say they will be ready on time, if not earlier.

Global expertise cornerstone of success (3/02)

Providing quality, innovative and comprehensive solutions to its clients for over 40 years, Golder Associates Ltd. (Golder) and its subsidiaries, with 80 offices worldwide, remain an industry leader.

FSC announces public forest land certification (3/02)

Westwind Forest Stewardship Inc. has been certified for meeting international standards for good forest management. The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) annouced in a press release on Mar. 25 that the 2.

Feeling powerless (05/05)

What gets made in the North should be used in the North.

Agreement could land biofuel plant in northwest (03/04)

With cautious optimism, Greenstone, challenged by higher energy costs, is looking to jump-start its economy by becoming a leader in biofuels.

First Nations voice opposition to clearcut guidelines (10/01)

Environmental groups are not the only ones voicing opposition to the province's proposed clearcut guidelines.

Power push creating new breed of engineer (02/04)

Wind power may be the future attraction for engineers relocating in the North. The Ontario Wind Power Task Force Industrial Report states there is a shortage of Canadians educated in the area of wind power.

Geothermal project heats up in Timmins (01/04)

Timmins' three-year effort to study the commercial and economic merits behind using re-circulated mine water to heat and cool buildings will likely enter a pilot project phase sometime in early January 2004.

Abatement program boon to contractors (05/04)

The building of Inco's Super Stack in 1972 is regarded as the single most important innovation in improving Sudbury's air quality.