Archive for Month: June 2012
Volunteers Needed to Help Sandbag In Coquitlam
Volunteers Needed to Help Sandbag In Coquitlam The Kwikwetlem First Nation lands are at serious risk of flooding. They are looking for people to help place sandbags at possible breach points along the Fraser River in Coquitlam. If you would like to be added to the Kwikwetlem First Nation Flood […]
On this very special day for all Canadians we want to take this opportunity to wish you a happy and fun-filled celebration of our nation’s birthday. The Office will be closed Monday July 2nd and re-open Tuesday july 3rd.
Boom Town BC
If you want to know where most of the jobs are right now, you have to run your finger up the map to B.C.’s northeast, where an estimated 14,000 people are directly employed in the shale gas fields outside of Fort Nelson and Fort St. John. Pipefitters, power engineers, machinists, […]
CHES ONTARIO 2012 Conference & Trade Show
CHES ONTARIO 2012 Conference & Trade Show.The 2012 CHES Ontario conference is returning to North America’s most sustainable city, Kingston Ontario with the theme: Innovation and Sustainability Reduce Costs, Increase Revenue and Respond to Aging Infrastructure: The Costs vs. the Benefits. GlassCell Isofab and TIAC participated in the CHES-Ontario Chapter […]