Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Tag: Daniel Vandal

Bright ideas forge a new path toward renewable energy in Inuvik

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A new solar project in Inuvik is helping to advance Canada's transition to a low-carbon future while increasing the amount of electricity generated from renewables, reducing pollution and...

Investment to assess Nunavut’s potential for geothermal energy production

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The Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency (CanNor) announced federal investments of over $1.2 million over three years to support the study of Nunavut’s geothermal...

Funds to support clean energy opportunities in Saskatchewan

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As Canada pursues a net-zero carbon emissions future, the Government of Canada, through Prairies Economic Development Canada (PrairiesCan) is investing in communities affected by...

Federal funds to support Alberta energy transition

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A recent Alberta Energy Transition Study suggests the clean technology sector could create 170,000 jobs and contribute $61 billion to gross domestic product by 2050 in Alberta alone. Today,...

Clean energy project in downtown Winnipeg receives support

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The Forks Renewal Corporation is cutting the use of natural gas in its buildings in downtown Winnipeg, Manitoba with a geothermal energy system funded...

Yukon and B.C. First Nations Initiatives Tackle Climate Change

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The Government of Canada continues to support progress on three unique, Indigenous-led projects that are helping communities in Yukon and northern British Columbia adapt...

Call for Proposals for Northern Canada Contaminants Research

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The Government of Canada is calling for proposals for northern contaminants research and monitoring projects. The Minister of Northern Affairs, Daniel Vandal, has launched the...

Nunavut announces new energy efficiency projects

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The Government of Canada acknowledges the challenges of the COVID-19 recovery, while it continues to support climate action and clean energy initiatives. Northerners are...