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1. When fentanyl hits home
Fentanyl is an incredibly powerful synthetic opioid analgesic used as an anesthetic and for the treatment of chronic pain. According to the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety, fentanyl is 100 times more powerful than morphine, 50 times more toxic than heroin, and 20 to 40 times more potent than heroin, all of which means the risk of an overdose is extremely high. The RCMP states that two milligrams of pure fentanyl—about the size of four grains of salt—can kill the average adult.

So why is fentanyl a topic of discussion in a rental apartment magazine?

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2. Nova Scotia to dim focus on lighting incentives

Diminishing additional savings from energy-efficient lighting are both a happy milestone and a future challenge for Nova Scotia conservation strategists. Read More »

3. Construction labour force recruitment critical

Between 2019 and 2021, a significant amount of competing large-scale, multi-billion dollar projects are expected to commence in British Columbia. Construction demand is growing faster than the labour force as peak activity approaches.
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4. Project team selected for BMO Centre expansion
Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC) and Calgary Stampede has selected three architectural firms: Stantec, Populous, and S2 Architecture to lead the complex, $500-million expansion of the BMO Centre. Read More »
5. Canada invests $4.1M in The Arbour
The federal government has announced a $4.1 million investment in The Arbour – George Brown College’s ten-storey mass-timber building. According to the institution, the $134-million project will be Ontario’s first mass-timber low-carbon building of its kind.  Read More »
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