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Saddledome demolition plan bucks transparency
The upfront cost to demolish the Calgary Saddledome has been projected at $13.8 million. The environmental repercussions of dismantling and discarding a 474,000-square-foot concrete and steel structure are more difficult to peg.

Life cycle assessment (LCA) — which can help to gauge a building’s environmental footprint from construction through to its end of life — accounts for four distinct sources of embodied carbon as a building is taken out of useful service: deconstruction/demolition; transporting debris; processing waste; and final disposal. In this case, abandonment of the now 36-year-old facility ahead of its designed lifespan will trigger those impacts.

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Understanding Candida auris transmission

Candida auris (C. auris), a drug-resistant fungal infection, is spreading across Canadian hospitals. The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has alerted laboratories and healthcare facilities of C. auris being found in laboratories, hospitals, nursing homes, and other types of healthcare environments.

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