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Construction on eastern portion of Gardiner to finish two months sooner

TORONTO – The City of Toronto will spend an additional $2 million to fast track construction work on the eastern portion of the Gardiner Expressway. 208 more words

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The starkness of Cuba's technology gap, charted

With the first phone call between US and Cuban presidents since the Cuban revolution, the process for normalizing the relationship between the two nations began yesterday.  294 more words

DELL PowerEdge R730 Improves Boot Times

The DELL generation 13 servers are blazingly fast and capable servers. That’s has been well documented by now and more and more people are experiencing it themselves. 226 more words

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The Perils of Deflation

For so long central banks and policy makers have been obsessed with inflation but with inflation falling the dangers of deflation are now on the horizon. 382 more words

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Rapid Changes: 2014 in Review

2014 has been a big year for water in America, regardless of where you live. Here on the west coast, we have had some of the biggest water controversies and promises of big spending since the days of the Hoover Dam and the LA aqueduct. 1,400 more words

Gas death spiral will not help power utilities

Expected saving, on annual cost of energy, is as much as 99%(!!) by retrofit of new inverter technology, reverse cycle, split systems, to replace gas central heating and evaporative water cooling. 33 more words

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Member Assistance – Town of High River

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Dear Members;

One of our colleagues, Dayna Dickens, Town of High River, is requesting our assistance with the the following. 66 more words

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