Bruce Power extends Candu Energy contracts
Candu Energy Inc., a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, announced this morning it has been awarded one–year extensions on two existing contracts from Bruce Power for Bruce’s nuclear generating station in Tiverton, Ont. The work involves providing fuel channel inspection and tooling maintenance and refurbishment in support of reactor inspection and maintenance. As part of the extensions, SNC-Lavalin will support Bruce Power in executing three fuel channel inspection outages as part of the station’s regular outage schedule in 2021.
Royal Helium launches drilling program
Royal Helium Ltd. today announced the launch of a three–well drilling program at its Climax Helium project. The work is part of Royal’s program of exploration and development of primary helium production in southern Saskatchewan. Savanna Drilling Corp. was also announced as drillers on the project. Savanna has drilled 25 helium wells in Saskatchewan over the past four years.
Raymond James introduces sustainability banking program
Raymond James Ltd., the Canadian arm of North American investment dealer Raymond James Financial Inc., today announced the appointment of investment banker Jimmy Leung to lead its newly launched sustainability investment banking team, as managing director and head of sustainability investment banking, effective today. Prior to this appointment, Leung oversaw the firm’s Canadian technology investment banking unit.
GDI subsidiary expands U.S. service base
Montreal-based GDI Integrated Facility Services Inc. announced this morning that its U.S. subsidiary, Ainsworth Inc., has concluded the acquisition of the BPAC Group, Inc., effective Jan. 1, 2021. BP is a mechanical services provider based in New York state, providing retrofit and renovation services principally to the commercial sector. GDI is a commercial facility services provider offering services in Canada and the United States to owners and managers of a variety of facility types.
Tricon completes rebranding
Toronto-based Tricon Residential Inc., a rental housing company serving the middle-market demographic in North America, announced today that it has completed the rebranding of its single-family, multi-family and investment verticals under a singular brand, Tricon Residential. The new branding is being applied to all regional offices, including Tricon Residential’s Toronto, Orange County and San Francisco offices. Tricon’s rebranding, first announced on May 14, 2020, created a unified company which is now supported by a new website.