OHS conference starts Monday
Registration is still open for the XXII World Congress on Safety and Health at Work, set for Sept. 20 to 23. The online event is co-hosted by the Institute for Work & Health.
Leaders on the trail
The three main national party leaders have announced their public appearances for today, three days before polling day. According to The Canadian Press, Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole is in London, Ont. for an announcement at a winery and then St. Catharines, Ont. for an event with supporters. Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau visits Windsor for an announcement. NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is in Sherbrooke, Que. for a presentation on climate change, Sackville, N.S. for a visit to a local business and Halifax for a meeting with supporters.
Fonds FTQ announces Trois-Rivieres project
The Quebec investment fund Fonds immobilier de solidarite FTQ yesterday announced a partnership with Cloriacite Investissements on a new project slated for Trois-Rivieres. CLORIA Trois-Rivieres will be a commercial and residential rental project consisting of a five-storey building with 120 apartments and commercial space on the ground floor. Delivery is targeted for spring 2023.
Apply now for Placemaking Award
ULI Toronto and Artscape are accepting applications for the 2021 Tim Jones Creative Placemaking Award. The award honours excellence in creative placemaking within the Greater Golden Horseshoe communities, making arts and culture more central to city-building. The application deadline has been extended until Sept. 27.
Zoomlion exports heaviest crane
China’s Zoomlion Heavy Industry Science & Technology Co. today announced it exported the ZCC32000 crawler crane to Turkey on Sept. 16, setting a new record for the largest tonnage crane exported from China. The 2,000-ton ZCC32000 is an all-conditions product with maximum load moment of 32,000 ton-metres and maximum boom height reaching 168 metres.