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First Notice: Enerquality appoints new CEO; Saskatchewan tests highway markings; Canada ups GHG targets

First Notice: Enerquality appoints new CEO; Saskatchewan tests highway markings; Canada ups GHG targets

 

EnerQuality appoints Curtis CEO

EnerQuality Corporation today announced the appointment of Monica Curtis as president and CEO effective immediately. Most recently, Curtis served as CEO of Energy Efficiency Alberta, where the agency achieved $952 million in economic growth for the province in three years.

Saskatchewan tests new highway markings

Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Highways is testing new paint products on Highway 11 to tst which lasts the longest and best holds to the road surface. Each kilometre of solid line requires 31 litres of paint, with 46,500 kilometres of centre and shoulder line painting planned for the 2021-22 construction season.   36,000 pavement signs are also being painted.

Federal government raises GHG target

The government of Canada is raising its commitment to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 40 to 45 per cent below 2005 levels by 2030. This is Canada’s first emissions reduction target that is enshrined in law under the new Canadian Net-Zero Emissions Accountability Act, which received Royal Assent in June 2021.

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