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Thinking solar? Stop…Rethink…Go
“BP, Once a Renewable leader, Bets $200 Million on Solar"[1] “UK achieve solar power record as temperatures soar”[2] “Alberta...
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Getting to the Root: Building Damage Caused by Trees
Trees may be the cause of nuisance for real estate developers and home owners as they may cause damage...
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Why flip-flops may increase the risk of slips and falls
Did you know that footwear type can impact the likelihood of recovering from a slip? Research indicates that footwear...
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Les passagers sont moins probables d’utiliser leurs ceintures lorsqu’ils sont
Plus que la moitié de la population utilise les services de transport de covoiturage comme les taxis, Uber, Lyft,...
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Post-Fire Risks — Notre Dame Cathedral Restorers Share The Same
Fires can be devastating to the properties, neighborhoods and families that they affect. When we see, read or hear...
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Uncertainties in Structural Designs & their Associated Risks
Contrary to popular belief, it is a myth that structural engineering designs always deal with quantities that are perfectly...
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30 Forensic Engineering Launches Flood Risk Assessment Service
30 Forensic Engineering, Canada’s leading and fully-independent multi-disciplinary forensics firm, is pleased to announce the launch of our Flood...
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Tackling Concussions – Football’s Newest Helmet Technology
With the Superbowl just around the corner, we thought we would provide an update on the new helmet technology...
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Do winter tires prevent collisions? Is it as simple as
This week reminded us in southern Ontario that winter driving season is upon us! With it, winter tire publicity...
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Hold on – does carrying an object impact handrail use?
When someone loses their balance on a stairway, even if they were not initially holding the handrail, they can...
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Marijuana legalization, claims of impairment and driver behaviour – Has
Nothing else stirs up a debate quite like the topic of marijuana legalization. What was once a discussion premised...
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“Adults admit they often skip belt in rear-seat” – IIHS
In a society where almost half the population uses ride-hailing services such as taxis, Uber, and Lyft, it’s shocking...
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