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BuildForce Report: More skilled workers required to electrify existing buildings

Building a Greener Future reports that as many as 57,000 additional construction workers will be required by 2032 to transition buildings in Canada away from fossil fuels.

Next 30 Mechanical Minutes: Tankless Water Heater Update

Sign up for the free webinar, being held Tuesday, May 21, 3 p.m. (eastern time), where we’ll be talking about the evolution of residential tankless water heating.

Stelpro and Innovair Join Forces

Two major Quebec-based manufacturers in the HVAC industry strike a strategic alliance.

Quebec spending $10M on Montreal decarbonization project

Énergir chaleur et climatisation urbaines, a district energy network in downtown Montreal, will install two electric boilers and a heat recovery system.

Ontario upgrading Workers Act to support women in the skilled trades

The act proposes a suite of measures that include requiring that menstrual products be provided on larger construction sites and mandating that washrooms are clean and sanitary. 

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Gas Ontario Facility Selling Virgin Refrigerants Now!

A-Gas, the global leader in the supply and lifecycle management of refrigerants, announces their new facility outside of Hamilton, Ontario is now filling and shipping virgin refrigerants. In addition to filling HFCs, A-Gas is now also accepting all types of refrigerants into its Lifecycle Refrigerant Management program. » Learn more…

Don’t Toss It Out

John Siegenthaler shares methods for adding an air-to-water heat pump to an existing gas-fired boiler system. » Read More...
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STRIKING PERFORMANCE with VIPERT™ (PE-RT) Potable & Radiant Tubing

The evolution of plumbing materials has seen a shift from traditional copper piping to the use of PEX (cross-linked polyethylene) tubing, thanks to its flexibility, ease of installation, and resistance to corrosion. However, as the industry continues to innovate, the next generation of product has taken the industry by storm with PE-RT (polyethylene of raised temperature resistance) tubing. PE-RT retains the advantages of PEX and offers industry leading flexibility of the tubing, increased durability in temperature and pressure resistance along with superior corrosion resistance. » Learn more…

Heat Pump Symposium - Vancouver

Date: May 30
Vancouver Convention Centre
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Building Lasting Change (CaGBC Conference)

Date: June 5
Marriott Eaton Centre - Toronto
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Retrofit Canada Conference

Date: June 12
Paradox Hotel, Vancouver
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Passive House Canada Conference

Date: June 17-19
University of Victoria
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