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This checklist, originally published in dp-PRO, mentions when looking at all the ways you may be affected, that damages to your water infrastructure can have massive costs.
TransCanada recently launched a Youth Energy Safe Award, to recognize non-profit organizations for completing safe digging projects. This program encourages youth-based organizations to click before they dig by incentivizing them with a $1,000 grant. To qualify, youth-based organizations need to submit an application form with their One Call ticket number, as well as contact information. Examples of digging projects include planting trees, shrubs or flowerbeds, installing a mailbox or fence or building a deck.
Once a completed application is received, TransCanada will ensure that the requirements are met and then submit a charitable grant to the recipient organization in acknowledgement of their commitment to safety and community service.
Source: CBC News
The federal government on Tuesday pledged $150 million for four flooding and storm mitigation projects in Toronto and York Region, after a summer in which residents across the GTA endured water-filled basements and power outages following intense rainstorms.
Source: Daily Commercial News
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was in Sudbury, Ont. recently to take a tour of the progress being made on a project to extend Maley Drive.
Source: Ontario News
Ontario's Government is working for the people to make the province's roads safer, commutes easier and communities healthier. Today, the province announced new infrastructure funding that will also help create and protect good jobs across the province.