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RCCAO – July 12, 2012
According to a new study released today by the Residential and Civil Construction Alliance of Ontario (RCCAO), Ontario taxpayers will be paying significantly more, up to 15% more in some cases, for roads, sewers, water systems, public transit and other infrastructure because of the rising costs associated with the disposal of excavated soil. For more, click here.

CBN Press Releases

Vancouver, BC - October 27, 2009
The Canadian Brownfields Network (CBN) is pleased to announce that it has become an independent, not-for-profit corporation.

Toronto, ON - October 22 - 24, 2008
Join experts from across Canada and around the world for Canada’s national conference on brownfields remediation, community revitalization and sustainable city building.

Montreal, QC - October 16, 2007
A national network of associations, corporations and individuals involved in the remediation and redevelopment of property is calling upon the Federal, Provincial and Municipal governments to speed up the redevelopment of underutilized and undervalued sites, or "Brownfields" in Canada.

Ottawa, ON - July 25, 2005
Nominations for the Canadian Urban Institute's fifth annual Brownie Awards recognizing brownfields closes August 5, 2005. The awards are once again sponsored by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).

Ottawa, ON - July 11, 2005 
Early Bird Registration for the Canadian Brownfields Conference (October 13-14, 2005) is available until July 15, 2005. This is conditional on booking accommodation at the Fairmont Châtea...

Toronto, ON - June 21, 2005 
HazMat Management magazine is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Canadian Brownfields Network (CBN).

Toronto, ON - June 16, 2005 
The Canadian Brownfields Network (CBN) has made several changes to the benefits and membership rates. We are now offering a number of additional value-added benefits, and a new student membership cate...

Ottawa, ON - May 31, 2005 
The final report from this workshop, Greening Canada's Brownfields: A National Framework for Encouraging Redevelopment of Qualifying Brownfields through Removal of Crown Liens and Tax Arrears, is now ...

Ottawa, ON - April 29, 2005 
Mark your calendars for Canadian Brownfields 2005, to be held in Ottawa at the famed Fairmont Chateau Laurier on October 13-14, 2005. We also welcome a new major sponsor this year, the Cement Associat...

Ottawa, ON - April 29, 2005 
Every year, the CUI Brownie Awards get better and better. Last year saw new benchmarks for excellence set in terms of the number of submissions, as well as the geographic reach of both submissions and...

Ottawa, ON – February 17, 2005
Canadian Brownfields 2005 Conference announcement: Information on the sixth annual Canadian Brownfields conference (location, dates and themes); call for papers (deadlines); and nominations for the CUI Brownie Awards, now in its fifth year

Toronto, ON – July 29, 2004
Angus Ross, Chair of the Advisory Panel of the Canadian Brownfields Network, is pleased to announce the appointment of 18 experts to the CBN Advisory Panel.

Toronto, ON – June 1, 2004
The Canadian Urban Institute (CUI), co-founder of the Canadian Brownfields Network (CBN), today hosted a session at which the Hon. John Gerretsen, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, announced reforms to the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) and land-use planning systems in the province. 

Toronto, ON – March 1, 2004 
The Canadian Urban Institute and are pleased to announce the creation of a national network for brownfield practitioners and stakeholders called the Canadian Brownfields Network (CBN).

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