Category Archives: sustainability

We’re going to Hamilton!

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Thank you, Lake Ontario!

It’s hard to believe we have a Deep Lake Water Cooling system right here in our very own city! Daniel took us on a great tour to see the inner workings of the John Street Pumping station. In these heat exchangers, … Continue reading

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Site Visit of Deep Lake Water Cooling System

As much as Torontonians like to give our city a hard time, it has some pretty neat things going on… Toronto boasts one of North America’s largest district energy systems, which uses a Deep Lake Water Cooling System sourced from Lake … Continue reading

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A Look at Regent Park’s Thriving Community

On a chilly November evening (windchill factor of -18!) Barry Thomas, Operating Unit Manager at Regent Park, led us on a site visit of Regent Park and told us stories of the transformation that the community has experienced. The site … Continue reading

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An inside glance at Regent Park

Toronto is full of so many amazing stories of transformation and growth. Change is never easy, but with some good practices of community engagement and bringing the right stakeholders to the table – there are opportunities to create beautiful things. … Continue reading

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