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Oakville nuclear manufacturer gets $144 million contract from Bruce Power

Oakville nuclear manufacturer gets $144 million contract from Bruce Power 24 April 2018

Oakville nuclear manufacturer gets $144 million contract from Bruce Power

Project seeks to extend life of Bruce Nuclear Generating Station to 2064

Oakville’s Laker Energy Products has received a $144 million contract from Bruce Power for its Major Component Replacement (MCR) project. 

The local nuclear manufacturer made the announcement Monday, April 23 from its 835 Fourth Line facility before an audience of around 100 employees. 

Laker Energy Products will provide end fittings, liners and flow elements for Bruce Power’s MCR project. 

The project is scheduled to begin in 2020.

OMB not calling shots for significant Glen Abbey appeals, says Oakville MPP

OMB not calling shots for significant Glen Abbey appeals, says Oakville MPP 17 April 2018

OMB not calling shots for significant Glen Abbey appeals, says Oakville MPP

ClubLink silent on project implications

The Ontario Municipal Board will not be calling the shots when it comes to some of the major decisions surrounding the future of the Glen Abbey Golf Course. 

A press release issued by the office of Oakville MPP and Minister of Labour Kevin Flynn asserted Monday, April 16 that the newly created Local Planning Appeal Tribunal (LPAT) would be deciding the validity of an interim control bylaw and official plan and zoning bylaw amendments, which Oakville town council put in place to maintain the existing uses at the Glen Abbey site.

Tim Hortons to move its Canadian head office

Tim Hortons to move its Canadian head office 17 April 2018

Tim Hortons to move its Canadian head office

After 50 years in Oakville, the coffee chain says it will be better equipped to innovate in Toronto’s core.

Tim Hortons is moving its Canadian headquarters to downtown Toronto’s Exchange Tower after more than 50 years in Oakville. 

The change that will affect all 400 head office employees is expected to take place by the end of the year and is part of a corporate modernization plan, said Tim Hortons president Alex Macedo on Monday. 

“We want to make sure our company, our brand, remains very contemporary. We want to be a more innovative company so that we can continue to fuel the growth not only for the brand, but for our restaurant owners,” he said.
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