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Presenting The 2016 Canada Brownie Awards

The Canadian Brownfields Network (CBN) and Actual Media presented their annual Brownie Awards in Toronto, Canada, November 29, 2016 at a special Awards Gala. The 2016 Brownies mark the first joint venture between CBN and Actual Media, although the Awards themselves have been given since 2001 in a partnership between the Canadian Urban Institute and Actual Media. The Awards recognize excellence in the Canadian brownfields community, and are presented in ten categories: REPROGRAM, REMEDIATE, REINVEST, REBUILD, RENEW, REACH OUT, the Brownfielder of the Year (for individual excellence), and Best Large, Small and Overall projects. All projects nominated in the REMEDIATE, REINVEST, REBUILD, RENEW and REACH OUT categories were eligible for the Best Large, Small and Overall Awards. Best Large Project The Best Large Project Award was given to the Region of Waterloo (Ontario) for the ION: Light Rail Transit in Waterloo Region project.Funded by the Government of Canada, the Government…Log In to Read Full Article

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