The water cooler: high-level conversation starters that’ll rule the break room

Posted on August 31, 2021 | By Simon R. Smith | 0 Comments

What’s covered in this issue’s Water Cooler:

  • Offshore N.L.’s current project pipeline shows two projects with a lot of mileage, two projects running out of steam and one strong ‘maybe’.
  • A look inside MUNL’s new Science building with its 190 fume hoods, 250 sinks, over three kilometres of counter space and one truly massive ceiling ornament.
  • Why did Shediac agree to take part in the Smart Energy Community Project and what do organizers hope to learn about small-scale renewable energy?
  • This small corner of Atlantic Canada has suddenly become one of the hottest gold plays on the planet.
  • What does P.E.I. hope to achieve at Slemon Park? Here’s what’s happening at the former site of CFB Summerside.
  • Status report: Voisey’s Bay reports in on underground operations.

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