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Smart Cities Dive • October 9, 2020

Hyundai, UNDP launch 'for Tomorrow' campaign to support sustainable cities

Hyundai Motor Company and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) this week launched the 'for Tomorrow' platform, an online initiative to crowdsource grassroot innovations and solutions that advance the UN's 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

La Presse • October 6, 2020

From Greta to carbon neutrality

A year ago, CAE President and CEO Marc Parent was among those stuck in traffic jams due to a major climate protest that included Greta Thunberg. Today, the company he runs announces that it is now carbon neutral.

CTV News • September 28, 2020

"We are specialists": Why one Ontario dentist supports COVID-19 testing in dental clinics

Patients coming in to see their dentist or hygienist should be able to get a COVID-19 test, says one Ontario dentist. Dr. George Christodoulou, co-CEO at Altima Healthcare Canada, says that could reduce lines at assessment centers and preserve personal protective equipment as the province and country heads into a second wave.

Campaign • September 22, 2020

Hyundai Motor, UNDP sign sustainability pact

Hyundai Motor and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) will ally to accelerate progress towards the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Under a new agreement, Hyundai and UNDP will collaborate to create For Tomorrow, an initiative they claim will catalyze progress towards these goals.

La Presse • September 19, 2020

A coalition is mobilizing for a greener economic recovery

The group of environmentalists and citizens, led by the David Suzuki Foundation, seeks to demonstrate that investing in a green recovery is good for the economy.

Métro • September 16, 2020

Preventing a second wave in vulnerable communities

Led by psychiatrist Cécile Rousseau, the CoVivre project is based on research data to intervene on multiple aspects of these communities. Initiatives that meet specific needs are planned with the help of community organizations.

Le Quotidien • September 11, 2020

Consulting with a dentist online

With the implementation of the Dentist Online platform, it is now possible to speak to a dentist online in five minutes for about $ 40 in Quebec. Launched in April, the platform brings together 215 professionals across the country, including 64 French-speaking dentists.

Le Journal de Montréal • September 10, 2020

Ivanhoé Cambridge believes that the works in the city center will be of benefit

Nathalie Palladitcheff, CEO of Ivanhoé Cambridge, one of Montreal's largest real estate brokers, is not worried about the abundance of construction sites currently paralyzing several arteries in the city's downtown core.

Global News • August 26, 2020

How dentistry has evolved in the age of COVID-19

Dentists have been forced to dramatically change the way they do business to keep themselves and their patients safe from COVID-19. Dentist Barry Dolman joins Global’s Laura Casella.

Radio Canada International • August 14, 2020

Closed public spaces: how to better ventilate and reduce the transmission of the coronavirus

Science has discovered an avenue concerning the potential for transmission of COVID-19 through particles of the virus suspended in the air, which underscores the importance of better ventilation of closed public places to better protect the health of those who frequent them.