Our computer programs are constantly searching for new information about laws, regulations, the Environment Registry and other sources of information.
When a new piece of information is detected, our algorithms organize the data and format it. The data is then checked for keywords that subscribers have asked us to monitor.
Our software service will highlight the most relevant information for government affairs, and provide you with links to further information for you to follow-up on.
If a subscriber's phrase is found, or the data fits another alert that someone has created (such as watching for any new bill), an email is created and sent to that user.
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The Bill enacts the Ontario's Wood First Act, 2012 to provide that specified provincially funded buildings must be constructed using wood as the primary building material. It also provides the Minister with various powers to promote the use of wood in the construction of buildings.
The Bill also amends the Building Code Act, 1992 to provide that the building code shall allow a building that is six storeys or less in building height to be of wood frame construction. This does not prevent the code from imposing requirements on or prohibiting specified classes of wood frame buildings.
An Act to enact the Ontario's Wood First Act, 2012 and to amend the Building Code Act, 1992 with respect to wood frame buildings
Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, enacts as follows: ... [Bill text shown in actual email, removed here for the purpose of this example]
This proposal is for a new Environmental Compliance Approval (Industrial Sewage) for a proposed treatment facility for industrial carrot wash water that will be capable of treating up to 200 cubic meters per day.
The proposed treatment system includes a three (3) staged lagoon system with mechanical aeration, tertiary sand filtration, pH adjustment and an optional alum addition if required.
An effluent limit is being imposed on the effluent from the sewage treatment system.
This video will take you through the basic element of the service: email alerts. Your subscription can track as many keywords as you'd like.