Camrost Felcorp Inc., the developer of the award-winning Exchange District mixed-use new community in downtown Mississauga today announced that the drilling of 186 geothermal boreholes, which will provide an alternative energy source to two of the four towers in the development, have now been completed making way for the commencement of shoring and excavation. The project will bring off-grid energy to the rental tenants in the development's purpose-built rental tower, as well as guests of the planned boutique hotel structure, and, the 650 suites in the 66-
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The impacts of climate change are felt across the North, and Indigenous communities are taking action to secure a resilient and low-emissions energy future. The Government of Canada is investing in community-led clean energy projects with remote Indigenous communities that are transitioning away from diesel while advancing reconciliation and self-determination.