Enhancing Canada’s competitiveness and well-being
Canadian-based standards expert Zillay Nawab discusses the importance of water reuse
Zillay Nawab, a Canadian-based standards expert, discusses the importance of water reuse projects and how they can benefit people in developing countries.
Getting on the Same Page When It Comes to Date and Time
In 1988, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) launched ISO 8601 to provide a standardized way to represent dates using numbers. Thirty years later, listing the date as the year/month/day has become the accepted standard in countries around the world.
ISO/IEC 17025 has been revised. Learn what it means for Canadian laboratories.
ISO/IEC 17025, general requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories, has been improved and the new version of ISO/IEC 17025 will be adopted and used by laboratories across Canada.
Report looks at Canadian practices and challenges for integrating climate information into infrastructure design.
A new report documents current practices and use of climate information and how it can be integrated into future infrastructure design decisions to make us more climate resilient.