PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT: Sewer and Water Line Warranty Service

Posted: November 01, 2017
Tagged As: LAS Programming, Municipal Infrastructure, Sewer & Water Line Warranty

Homeowners insurance can safeguard a house from theft, fire, and even natural disasters.  But insurance generally only covers the physical structure of the home and the contents inside of it.  What about the underground infrastructure that connects the home to municipal water and sewer lines?  Discover how LAS' Sewer & Water Line Warranty Service can save your residents thousands should these critical lines fail.

What are Telematics & How Can My Municipality Make Use of Them?

Posted: November 08, 2017
Tagged As: Electric Vehicles, Fleet Management, GHG Emissions, Technology

Telematics are becoming a more important part of municipal fleet management.  But what exactly are telematics, and how can telematics help your municipality operate its fleet more efficiently?

Capital vs Full Life Cycle Costing

Posted: November 15, 2017
Tagged As: Asset Management, Public Procurement, Training

Procurement practices are as wide and varied as the municipalities that follow them.  A number of internal and external factors can affect purchasing decisions, but is one way really better than another?  Discover the difference in two procurement practices at opposite ends of the spectrum, as we explore capital and life cycle costing.

Managing the Risks of Tobogganing

Posted: November 22, 2017
Tagged As: Risk Management

Winter is upon us, and tobogganing is an activity that many Canadian children look forward to every winter. To make sure you protect riders, and yourself, we’ve put together some simple guidelines to prevent accidents and injuries on municipal hills.


What the Long-Term Energy Plan Means for Your Municipality

Posted: November 29, 2017
Tagged As: Electric Vehicles, Electricity, Energy, Energy Bills, Energy Planning

In late October, the Ministry of Energy released the 2017 Long-Term Energy Plan (LTEP) titled Delivering Fairness and Choice.  Discover how it will affect your municipality, and what choices it may have in the near future as our electricity grid continues to modernize.