Sitting is The New Smoking

We sit. A lot. We sit at work; we sit to watch TV or when we’re scrolling on our phones; we sit during our daily commutes or long drives to the field; and we sit when we’re visiting with friends and family. In fact, it is estimated that Canadians spend more than half of the…

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Finding Peace Through Walking Meditation – Backcountry Style

When we think of safety, we quickly focus on physical safety; however, it also includes our mental health. In 2019, I was going through one of those monumental shifts in life; I was working in the Bow Valley but was in Drumheller one weekend visiting my folks. While on the back porch chatting with my…

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How Safe Are You At Home?

We talk a lot about safety at work but not how this relates to safety at home. We frequently hear about fire safety, having an evacuation plan, and other emergency planning, but what happens with the everyday hazards that we face in and around our homes and personal life? Workplaces have a low risk tolerance;…

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Trace Website Accessibility Icon

Have you noticed the new accessibility icon on our website? Our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Team is currently working on our Accessibility Policy and accessibility initiatives. They’ve been providing recommendations on ways to ensure everyone can easily access our resources, including our website. For folks with vision and reading disabilities, it can be a…

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St. Albert Business Community Business Nominees

Trace Associates Inc. (Trace) invests in our communities and is a proud sponsor of the St. Albert Community Business Leadership Award. We are proud to support initiatives and programs that improve the quality of life in our communities. In 2014, Trace helped create and sponsor the Community Leadership Award for the St. Albert & District…

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People Come First At Trace

Trace was recently featured in the Business in Calgary and Edmonton October issues to celebrate our 15th anniversary. “When Darrell Haight and Rhonda Smith founded their environmental consulting firm in 2006, they wanted a meaningful name that reflected not only what they do but also who they are. They landed on “Trace” for its scientific…

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