22 February

Trans Mountain construction. Image; Kinder Morgan A last-minute appeal by Stand.Earth to the National Energy Board (NEB) to consider upstream and downstream greenhouse gas emissions associated with the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline has been dismissed, and a final report by the NEB on the project’s reconsideration will be made public Friday. The $7.4 […]

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20 February

Premier Rachel Notley speaks about the Alberta government’s oil-by-rail deal between Canadian Pacific Railway, Canadian National Railway and the Government of Alberta during a news conference in Edmonton on Tuesday. Alberta is making a costly bet on trains to help fix the province’s oil-transportation bottleneck. And like a frustrated passenger standing on the platform, it’s […]

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20 February

Pro-pipeline supporters arrived in a convoy from Alberta and other parts of the country for the second day to protest against the Liberal government on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Wednesday Feb 20, 2019. Errol McGihon/Postmedia The evolving SNC-Lavalin scandal and what appears to be an ensuing cover-up have rocked political Ottawa and dominated the […]

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20 February

OTTAWA – A diminished version of the United We Roll convoy left Ottawa Wednesday afternoon, words of support from one more Conservative MP trailing behind. “Listen, we stand together united as a country,” Lethbridge MP Rachael Harder told the crowd. “This is about developing an energy industry that keeps us alive and gives us a […]

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20 February

Firefighters investigate following a house fire in the Spryfield community in Halifax on Tuesday, February 19, 2019. Dozens of people gathered outside the charred remnants of a suburban Halifax home Tuesday night to mourn the loss of seven children killed in a fast-moving fire and to show support for the injured, grieving parents left behind. […]

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16 February

MOOSOMIN, Sask. — Conservative leaders from across Canada rallied Saturday against Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Bill C-69. The premiers of Saskatchewan and New Brunswick joined Conservative leader Andrew Scheer on a panel of speakers at the event held to draw attention to legislation that would overhaul how major energy projects are reviewed. Saskatchewan Premier […]

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16 February

Construction project issues at this copper mine in Chile triggered the Canadian firm’s second profit warning on Feb. 11. Bruce After celebrating the Feb. 6 opening of Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin Inc.’s new Europe headquarters in London, CEO Neil Bruce was headed to Saudi Arabia, where his firm continues to feel the chill of last year’s diplomatic […]

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16 February

Construction project issues at this copper mine in Chile triggered the Canadian firm’s second profit warning on Feb. 11. Bruce After celebrating the Feb. 6 opening of Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin Inc.’s new Europe headquarters in London, CEO Neil Bruce was headed to Saudi Arabia, where his firm continues to feel the chill of last summer’s diplomatic […]

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14 February

Jason Kenney, leader of Alberta’s United Conservative Party. The UCP is widely expected to form the next government in the province. Canada’s oil sector may soon get a more combative advocate in the Alberta premier’s office. Voters in Canada’s top oil-producing province head to the polls in the next few months and are poised to […]

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14 February

Construction project issues at this copper mine in Chile triggered the Canadian firm’s second profit warning on Feb. 11. Bruce After celebrating the Feb. 6 opening of Montreal-based SNC-Lavalin Inc.’s new Europe headquarters in London, CEO Neil Bruce was headed to Saudi Arabia, where his firm continues to feel the chill of last summer’s diplomatic […]

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