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Environment

News
February 9, 2018  

Energy: Ottawa’s new rules create more uncertainty

Montreal – The new review process for industrial projects

News
February 9, 2018  

Air Liquide opens a unique CO2 Recovery Plant in Johnstown, ON

Montreal – Air Liquide Canada, a subsidiary of the

News
January 31, 2018  

Germany probes Bosch workers in US over diesel emissions

Frankfurt – Prosecutors in the German city of Stuttgart

News
January 26, 2018  

Different kind of tweet: Study says oilpatch causes sparrows to sing a new song

A study by a University of Manitoba researcher suggests

News
January 22, 2018  

Mining company fined for dumping waste in B.C. river system

The federal Environment Ministry says in a news release

News
January 12, 2018  

Nova Scotia fracking ban to remain despite gas potential, premier says

Halifax – Despite an analysis that highlights the potential

News
January 2, 2018  

Deep freeze offers only cold comfort for natural gas producing firms

Calgary – The cold snap that continues to blanket

News
January 2, 2018  

Alberta carbon tax jumps, but NDP says it’s connected to improving economy

Edmonton – Alberta’s carbon tax jumped on New Year’s

News
December 15, 2017  

US world’s biggest supplier of heavy oil refining byproduct

  New Delhi – U.S. oil refineries that are

News
December 5, 2017  

Alberta sets aside $1.4 billion for industry to reduce carbon emissions

Calgary – Alberta is setting aside close to $1.4

News
November 28, 2017  

Lafarge Canada says new emissions systems in place for N.S. tire burning project

Brookfield, N.S. – As it awaits industrial approval from

News
November 26, 2017  

Cascades launches a transportation electrification program for its employees

Saint Hyacinthe, QC – Cascades launched a pilot transportation

News
November 24, 2017  

Alberta Premier Rachel Notley’s pro pipeline tour well received in Calgary

Calgary – Alberta Premier Rachel Notley took her pro-pipeline

News
November 15, 2017  

Ambitious Canadian coal plan vulnerable to provincial ‘slippage,’ critics say

Canada’s drive to shut down all of its coal-fired

News
November 6, 2017  

Syncrude faces federal charges over 2015 heron deaths

Fort McMurray, Alta. – One of the country’s largest

News
November 1, 2017  

Methane plan can cut emissions significantly by 2025, CAPP

The Government of Alberta has committed to reduce methane

News
October 18, 2017  

Alberta methane releases underestimated

Edmonton – New research suggests industry and government are

News
October 18, 2017  

EU air safety body urges halt on use of Kobe Steel products

Tokyo – The European Aviation Safety Agency has recommended

News
October 16, 2017  

New spill rules tag transport companies with response, recovery costs in B.C.

Victoria – British Columbia has introduced pollution prevention regulations

News
September 21, 2017  

Oilsands miner reports 123 birds killed in tailings pond incident

Calgary – The Alberta Energy Regulator says it is