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TORONTO, O.N. - Canada's main stock market resumed its downward trajectory Wednesday as energy stocks failed to get a lift even though crude oil prices hit nearly a nine-week high. There was a disconnect as the overall market didn't benefit...
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VICTORIA, B.C. - A spill of diluted bitumen puts the survival of young salmon at risk even if the fish end up in clean water following exposure to the oil product, says new research from the University of Guelph. Researchers...
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FORT MCMURRAY, A.B. – Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says the challenges facing the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion shows her province can do everything by the book and still get shortchanged. Notley says the recent Federal Court of Appeal decision quashing...
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CALGARY, A.B. - AltaGas Ltd. says it has signed deals to sell about $560 million worth of natural gas midstream assets and power generating assets to two buyers. Birch Hill Equity Partners Management Inc. has agreed to pay $165 million...
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VANCOUVER, B.C. - Some First Nations and Metis communities are determined to purchase an equity stake in the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion despite a court ruling that halted construction and potentially set the project back for years. The Federal Court...
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OTTAWA, O.N. – The future of resource development across Canada depends on the federal government responding correctly to a court ruling that has stalled the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, Justin Trudeau said Friday. The government's response is about more than...
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OTTAWA, O.N. – Opposition New Democrats say the federal government needs to better define what it means to truly consider the wishes of Indigenous communities before it launches into any new consultations over the stalled Trans Mountain pipeline project. NDP...
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CALGARY, A.B. – Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says the federal government has promised a revised timeline within weeks to resume construction on the stalled Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. Notley says she is satisfied Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is committed...
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TORONTO, O.N. – Walmart Canada is buying more Tesla semi trucks as it aims to reduce its carbon footprint by having its entire fleet powered by alternative energy by 2028. The Canadian subsidiary of the U.S.-based retail giant says it...
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NEW YORK, N.Y. – The head of Suncor Energy Inc. says Canada's largest oil and gas producer won't move ahead with additional crude production expansions until there's physical progress on getting pipelines approved. Chief executive Steve Williams told a Barclays...
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EDMONTON, A.B. – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is pouring cold water on Alberta's suggestion that the federal government use legislation or a court appeal to get construction started quickly on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. In an interview on Edmonton...
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CALGARY, A.B. – New research suggests Canadian oil is among the world's most carbon-heavy, but Canada's industry also has rules that could make a big dent in global greenhouse gas emissions if they were adopted worldwide. Joule Bergerson of the...
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OTTAWA, O.N. - Justin Trudeau says his government remains committed to getting the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion built and also to its national climate-change plan - both of which were put in jeopardy by a court ruling that overturned...
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CALGARY, A.B. - Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. says it has signed a deal to buy the Joslyn oilsands project from Total SA and its partners for $225 million. Under the deal, Canadian Natural will pay $100 million in cash on...
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CALGARY, A.B. - The Federal Court of Appeal's ruling that consultations for the Trans Mountain project were inadequate has raised concerns from the resources industry about added uncertainty around the duty to consult Indigenous communities, though experts say the...
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EDMONTON, A.B. - Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says she's pulling the province out of the federal climate change plan. The move comes after the Federal Court of Appeal quashed the approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, which would have...
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OTTAWA, O.N. - On Wednesday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau painstakingly explained to students in Kapuskasing, Ont., how the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project is a central pillar of his government's agenda. Less than 24 hours later, the Federal Court of...
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Here are some key dates in the history of the Trans Mountain pipeline and Kinder Morgan Canada's efforts to expand its capacity: October 1953: The Trans Mountain pipeline begins shipping oil with an initial capacity of 150,000 barrels per day....
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