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EDMONTON, A.B. -  Environmentalist David Suzuki says humans have become a ``tectonic force'' altering the planet because of their sheer numbers, advanced technology and consumption. Suzuki told science students graduating from the University of Alberta that they must find a...
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CALGARY, A.B. -  Canada's oilsands industry, hard hit by a price storm this year, could be sailing straight into a pricing typhoon stirred up by new fuel standards for the international shipping industry. The tighter pollution rules by the International...
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VANCOUVER, B.C. - It sounds like spinning straw into gold: suck carbon dioxide from the air where it's contributing to climate change and turn it into fuel for cars, trucks and jets. A British Columbia company says in newly published...
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CALGARY, A.B. - The CEO of Suncor Energy Inc. says it will continue to avoid spending on large growth projects in Canada despite the federal government's move last week to purchase the Trans Mountain pipeline system and its stalled...
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CALGARY, A.B. — The CEO of Suncor Energy Inc. says it will continue to avoid spending on large growth projects in Canada despite the federal government's move last week to purchase the Trans Mountain pipeline system and its stalled...
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ROSEDALE, B.C. - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau linked Indigenous reconciliation and the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline today as he met with a group in British Columbia that monitors construction of the project. Trudeau told the Indigenous Advisory and...
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ROSEDALE, B.C. - The prime minister is expected to meet with Indigenous leaders in British Columbia today, including a First Nations chief who has been a vocal supporter of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Justin Trudeau will be in the...
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CALGARY, A.B. - Opposition politicians hit the Liberal government with pointed questions Monday over news that two Kinder Morgan Canada executives will each be given $1.5-million bonuses to ensure they stay on as its Trans Mountain pipeline system is...
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CALGARY, A.B. — Kinder Morgan Canada is paying bonuses of $1.5 million to two senior executives to ensure they stay with the company as its Trans Mountain pipeline system is sold to the federal government in a $4.5-billion sales...
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VANCOUVER, B.C. — A B.C. Supreme Court judge has expanded an injunction aimed at preventing protesters from blocking two Trans Mountain pipeline work sites in Burnaby. Justice Kenneth Affleck says protesters thwarted an existing injunction and frustrated police efforts to...
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VANCOUVER, B.C. - Lawyers for Trans Mountain will be back in court today in Vancouver to ask a judge to amend an injunction order limiting people from protesting within five metres of two work sites in Burnaby. B.C. Supreme Court...
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CALGARY, A.B. - Oil and gas producer ConocoPhillips Canada is being fined $180,000 for a 2016 pipeline leak that spilled a light petroleum liquid in a remote area of northwestern Alberta. The Alberta Energy Regulator says the leak of 380,000...
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KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Malaysian state-owned energy company Petronas says one of its wholly-owned entities has signed an agreement for an equity position in the LNG Canada project in Kitimat, B.C. Petronas, which did not divulge the investment amount in...
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OTTAWA, O.N. — The federal Conservatives say if the Liberals are willing to put up billions of dollars to save the Trans Mountain pipeline to the West Coast, they should be willing to provide the same level of certainty...
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CALGARY, A.B. — Analysts at CIBC have cut their target share price for Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. and say its future is cloudy in the wake of its deal to sell its biggest current and growth asset - the...
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VANCOUVER, B.C. - Outrage over the federal government's announcement about buying the Trans Mountain pipeline to ensure it gets built could fuel unprecedented protests, says a prominent environmentalist who was at the forefront of British Columbia's so-called War in...
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CALGARY, A.B. — Canada's energy industry welcomed news Tuesday that the Trans Mountain expansion pipeline is more likely to be built, but expressed grave misgivings over Ottawa's decision to buy both the expansion and the existing line for $4.5...
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FORT NELSON, B.C. — A leaked audit that revealed energy companies in northeastern British Columbia routinely ignoring rules for development on caribou habitat is no surprise to a local Indigenous group. “We have concerns about how the (B.C. Oil and Gas...
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