Don’t expect to see a balance sheet laying out the specific path to 524 million tonnes of greenhouse gases.
Interim emission reductions are aligned with new federal regulations.
Energy producer will resume Christina Lake expansion.
Forecast suggests modest real GDP growth of about 2.2% in 2017.
Expects to apply to the National Energy Board for approval in Q3 next year.
Costs won’t be a separate line item on energy bills because they’re considered a cost of doing business.
The stations join AddEnergie Technologies’s 2,500 already installed along its FLO Canadian charging network.
Increases of about $5 a month will be buried in the “delivery” line on natural gas bills.
15% expect some growth and about half predict stability, according to Hays Canada survey.
Households will pay an average of $156 next year in added costs on gasoline and natural gas.
Trudeau sits down next week with provincial and territorial premiers to complete a pan-Canadian climate strategy.
Pipeline approvals will add almost a million additional barrels of oil per day to export capacity.
Will extend range on operating on routes that have no overhead or catenary wiring.
Liberals say they want to be “technology agnostic” when they sign contracts for new electricity.
Province will pay three power producers $97 million a year until 2030 to compensate them for moving to cleaner energy.