Manitoba, Ontario and Nova Scotia already have similar laws.
Following one-year delay, oil could be flowing in new segments of the pipeline by mid-2022.
More coal plants to open as a result but court challenges will follow.
…but they fear the pipeline expansion to BC’s coast will not be competed.
Four-week workforce development program aims to recruit, train, support and employ them in construction trades.
Kenney government aims to get the $30-million Calgary-based war room running this summer.
Enforcement plans could include an education campaign, written warnings, compliance orders and charges.
Marks a 24% reduction since 2007 from reliance on coal-fired power plants.
Experts question the economic and environmental wisdom of ending all oil imports to Canada.
Experts concerned it could send unwelcome protectionist signals to the world leading to resisting market forces.
Project involves expanding an existing hydroelectricity installation and reducing use of diesel fuel.
Includes thermal in situ oil sands production and conventional primary heavy crude oil operations next door.
Sell off based on power plants entering into the latter stages of their lives.
Will require massive investments, which could come from the government’s Green Fund and increased infrastructure spending.
Promise is in line with the Conservative party’s economic and climate strategy.