Trudeau will have to contend with challenges from conservative premiers.
The calculations put some of the Paris agreement’s goals nearly out of reach.
The plan will require all new buildings to be net-zero energy ready by 2032.
Oil sands producer will ramp up capital spending if prices improve and stabilize, and there’s clarity on market access.
About 1,000 employees will remain at six Honeywell locations in New Jersey.
Low prices raising concerns the oilpatch will have to find savings elsewhere by slashing capital spending or jobs.
Cuts to reduce a glut that increases the discount the oil fetches compared with the North American benchmark.
Encana has now become Americanized, driven south by disastrous Liberal policies.
Manufacturing and processing companies can write off the full cost of buying new equipment and machinery as soon as they put the purchases to use.
Price discounts are costing the Canadian economy as much as $80 million per day.
An estimated 250 cubic metres of oil leaked into the sea southeast of St. John’s from Husky Oil platform.
Bill 51 contains a number of reforms and amendments that will change the way mines, dams and pipelines are reviewed and approved in BC.
Corridor Resources wants to expand but the previous Liberal government imposed a moratorium in 2014 that prohibits hydraulic fracturing.
The sprawling company’s broad reach has left it vulnerable to market shifts in many industries.
Suspension comes two days after an estimated 250 cubic metres of oil leaked into the sea southeast of St. John’s.