Key Constitutional question is whether BC’s authority to protect its own environment can include interfering in a federal project.
Hoping for some flexibility, especially after poor Liberal election results on the Prairies last fall.
Global warming, extinction of animal species ahead of risks such as cyberattacks, recession and nuclear proliferation.
Health care and safety issues, such as gun control, are also spending plan themes.
Parent company is discussing the mill’s “hibernation plan” with the Nova Scotia government, after committing to stay in the province for the long term.
CALGARY — Oil sands producer Cenovus Energy Inc. will aim to achieve “net zero” greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, joining a recent cavalcade of oil companies trumpeting their environmental aspirations. The Calgary-based firm also announced it intends to reduce its…
Germanwatch’s Climate Risk Index lists Canada ninth among the countries most affected by climate change in 2018.
Northern Pulp denied permission for proposed facility and pipeline to pump treated effluent into the Northumberland Strait.
After three days of submissions, court said it would issue a ruling as soon as it’s able.
Trudeau promised during the election campaign to spend $3 billion on land and water conservation projects between now and 2030.
Ottawa argues that authorization for the tax comes under the Constitution’s peace, order and good government clause.
In Ontario, EV sales dropped to below 1% after the cancellation of the provincial rebate.
Cloud computing, data centres, artificial intelligence and cryptocurrencies consume large amounts of electricity.
City of Hamilton kept a 24-billion litres wastewater spill into Chedoke Creek between 2014 and 2018 a secret from the public.
Problem mirrors that of the oceans: small organisms mistake microplastics for plankton, and work their way up the food chain.