Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc said the federal government is focusing on areas where it can act quickly to remove regulatory hurdles.
The province has already started talks with a third party to buy enough rail cars and locomotives to put two more oil trains a day on the tracks.
Advocates of mobile virtual network operators argue that they could provide a lower-cost alternative to Canadians but Canadian regulations tend to favour network operators that own their facilities.
The Liberals insist they are taking an appropriate amount of time finding replacements.
Rotating strikes will resume Tuesday at different locations across the country.
The firm transfers bulk commodities such as coal and petroleum coke from rail cars to ocean-going vessels.
Government will return 90% of all the money it collects from a carbon price directly to the Canadians who pay it.
Oil firm sold its Trans Mountain assets to Ottawa for $4.5 billion in a deal that closed Aug. 31.
Regulations, which will take effect at the end of the year, bar the import, sale or use of processed asbestos fibres and products containing them.
Employers and labour groups divided on the issue of drug testing.
Peter Boehm will represent Ontario and Paula Simons and Patti LaBoucane-Benson fill vacant seats in Alberta.
$40-billion joint venture that includes a gas liquefaction plant in Kitimat.
Ottawa taking steps to phase out certain types of tank cars following the deadly train derailment and explosions in Lac-Megantic, Que.
Feds want to have the pipeline’s fate decided within the next six to eight months.
Feds faced with big labour challenges, dealing with increasing automation and gig economy.