Too rushed, including a week-long window for Indigenous groups and others to apply to participate.
Officials were to meet with engineers Thursday to discuss options for a new treatment plant.
First of four automated stations will record and share data on temperature, rainfall, humidity, air pressure and wind.
Both are calling on the Atomic Energy Agency to investigate waste management practices.
Sioux tribal members have been protesting the 2,000-kilometre Dakota Access oil pipeline project.
TORONTO — Premier Kathleen Wynne insists she’s “deadly serious” about wanting to clean up the mercury contamination that has plagued the Grassy Narrows First Nation for decades, but doesn’t want to make the situation worse. Two Ontario cabinet ministers travelled…
Province declines to reveal which groups have had their appeals of the Alton Natural Gas storage facility project denied.
Provincial funding to aid employment as Prince Rupert LNG plant developed.
Suit alleges Catalyst mill is trespassing on Halalt First Nation’s water and land rights.
Protesters call for temporary suspension of land-clearing, construction and federal approvals.
Several groups with outstanding legal challenges against the megaproject.
The federal government botched a land purchase in 1950, failing to secure rights to underground oil and gas reserves.
Wants approval of $7 billion project upheld by Federal Court of Appeal.
Study says it would give resource companies certainty, assures long-term benefits.
Hundreds of municipalities oppose it, worried about health effects and environment.