Trudeau apologizes for not recusing himself from WE decision
Mother was paid $250,000 for 28 speaking appearances at WE-related events between 2016 and 2020.
Canada way ahead of US on Human Freedom Index
Global think tanks rank us sixth, the US 20th and Hong Kong first.
NW BC governments want a share of energy cash
Twenty-one municipalities form an alliance to get infrastructure money.
NB premier blames Ottawa for unemployment rate
Rate has jumped from 9.6% in May to 11% in July.
Wright’s Duffy testimony interrupts election campaign
“Nigel Wright may be on the witness stand, but it’s Stephen Harper who is on trial,” says Mulcair.
F-35 might not measure up to CF-18s
US think tank says stealth fighter doesn’t meet performance standards of planes it is to replace.
NDP candidate’s oil sands comment riles Alberta
Linda McQuaig said for Canada to meet its climate change targets, “a lot of the oil sands oil may have to stay in the ground.”
Oil sands assessment of 30 dead herons underway
Alberta Energy Regulator has sent staff to to the Syncrude Canada Mildred Lake mine site.
Kinder Morgan pulls Trans Mountain ads during election
NDP candidate complained about the pipeline advertisements in local newspapers.
Leaders confound expectations in first debate
Harper, Mulcair and Trudeau avoid playing to perceived weaknesses.
Raw sewage released into Lake Ontario?
Toronto told to tell public when it happens as a result of heavy rains; MoE looking at issue province-wide.
Wall says equalization too rich for hydro provinces
Saskatchewan premier wants half the money diverted to infrastructure.
Federal leaders set to face off in debate tonight
Maclean’s event to focus on economy plus energy, environment, democracy security.
Energy East pipeline will cost more than $12B
TransCanada says increase is due to adjusting the route following feedback.
Governments add $100M to Toyota Ont. expansion
Announcement moved up to precede expected election call.
TransAlta plans outages review after AUC ruling
Alberta Utilities Commission said the utility deliberately triggered outages at power plants to raise electricity rates.
University of Manitoba gets $2.3M for innovation
Funding goes to an innovation consortium and marine energy testing.
TPP deal signed before election campaign kickoff?
Harper government hopes so to avoid political sensitivities.
Utility watchdog welcomes AUC decision on TransAlta
Chandler calls it a huge win for Albertans who deserve to benefit from a fair, efficient, openly competitive market.
Temp Pan Am HOV lanes could become toll lanes
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne vague but committed to “hot” provincial lanes to fund transportation infrastructure.
Belgium eases business cost with $7.7B tax shift
Offset will come from taxes on energy, alcohol and tobacco.
NS and BC partner on tidal energy
MOU says provinces will share research and related technology.
BC to pass 25-year LNG law, but industry wants more
LNG companies want lower taxes, and are concerned about labour availability.
Trudeau to bolster National Energy Board reviews
Would include more consultation with aboriginal groups and increased analysis of greenhouse gas emissions.
Two big emitters welcome Alberta’s stronger carbon rules
Shell Canada, Capital Power say more green energy investment likely to result.
Exporters more confident about global business [INFOGRAPHIC]
EDC’s trade confidence index for next six months tops 10-year peak at 45%
Ottawa denies report TPP threatens supply management
Dairy and poultry farmers want Harper government to resist making concessions.
Ont. public sector employment outpaces private
Fraser Institute study warns the crowding out effect is a concern.
BC politicians to be recalled LNG law debate
Legislation is to pave the way for a proposed $36B plant near Prince Rupert.
EPA outlines consequences of climate inaction
Report says action now on climate could save billions in avoided costs and save thousands of lives.
Trudeau blames Harper for fumbling US relationship
Says he has less influence in Washington because of hyper-partsanship.
NB cancels plow contract with Quebec company
Review to come following criticism from Opposition and a Hartland manufacturer.