The plan is to use river water to flush out underground salt deposits and store natural gas in the caverns.
The vessel was discovered on its side in the water Saturday morning.
Mississauga, Ont., man faces multiple drug and importation charges.
Expansion will fall under a new company called SaltWire Network.
Halifax police are investigating.
Irving Shipbuilding expects employment to swell to 2,500 workers once peak production is reached.
Last August, 24 million cubic metres of mine waste flowed into lakes and waterways after a breach of a tailings dam in central BC.
Researchers will deploy autonomous gliders, air support and acoustic devices to determine the whales’ migratory routes.
No injuries have been reported; concrete silos remain intact.
Province offered $6,100 per full-time employee if jobs at Moncton and Woodstock bakeries are maintained for three years.
Stephen McNeil says Canada Bread Co. hasn’t approached the province for financial help.
The July 16 gas leaks forced the evacuation of two neighbourhoods.
Eastward pipelines would boost struggling Atlantic economies.
Aviation firm strongly swayed by provincial incentive package.
Canada’s beleaguered shipbuilding industry is going to receive a $35-billion facelift over the next 30 years. This is welcome news for an industry that has for years faced uncertainty.