Work underway on OPG’s Calabogie clean power project
Constructed in 1917, the five-megawatt Calabogie Generating Station was extensively damaged by a tornado in 2018
Electrifying Quebec’s economy will require natural gas: MEI
Research paper contends there’s not enough hydro capacity with power being used for heating.
Ontario Energy Association calls for end to most hydro subsidies
Paper says most of the nearly $6 billion spent annually to cut electricity costs goes to customers who don’t need help.
Ontario to spend $1.6B more to stabilize hydro rates: Phillips
The provincial government said last March it would continue to subsidize hydro rates and hold any increases to the rate of inflation
Unprecedented snowstorm leads to state of emergency in Manitoba
Utility is already sourcing transmission towers from its suppliers in Ontario.
Tahltan First Nation buys into $2.5B hydro project in BC
Will purchase a 5% stake in the Northwest British Columbia Hydro Electric Facilities.
Halt Muskrat Falls flooding, address methylmercury issue: Inuit leader
The toxicant formed as vegetation rots under water turns up in wild food sources used by local Indigenous communities.
UNESCO gives Canada new deadline to preserve Wood Buffalo National Park
Canada’s largest national park under threat from hydro development and oilsands projects.
N.L. premier testifies at inquiry into controversial Muskrat Falls dam
Dwight Ball has panned the project as historic mistake.
Legault to electrify Quebec’s economy, reduce oil consumption
Will require massive investments, which could come from the government’s Green Fund and increased infrastructure spending.
Federal funds to kick start planning work on road to central Arctic tundra
The road could unlock the mineral wealth of Canada’s North.
UN committee warns Canada that BC’s Site C dam may break deals
Agreement commits Canada to prevent development on Indigenous land without adequate consultation.
I didn’t question Muskrat Falls cost estimates, former premier tells inquiry
Kathy Dunderdale asserted “risk mitigation was a theme that moved through the whole discussion of the development of Muskrat Falls.”
B.C. climate change plan aims to build economy around renewable energy
The plan will require all new buildings to be net-zero energy ready by 2032.
We can be ‘really proud’ of Muskrat Falls megaproject, former NL premier
Danny Williams championed Muskrat Falls as a form of energy independence from Quebec, before retiring from politics shortly after announcing the plan in 2010.