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November 13, 2020  

45,000 L of oil spilled at Churchill Falls hydroelectric station in Labrador

From a transformer on Oct. 29 after a mechanical failure and a fire, cleanup ongoing.

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April 11, 2018  

Muskrat Falls report recommends soil removal from megaproject’s reservoir

Initiatives aimed at limiting a spike of methylmercury in wild food sources, such as fish and seals.

News Energy Government Manufacturing General
September 11, 2017  

Cheaper to cancel Site C dam than delay BC megaproject until 2025: report

Deloitte report says it would cost $1.4 billion to postpone, cancelling it outright would cost $1.2 billion.

News Energy Manufacturing General Sustainability
September 9, 2015  

Clean hydro power poses methylmercury threat

Study says high levels in Arctic marine life have been traced to global warming.

News Energy Business Operations Operations Sustainability
December 17, 2013  

NWT three-year power plan reduces costs, shifts to renewables

The government will spend about $31 million over the next three years, including investments in hydroelectricity and wind power.

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October 29, 2013  

No deadlines looming for Maritime Link decision

Nova Scotia’s new energy minister says the Utility and Review Board can establish an appropriate time frame.

News Sustainability
January 5, 2012  

LNG power plant threatens BC’s emissions targets

At least one of the BC government’s three proposed liquefied natural gas plants in Kitimat is to be powered with greenhouse gas-emitting natural gas.