Trudeau delivers another blow to energy, mining sectors
Plan requiring projects to describe how they will achieve net-zero emissions may not even be feasible.
Skills Ontario gets $5M from province to promote skilled trades
Gives youth access to fulfilling, meaningful, well-paid jobs while helping industries meet skills needs.
Prodded by US, Mexico aims to restart industrial plants
Mexican health officials on May 12 reported its largest single-day jump in COVID-19 case numbers
Trudeau calls for climate input from industry, citizens, Indigenous groups
Government will launch a formal initiative on how Canada will get to the goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
China plans new coal plants, trims support for clean energy
Investment in China’s renewable energy dropped almost 40% in the first half of 2019.
Alberta climate plan for industry retains key parts of old legislation
$30 a tonne for emissions over benchmark or collect credits if beneath.
Oilpatch reaction muted after minority Liberal election win
Reaction suggests the widely predicted election outcome was baked into heavily discounted energy stock prices.
Work stress: How to relieve the pressure on employees
Left unchecked it will impact workers and the bottom line.
Big Ontario emitters may pay for pollution if standards exceeded
Critics say proposed system similar to carbon tax Ford government is opposing.
Oil and gas is the backbone of the Canadian economy
It has contributed some $117 billion to Canada’s GDP last year.
Beware of foreign espionage threat to your networks: security agencies
RCMP workshops highlighted “supply chain vulnerability” – a back-door tactic to infiltrate systems.
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Statistics Canada reports GDP up 0.1% in August boosted by oil and gas subsector
Helping drive the growth was the mining, quarrying and oil and gas extraction sector which rose 0.9 per cent.
Citing competitiveness pressures, feds ease carbon tax thresholds
Any plan has to be done looking at the environment and the economy together: McKenna.
Manitoba moves a step closer to carbon price for large emitters
Government eyeing $25 per tonne on industrial facilities with annual emissions of at least 50,000 tonnes of CO2 equivalent.