Natural resources minister says the government is looking at all potential solutions to reduce carbon emissions.
Further exposed dependence on purchasing goods and technology offshore with profits from primary resource industries.
The Sky’s the Limit Challenge offers $5 million prize in federal government competition.
Investments will be made over five years; Trudeau claims at least 5,000 jobs to come.
Provincial estimates report Alberta oil sands production dropped by about one million barrels per day in May, 700,000 bpd in June.
Where do Brad Wall’s comments on the federal carbon tax plan fall on the Canadian Press’ “baloney metre?”
Economic growth is expected to average 1.8% in the three territories between 2016 and 2020.
Canada ranks 15th out of 23 industrialized economies in terms of gender diversity on corporate boards.
Baloney Meter checks the facts behind the Natural Resource minister’s statement and pronounces a verdict.
A steep fall in revenues due to sliding resource prices could result in the province qualifying for the so-called fiscal stabilization program.
Outlook for the province’s economy not overly promising, with a number of resource projects in question.
Environment commissioner report finds the board must also do more to inform public about company compliance with pipeline approval conditions.
Prime Minister using time in Davos to sell the world on more than Canada’s natural resources.
StatsCan data shows gains in the resources sector offset declines in manufacturing, but results were still weak.
Jobless rate inches up to 7.1%.