oil and gas
Financial assistance will be distributed to partners on the frontlines supporting communities addressing the health crisis.
The company is applying for a five-year extension to its environmental certificate which expires in October.
The recent oil price crash has distracted attention from the controversial Coastal GasLink pipeline project.
The turmoil is already affecting Canadian companies and consumers.
The government introduced a bill that proposes stiffer penalties for anyone who tries to shut down critical economic infrastructure, including railways
He announced that the Woodland Cree First Nation in northwest Alberta will receive a $187,688 grant to intervene in support of Alberta’s constitutional challenge of Bill C-69
Hereditary chiefs have communicated their terms to Carolyn Bennett, the minister responsible for Crown-Indigenous relations.
CN says 31 cars came off the tracks near Emo, Ont, most carrying crude and at least two were leaking.
A Nanos survey shows respondents are increasingly uncomfortable spending public money to continue the project.
The Tsleil-Waututh and Squamish First Nations may still seek leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada
Unifor says the accused are Local 594 members who were on a peaceful picket line at one of the refinery gates.
The Michigan-based company will add a process furnace to increase annual capacity by about 130,000 tonnes.
Four BC First Nations filed challenges after the federal government approved the project a second time last June.
After spending declines in four of the past five years, about 6% more will be invested in the Canadian upstream sector this year compared with 2019
Committee called for three major resource projects in BC to be halted until free, prior and informed consent of all affected Indigenous groups was granted.